Volunteering & Campaigns

The British Women’s Group are involved with several charities and run campaigns throughout the year. Read more about these below.

Fund Raising Campaigns

PLACE OF GRACE helps very poor and impoverished people of all ages living in Mahathai slum communities and has started a food bank for emergencies.

Each month we ask for donations to be brought along to our regular Coffee Morning.
When you do your weekly shopping if you could purchase extra supplies to donate, these will be handed out to those in the community as necessary. Examples of goods to buy are Mama noodles, rice, curry sauces, tinned fish, tinned fruit and vegetables, cooking oil, fish sauce, 3in1 packet drinks, coffee, sugar, long life baby milk cartons, toiletries or anything that has a decent shelf life.

John Robinson of Place of Grace will be able to collect these items from wherever we are holding a coffee morning so please bring along your donations or contact welfare@bwgbangkok.org
Place of Grace

Volunteering Opportunities

Prison Visiting – Read our article
To chat to foreign inmates and be a link to their families back home

MERCY CENTRE        Mercy Centre
1. Mercy Center HIV/AIDS project – Involves reviewing, merging and writing documents to support project proposals for funding and sharing material with others. Majority of documents have been translated from Thai and require review to ensure accuracy of English. Ongoing or ad hoc volunteers required.

2. English teachers for Mercy Centre school – teaching conversational English to students at the school. Children range from age 6 to 16. Majority of students are Cambodian or Thai children from underprivileged families. Teachers to teach English once or twice a week. Days and duration of volunteering is dependent on the volunteers availability; the school is reliant on volunteers, there are curr