Singha R-SA cleared water hyacinths from the Phrayabanlue canal to solve the flooding problem in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Province.
Singha R-SA and our volunteers grew rice in fields that had been flooded by the water pumped during the Thum Luang Cave rescue. At present, 2,000 packs of the rice grown by R-SA volunteers
After the fire which engulfed the accommodation of staff from the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) at Soi Ramkhamhaeng 24/1 on the 20th August, those people whose homes were burned were moved into temporary shelter.
Thanks to the Thai soap opera Buppesannivas (Love Destiny), the attention of Thai people has been sharply focused on the history and culture of Ayutthaya. On 25th April 2018, therefore, Singha R-SA teamed up with Channel 3 News and partner networks to celebrate Thai culture through the creation of “Ayutthaya Bike-Sightseeing”
Last 20 September 2017, a powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake was hit Mexico City. Many areas and buildings were destroyed, and people were suffering.
On 7 September 2017, it was the beginning of a new member of SINGHA R-SA. A volunteer chefs group which occurred from the idea of Piti Bhirombhakdi (Todd) who wanted to enhance his food passion and help people in the society.
Singha Volun-Touring was back again. This program was for exchange students from different countries to participate in volunteer activities and learn Thai culture. This time, SINGHA R-SA and SINGHA R-SA International Student Network traveled to Banmaeteud School in Wangshin district, Phrae Province. We stayed there for two days to complete our mission from 29-30 April. […]
SINGHA R-SA provided services for mourners at Sanam Luang every day. On 4th November, students from the Singha Volunteer Network, Bangkok University International College participated in volunteer act
SINGHA R-SA team crew from Chiang Mai Beverage and students from Mae Fah Luang University traveled to Baan Ja Na, Mae Ai, Chiang Mai to bring 100 packs of drinking water and 10 sacks of rice to 249 wi