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Fabulous experience volunteering at the Father Ray Foundation. The time I spent there was not long enough and I would love to come back and do it all again. This experience gave me an opportunity to express my inner child. The mornings were spent teaching the lovely children at the Day Care Centre, in the […]

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In the end of October 2010 I arrived at the Father Ray Foundation in Pattaya. I arrived with an idea about what was going to happen; I was going to work with blind children, disabled people and street kids etc. The work was pretty much what i expected; amazing and I got a really close […]

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When I sat down and began to write something about the past five months, my mind just came back to five months ago. I have already left the Foundation, but what I got from here is really more than I expected, which will be a special inspiration that can keep me moving forward no matter […]

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The six months I spent here as a volunteer at the Father Ray Foundation was a wonderful experience. I was taken with the friendliness of the Thai people I got to know here, both the staff at the Foundation and the students at the Vocational School for People with Disabilities. In light of their disabilities, […]

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