‘New Kicks for the Kids’ project is aimed at providing rural area students with new shoes for protection against accidents and ground-borne diseases and bring them joy at the same time.
EDF’s ‘New Kicks for The Kids’is targeting to purchase at least 1,000 good quality industrial standard approved school shoes (canvas) to be provided to students who can’t afford to buy shoes. The project covers students from the kindergarten to the secondary school levels in Northern and Northeastern regions’ remote rural schools.
Donations are open until 28 February 2023
Target audience: 1,000 students from kindergarten 1 to grade 9 in primary schools and educational opportunity extension schools in Northern and Northeastern regions of Thailand.
Date of delivery: The first semester of the academic year 2023 (within May 2023)
You can make a donation in any amount to support the project by scanning the QR code through the E-donation system below (please specify the amount you wish to donate). Every donation can be tax-deductible in accordance to the Thai laws. The bank will send your donation information to the Revenue Department of Thailand for tax deduction procession covering the year 2022.
For money transfer via Kasikorn Bank account, please inform email@example.com or Line: @edfthai about your donation to receive a tax deduction receipt.
For more information about the project, please contact the EDF Public Relations Department at 662-579-9209-11 (Monday-Friday from 09.00-16.30 hrs), email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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