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02 December 2008 :: 14:12:42 pm 24391

Raimon Land Opens Sanuk Community Centre For Children In Pattaya

BANGKOK -2 December 2008 - Award-winning luxury property developer Raimon Land has taken its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to new levels with the sponsorship of the Sanuk Community Centre operated by the Melissa Cosgrove Children?s Foundation (MCCF) at the site of the Bouygues-Thai Staff Camp in Naklua, Pattaya.?
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Raimon Land is covering the construction and operating costs for the day care centre, which will be used by the children of the construction team at the company?s Northpoint development in North Pattaya.

The Sanuk Community Centre is open seven days a week from 9.00am-6.00pm, and all the children are being offered Thai and English lessons as well as training in basic hygiene, health and safety. They are fed each day and taken for field trips to the beach and Hard Rock Hotel.

Raimon Land Chief Executive Officer, Nigel Cornick, said: ?Raimon Land takes its CSR programme very seriously, and our support for the Sanuk Community Centre reflects our commitment to allocating resources to projects that provide a positive contribution to Thailand, and the staff who contribute to our success.?

Founded in 2003, MCCF is a non-charitable, not-for-profit organisation working to help disadvantaged children throughout Asia.

Raimon Land recently won the prestigious Best Developer Award for the second consecutive year on its way to sweeping four categories at the Thailand Property Awards 2008.


Raimon Land staff visited the Sanuk Community Centre at its Northpoint construction site in Pattaya to treat the construction team?s children to snacks, toys and other gifts. The centre is operated by the Melissa Cosgrove Children?s Foundation.
Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Announcement News

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