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“MIM-29 Pay It Forward” Graduation Charity Campaign
24/11/2017
“MIM-29 Pay It Forward” Graduation Charity Campaign
One of the traditions at the MIM Program is giving back. "MIM-29 Pay It Forward" is a graduation charity campaign by MIM students batch 29; by turning flowers and gifts for the newly graduates to donation money for the management and operations of 09D Sufficient Center (ศูนย์เรียนรู้เศรษฐกิจพอเพียง ๙ ดี) in Lam Plai-mard district, Burirum province.  This Center is aimed to help farmers in the community to develop their organic agricultural systems, to introduce mixed contemporary farming, as well as to educate younger generation of the farmers in all respects needed for continuing sustainable living in their community.
The Graduation Ceremony for all Thammasat's newly graduates held on December 1-2, 2017 maybe the happiest and most looking-forward-to moment for many people.  For MIM-29, they feel the same too, but still, there are more to those feelings!  It should be much, much more meaningful if they can turn congratulating flowers and all sorts of gifts into a form of donation that can benefit lives of those who really need them.  As a result, instead of showering them with flowers or gifts, MIM-29 graduates would like to turn those tokens into donation money for the benefits of 09D Sufficient Center.
We hope this little help can be a stepping stone for them.  So, let's transform the Commencement Day's gifts into the gifts of 'better lives' for the less fortunate!
Donation can be made directly to any MIM-29 on the Dress Rehearsal Day: November 26, 2017.  Anyone who will not be on campus by then can make your donation by transferring money to Kasikornbank, Big C Onnuch Branch, a/c no 895-2-09265-1, account name: Wongsatorn Udommana; or by Promptpay 084-446-2551 Wongsatorn Chavalvechakul.
One of the traditions at the MIM Program is giving back. "MIM-29 Pay It Forward" is a graduation charity campaign by MIM students batch 29; by turning flowers and gifts for the newly graduates to donation money for the management and operations of 09D Sufficient Center (ศูนย์เรียนรู้เศรษฐกิจพอเพียง ๙ ดี) in Lam Plai-mard district, Burirum province.  This Center is aimed to help farmers in the community to develop their organic agricultural systems, to introduce mixed contemporary farming, as well as to educate younger generation of the farmers in all respects needed for continuing sustainable living in their community.
 

The Graduation Ceremony for all Thammasat's newly graduates held on December 1-2, 2017 maybe the happiest and most looking-forward-to moment for many people.  For MIM-29, they feel the same too, but still, there are more to those feelings!  It should be much, much more meaningful if they can turn congratulating flowers and all sorts of gifts into a form of donation that can benefit lives of those who really need them.  As a result, instead of showering them with flowers or gifts, MIM-29 graduates would like to turn those tokens into donation money for the benefits of 09D Sufficient Center.
 

We hope this little help can be a stepping stone for them.  So, let's transform the Commencement Day's gifts into the gifts of 'better lives' for the less fortunate!
 

Donation can be made directly to any MIM-29 on the Dress Rehearsal Day: November 26, 2017.  Anyone who will not be on campus by then can make your donation by transferring money to Kasikornbank, Big C Onnuch Branch, a/c no 895-2-09265-1, account name: Wongsatorn Udommana; or by Promptpay 084-446-2551 Wongsatorn Chavalvechakul.

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