The Charity Buzz by Mr. Klaus Moeller

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The Charity Buzz by Mr. Klaus Moeller having the full right to do the fundraising for the selling
of these pictures. Each picture has the retail price for US$ 1,000.- each, however for a donation
of US$ 500.- you can have a photo of your choice.
You may directly contact Mr. Klaus Moeller, e-mail :

All process will benefit the children under care of the Pattaya Orphanage.
Thank you very much.

Updated News


..Our guests who are loving friend Anetta Mitchell and sister-in-law Cassie Lawless of our volunteer Vanessa Lawless, for getting to know the Pattaya Orphanage and the pre-school class earlier this month, and co-sponsoring today’s dinner for the kids including many who have learned English with Khun Vanessa..


..Ms. Sunisa Chanthra and Mr. Khwanrawin Chendong, for visiting the Pattaya Orphanage for the first time and supporting our children with rice grains and drinking water..


..Ms. Phraetawan Ritthikhup, for celebrating her birthday annually at the Pattaya Orphanage.. Once again this year, she brings along her family to visit and support our children with loving hugs, education fund, and a special meal.. Wishing our Birthday Girl and her loved ones another healthy and fulfilling year..


..Ms. Supharat Sarakham from Rayong, for paying another visit to the Pattaya Orphanage, this time with friends on the long weekend, interacting with our toddlers, sponsoring a lovely dinner for the older ones, providing the children with snacks, and contributing cash as well as in-kind donations in support of kids’ welfare..


..Ms. Jenjira Janthong, Ms. Surapha Yurot, Ms. Chanphen Kaewsing, and Ms. Nipha Aransawan of P.G. Service Co., Ltd., for visiting and supporting the Pattaya Orphanage with various necessities during the long weekend.. Kindly convey our grateful thanks and best wishes to your colleagues, i.e. Ms. Mallika Bangchup, Ms. Worakarn Phromma, and Mr. Sakchai Lertamnuaichok, for their contributions..


..Ms. Jesita Phongwirat and family from Si Racha, for making merit on the Buddhist Lent Day with their first visit to the Pattaya Orphanage, a lovely time with our toddlers, and the sharing of snacks and toys with the older kids..


..Ms. Ekanong Thanaphongsathon and Mr. Phutthaphum Singsakul, for visiting the Pattaya Orphanage on the occasion of Buddhist Lent 2016 and contributing various necessities including powdered milk and education fund in support of our 24/7 care for the children..


..The family and friends of Ms. Sumittra Srinawakul, for making merit on the occasion of Buddhist Lent 2016 by paying their first visit to the Pattaya Orphanage and providing our children with clothing and books..



Asanha Bucha and Lent 2016

To mark two important Buddhist holy days – Asanha Bucha and Lent – Teachers Koong and Tiew led children to Nong Or Temple in Central Pattaya during the public holiday, 19th July. The religious knowledge of children has increased through their regular practice of praying, listening to a sermon, offering of alms, and Lenten-candle making. They are proud to be part of the conservation and promotion of Buddhist tradition.


Grateful Remembrance

Members of the Pattaya Orphanage and Sotpattana School for the Deaf, in union with the Panchasap Family and Chanthaburi Diocese, led by Most Rev. Silvio Siripong Charatsri, Bishop of Chanthaburi Diocese and President of the Pattaya Orphanage’s Executive Board, remember Fr. Joseph Yutthichai Panchasap during a special Mass on the 100th day anniversary of his passing. On this occasion, we also pray for Fr. Yutthichai’s elder brother John Baptist Weerachai and his cousin Mary Phatthra who have recently passed away.. Among the co-celebrants are Bishop Emeritus Laurence Thienchai Samanchit, our former President, and 17 local priests. May the Lord grant the departed eternal rest.. Till we meet again in heaven..


Fermented Bio-extract

With interest on fermented bio-extract, the simple process of experimenting, and the availability of fresh wastes like outer skins of vegetables and fruit peels from the Pattaya Orphanage’s kitchen, children in Teacher Koong’s care learned to produce fermented bio-extract. After 7 days, they filtered the liquid from the bucket which will be used with compost in the garden..


Planting Winged Beans

Children in Teacher Koong’s care are not familiar with winged beans; therefore, they learn to grow this nutrient-rich plant with the hope to share the produce with all members of the Pattaya Orphanage.. They have sown the seeds two weeks ago and planted the sprouts in the soil today, with the hope to see the winged bean plant grow as a vine with climbing stems, flower, and the bean pods appear. Meanwhile, they would take turn to water the plants..


Healthy Kids & Dream Career

During the humanitarian mission of three dental scholars from the University of Bordeaux, France, to Sotpattana School for the Deaf, students learn about oral hygiene, the correct way to brush their teeth, and what foods are good or harmful to their teeth. The dentists also check each child’s oral health and hand toothbrushes and tubes of toothpaste to all the kids. On this occasion, the young ones get to know another interesting career – a dentist..


May All Your Wishes Come True

Members of the Pattaya Orphanage, along with acquaintances and expat volunteers, congratulated 30 celebrants at a special birthday party held at our dining hall.. Special thanks and best wishes to our child welfare director Suwanna Cheownawin, who was one of the celebrants, and sponsored the lovely feast.


Wai Khru Ceremony

Following the opening of the new academic year 2016-2017, Sotpattana School for the Deaf held Wai Khru Ceremony to let the students express their appreciation and gratitude towards their teachers.. Rev. Fr. Michael Weera Phangrak, the school manager and acting licensee, presided over the brief but meaningful ceremony at the multi-purpose hall of the Pattaya Orphanage. Pre-school orphans and their teachers, many of whom are expatriate volunteers, also observed the day together..


Fabric Roses

Handiworks help children relax after studying hard during the week.. Teacher Koong suggested making roses from fabric as a teambuilding activity. Some kids cut the material while others made petals by hand sewing. The group planned to offer the finished fabric roses as a gift on special occasion. Wonderful..

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