Thailand-based Blue Icon Foundation launches charity events to help 10,000 families hit hard by COVID-19 pandemic

Blue Icon Foundation has stepped up efforts to support vulnerable groups and communities suffering from the effects of the pandemic, with the aim of helping them get back on their feet.

The Thailand-based Blue Icon Foundation has launched charity events to help 10,000 families suffering from the debilitating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Blue Icon Foundation team organized their very first charity event at Sri Phuwanat Park, in the Wichit sub-district of Phuket.

“To share is to give. For Blue Icon Foundation, our main goal is to help people and communities who have been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to take a burden off them as they continue to face these obstacles, ”said Blue Icon Foundation representative Ms. Chalanda Hasook.

During the “Happy Milk” event, the Blue Icon Foundation, in cooperation with the CSR Phuket Center, distributed relief packages to vulnerable groups, including 100 families who continue to bear the brunt of the health crisis.

The founder of the Blue Icon Foundation, Mr. Franck Joseph, thanked the Prime Minister of the Phuket Red Cross and Social Development and Human Security in Phuket for supporting them in the conduct of the activity.

Mr. Franck Joseph says there is an unprecedented need for charitable assistance from the foundation. He says that while the pandemic has turned the lives of millions of people around the world upside down, it has also opened up opportunities to help those in need and support them in any way.

The Blue Icon Foundation also provided relief items to learners at Wat Thepkrasattri School in Phuket.

After more than a year of pandemic-induced closures, nearly half of the world’s learners are still severely affected by school closures. The spread of COVID-19 around the world has changed the way students access education and poses challenges for educators.

In Thailand, many students are eager to rebuild a daily learning routine while struggling to adjust to an unprecedented school year brought on by the raging crisis.

“The Blue Icon Foundation team have done everything possible to reach out to schools, so that our learners get the help they need to face the new normal in education,” says Ms. Chalanda Hasook.

Miss Chalanda Hasook says that while many people feel helpless in the face of COVID-19, they can still make a difference. People can always help and give back.

“No matter who you are or what your condition is, you can make a difference. There are many ways to give back, and it is essential to check out who might need support, “said Franck Joseph,” We will be holding charity events in Thailand this year and expanding our efforts to other countries affected from 2022, our goal is to help and support 10,000 families each year ”

Individuals can find out more about the Blue Icon Foundation and all of its efforts during this time of crisis by visiting its Instagram page for more information.

They can also contact the foundation and contact their team if they want to support vulnerable groups and communities and start making a difference today.

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