Thailand’s King grants 2,000 necessities and blankets to the poor in Surin

King Maha Vajiralongkorn, His Majesty The King has graciously had a privy councilor and the Raja Prachanukroh Foundation to deliver 2,000 bags of necessities and blankets to residents of three districts in Surin.

Privy Councillor Air Chief Marshall JomRungsawang represented His Majesty to hand out the blankets at a ceremony held at JomPhraPrachasan School’s meeting hall.

The blankets were given to 1,000 residents of ChomPhra district, 500 residents of Non Narai district and 500 residents of Sanom district.

Apart from the blankets, His Majesty had the Raja Prachanukroh Foundation prepare bags of necessities for needy recipients with the proceeds from the “Un Ai Rak” fair in Bangkok.

The privy councillor also read out a message of concern from the King for people affected by the cold spell in the northeastern province.

After the ceremony at the school, Jom visited two bedridden men – Ked Ngaongam, 68, and KhoonSukkrai, 70 – in Moo 12 village of ChomPhra district’s TambonJomPhra to hand out a blanket and a bag of necessities to each of them.

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