This year, the Thai Leisure Group – the people behind Thaikhun and Chaophraya restaurants – are trying to raise £50,000 for Thai Children’s Trust, a charity which supports orphans, refugee children, street kids, children with disabilities, and vulnerable women in Thailand.
On Mother’s Day, they donated £1 for every visitor to their restaurants and raised £4,463.
More fund raising activities are scheduled to help them reach their target. Why not get involved?
From the 1st April to the end of the year, they will be donating 5p to Thai Children’s Trust for every single portion of jasmine rice they sell in their restaurants.
On Sunday 17th April, they will be celebrating Songkran Thai New Year in Liverpool and will be using collecting buckets to collect as much cash as they can.
On Saturday 23rd April, a group of staff members will be hiking up Snowdon. You can join the party and the fun by donating £20 to the fund.
On 24th April, intrepid finance director, Christian Hall, will be running the London Marathon. You can sponsor him by going to this link: bit.ly/1X9AxzT and you can donate as little as £1!
On Father’s Day, 19th June, they will donate £1 for every visitor to one of their restaurants in excess of the number of visitors they had on Father’s Day last year
From the 1st May to mid-October, a static exercise bike will spend a little time in each restaurant to give employees and customers the opportunity to take part in a virtual bike ride to Bangkok. If everyone donates £1 for every mile they cycle, £7,822 will be raised for Thai Children’s Trust by the time the journey is completed.
On 13 September, you can take part in one of three restaurant-to-restaurant bike rides: Thaikhun Oxford to Thaikhun Cambridge (90 miles); Chaophraya Glasgow to Chaophraya Edinburgh (60 miles); Chaophraya Leeds to Chaophraya Manchester (60 miles)
For more information about Thai Children’s Trust: