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It’s difficult to sum up six months of voluntary work at the Fr Ray Foundation, as there is so much to talk about, but here are a few words: I cannot thank the Thai people enough for their kindness, their generosity, their politeness, their kind hearts, and above all the endless smiles that I appreciated […]

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My story… I always knew I wanted to take a gap year, but I was never quite sure what I would do on it. I knew I wanted to do something volunteer based and after travelling with friends over summer holidays and having an amazing time, I was itching to go abroad and see the […]

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Natasha: My time at the Father Ray foundation has been magical! It has been an honor to serve those less fortunate. One of the most appealing aspects of volunteering at FRF is the diversity of projects; this keeps the volunteers fully engaged and always experiencing something new. One of the most challenging and rewarding aspects […]

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Luca: What stands out for me is that not many organizations have the variety of projects the Father Ray Foundation has. This variety is wonderful because it means so many different groups of disadvantaged and marginalized people are being helped. Also, from a volunteer perspective it is very stimulating and rewarding. One of my brightest students at […]

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