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Local resident asks for help to raise money for the Home & Life orphanage

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Local resident asks for help to raise money for the Home & Life orphanage | Samui Times
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Local resident Tracey Saychanaphan’s husband used to make beautiful leather bags, purses and waistcoats. Tragically, three years ago, he downed. Since then the goods he made have been sitting in Tracy’s shop, collected goods and Tracy believes it is time they are put to good use. She has decided to accept donations for the items, at whatever price anybody who is interested in owning beautiful products thinks is fair. The proceeds will be giving to an orphanage and shelter for the orphans of parents who have died of AIDS and children living with HIV. Tracy has visited the orphanage several times and says they are doing a great job.

life home project foundationThe Life Home Project Foundation is a non-profit organization registered under Thai Law. The organization was founded in 2002 with the goal of preventing the spread of HIV, as well as helping HIV-infected/affected people and AIDS patients in Phuket, Thailand. They are located in Koh Sireh, a small island attached to Phuket. The Life Home Project began preventing the spread of HIV, as well as helping HIV-infected/affected people and AIDS patients by providing shelter to HIV affected females, promoting quality of life, and offering vocational training through arts and crafts.

You can find out more about the Life Home Project Foundation by clicking here

As well as donating the proceeds of the sale of her husband’s products, Tracy would like anybody that has clothes suitable for Thai ladies, children’s clothes and toys to bring them to her shop so she can deliver them at Christmas.

So if you would like your money to go to a worthy cause and would like a leather bag please pay a visit to Nature Home in Maenam walking Street after 4.30pm Monday to Thursday.

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