It's the end of the first semester for schools in Thailand and our students are ready for a break! Blood Foundation's Moonlight Schools will continue to run, of course, but the government schools will be closed.
Blood Foundation is happy to announce the beginning of its "Bright Futures" scholarships, sending former students of our "Moonlight Schools" to high school and beyond. This year we have seven high school and vocational college students and two full-time university students. This is a first for our foundation just as it is a first for our communities. We hope our "Bright Futures" will set a new precedent for their younger brothers, sisters, and friends in the village.
Blood Foundation is happy to announce plans to construct a new school building in the Palong village of Hueyjanu, one of our Moonlight Schools, this year. The construction is thanks to the kind donation of funds from Mr. Jimmy Gulkin and his wife Chupit "Jan" Chutitum.
Thanks to a donation from Healthmax, aka Saladmaster in Australia, Blood Foundation was able to take all of our students to the zoo this past Sunday. To see pictures of the event, check out the photo album on our facebook page here.
Blood Foundation has received exciting news that there will be an exhibition of prints made by our students showing in Osaka, Japan! The exhibition has been arranged thanks to Ralph Kiggell, who originally came to Fang in 2013 to run our first Printmaking Project with Jacqueline Gribben. Keep an eye out for more news soon! See the website HERE.
Welcome to Blood Foundation's new look! Because our old website was a bit outdated and difficult to update, we've changed formats and will now be able to bring you, our supporters, news on a more frequent basis. Be sure to check out our facebook page as well!
Bianca is Manager of Blood Foundation, located in Fang, Chiang Mai, Thailand.