Category Archive for: Welfare

Christmas Appeal 2018

by Sue Davy

This year two charities have been selected   Gift of Happiness – Steps with Theera   Depending on funds raised, we will also make a token donation to a few smaller children’s charities as a treat for Christmas   THANK YOU   Your donation will mean so much to those who will benefit   FAR…



HDF Thank you letter

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on October 22, 2018

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  • Welfare

Dear Khun Gale & BWG Ladies I would like to take this opportunity to thank you once again for the very kind help and support that some of your ladies gave to Mind, to prepare her for her studies at UWC Norway. Special thanks go to Phyllis Duckworth, Julie Dunda, Teresa Rayfield, Jeanette Luck and…



VCCT Event Mercy Centre

by Sue Davy

Dear Khun Gale and the ladies, Thank you so much once again, for your very kind donation of 5,000 baht for our VCCT Event, held on Saturday 28th April. We used the donation money to purchase donuts and ice creams, which were greatly enjoyed during the day. The day started off with Father Joe officially…



Glad Rags and Handbags Sale June 14, 2018

by Sue Davy

    *Glad Rags and Handbags Sale* At the British Club during the Queen’s Coffee morning on Thursday 14th June All proceeds for BWG charities Please take a look in your wardrobes for new/unused clothes bags or shoes? The ones you know that you should not have bought!! They are not your colour/ size or…



THEP Thailand Hilltribe Education Projects

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on April 27, 2018

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  • News & Blog / Welfare

For over 25 years, the British Women’s Group has played a part in the lives of underprivileged hilltribe children in the north-west of Thailand through THEP (Thailand Hilltribe Education Projects). The Thai hilltribe people are basically subsistence farmers in remote areas scattered across Northern Thailand with little or no access to education. Many fled from…



First Impressions of Prison Visiting

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on February 20, 2018

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First Impressions of Prison Visiting – Compiled by Gale Bailey MBE who became a British Embassy Volunteer Visitor in August 2005 and recruited the below BWG members. Michele Savage and Justine Rea Justine and I volunteered to go on a prison visit with Gale as her usual crew were absent. Neither of us knew what…



Mercy Centre Christmas Party

by Sue Davy

  • Posted on April 2, 2017

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  • Welfare

HDF Mercy Centre Christmas Party By Michele Savage Was it a Valentine’s Day party or a Christmas party? Well whatever it was, the 60 Mercy Centre kindergarten children had a ball when the crazy ladies and gentlemen from the BWG arrived on the 14th February bearing gift bags, which were kindly donated by Bumrungrad Hospital…



Crackers Galore!

by Jane Rodgers

Only 500 Baht per box of 10 handmade crackers, all proceeds go to charity. Contact Victoria at crackers@bwgbangkok.org to place your order



Project Life – Sailom – Latest update

by Jane Rodgers

  • Posted on September 26, 2016

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  • Welfare

Dear Friends of the young people with disabilities in Pakkret, After a quiet but pleasant summer, SaiLom is ready to invite you to join our day trips until the end of the year. SaiLom supports young people, ages 15-40 years old, who live with disabilities at the large government homes, to participate more in the…



AGM 2018 Committee Vacancies

 

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The group is run by volunteers and we need people to help fill the vacancies to keep BWG running smoothly.

VACANCIES

Advertising Co-ordinator 2
Coffee Lady – 2
Lunch Ladies-1
Raffle Lady – 2

If you would like any more information about any of the above please contact Ailsa Kneath
(chairman@bwgbangkok.org)

Raffle Prize Requests

 Are you going on your holidays or moving on?
basketIf you are moving onto pastures new and want to get rid of any unopened bottles /gifts, the raffle department would be most grateful and delighted to help you out.

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