WBC Cares boosts National Childrens' Day in Thailand
12 Jan 2016
WBC Vice President General Kovid Bhakdibhumi, led champions and boxing celebrities to join the WBC Cares program with gifts of toys, stationery and snacks for the all the youth who participated in National Children’s Day in front of Fortune Tower, one of the most fashionable IT shopping centers in Bangkok.
On the second Saturday of January of every year in Thailand most of the government and private sector, organize the special event to favor all the youth on National Children’s Day. For years, this day was used to dedicate time and funds for children. A few years ago, Kiate Sirigul, WBC Cares Thailand Ambassador brought the campaign to hospitals; and then brought the program back to Fortune Town.
We are proud to publicize the WBC Cares program to all the public. We also have ever more champions and boxing celebrities willing to join this special moment with inspirational works and gifts in hospitals.
Thanks to Raja Boxing and AP Honda for donating hundreds of school supplies and toys, and Sansan Or Kwanmuang, the Muay Thai Champions from Rajadamnern Boxing who bring many snacks and sweets to give away to all the children.
Chatchai Sasakul, former WBC Flyweight Word Champion also joined the special events with his team from Muay Thai Gym and demonstrated their tremendous skills.
Pateng Kiatponthip, WBC Maythai Super Bantamweight World Champion, received the Plague of great champion from Gen Kovid and joined with festive gifts for children.
Buarimbueng KKP and Numtarn Por Muangpetch, both champions, became the idol of all the teenagers and they showed their spirit with distinguished activities.
Thanks to Dr. Jose Sulaiman and Jill Diamond who guided us to a wonderful program which offer the opportunity for all the boxing people to activate their kindness, giving and generating such happiness to children.