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Information for flood donation

Information for flood donation as below...

  Ruam Jai Chuay Phai Nam Tuam (The Heartfelt Help for Flood Victims Project)
Bank: Krung Thai Bank, Nana Nua Branch
Account Number: 000-033000-0
Contributions in the form of food, supplies and goods can be made at:
- Krung Thai Bank, all branches within Bangkok and surrounding provinces
- The Post Publishing Company Limited
136 Na Ranong Road, Sunthorn Kosa, Klong Toey, Bangkok
- All Centara Hotels & Resorts throughout the country

  Prime Minister's Office
Bank: Krung Thai Bank, Government House sub-branch
Account Name: PM's Office's Relief Fund for Flood Victims
Account Number: 067-0-06895-0

The Thai Red Cross Society
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank, Thai Red Cross Society branch
Account Number: 045-3-04190-6
Fax deposite slip to: 02-250-0120

Rajaprajanugroh Foundation
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank, Palace's Office sub-branch (Sanam Sua Pa)
Account Name: Rajaprachanugrah Foundation
Account Number: 401-636319-9

Bank: TMB Bank
Account Name: Rajaprachanugroh Foundation, Sanam Sua Pa branch
Account Number: 046-2-44777-2
Fax deposit slip to: 02-281-1423

Public Health Ministry
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank
Account Name: Public Health Ministry for Flood Victims
Account Number: 340-2-11600-7
For more information, call 02-590-7104-5, 02-590-7196

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A strong stream of floodwater beside a road.

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Children relax on the flooded street.

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Locals gather in the middle of the road to play with flood water.

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An old woman rows a small boat through a flooded area to retrieve food and other supplies.

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 To move around, locals have two choices - either wade through chest-deep water or row a boat.


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