ROTARY CLUB OF BANGKOK FOUNDATION
ROTARY CLUB OF BANGKOK
ROTARY NEW HOPE in the new normal is our crowdfunding initiative for 2020-21 with the purpose “Healthy now, Healthy always” that will
- Open Opportunities
- Bring Hope
- Support Life
for those most in need. Healthcare is a central concern for all in the Covid-era. We are making a difference, one person, one community, at a time. With your help we can do more. Will you JOIN US?
Our crowdfunding goal (to March 31, 2021)Baht 2,700,000
Our Projects can scale up to accommodate overfunding. The more we raise with your kind trust and support, the more good we shall do.
The Rotary Club of Bangkok Foundation is a tax-exempt charity in Thailand approved by the Ministry of Finance. Your donations are tax-deductible in Thailand.
OUR CHARITY PROJECTS
“Healthy now, Healthy always”
THE ROTARY DIFFERENCE
“Leadership in Service”
We bridge the connections needed to address humanitarian challenges: bringing together the people in need of our help, our partners in service, and our financial well-wishers.
90 YEARS OF SERVICE
Working together in our communities, our humanitarian work has encompassed literacy to peace building; clean water to disease prevention; vocational education to promoting high ethical standards, health to preserving the environment.
A CHARITY YOU CAN TRUST
With NO Rotary administrative costs expensed from your donations, your money goes to work in our projects. This is possible as Rotarians volunteer their own time and themselves pay a membership fee that covers their Club administrative costs. Promotional costs are mostly covered by our Rotarian and corporate sponsors.
MAKE A DONATION
CORPORATE SPONSOR B.GRIMM, WILL PARTICIPATE IN A MATCHING CONTRIBUTION FOR DONATIONS RECEIVED FROM THE PUBLIC UP TO 490,000 BAHT!
Receive our bespoke ROTARY NEW HOPE partner Tote Bag with a donation of Baht 2500 or more. Valid for mailing in Thailand only.
Picture courtesy Jon Tyson.
Our exclusive Music Video ‘A Little Love’ streamed on YouTube featuring internationally acclaimed musician and songwriter Hugo Chakrabongse.