The utmost appreciation has been the response by recipients to the gracious gesture by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother, who has royally bestowed meals and essential items on a homeless shelter in Pathum Thani, again showing Her Majesty’s care and regard for the health and hygiene of vulnerable populations.
Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother, graciously bestowed meals and essential items through Thanpuying Supornpen Luangthepnimit on the female homeless shelter in Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani, to ensure good nutrition and the health of the residents; their good health is crucial to allowing them to happily reintegrate with society and live a good quality of life.
In Phitsanulok province meanwhile, the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand’s 2020 regional royal kindness project has held a feast and delivered essential items to children at shelters and juvenile centers to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother’s birthday.
The royal kindness project was initiated by the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand at Her Majesty’s royal command and funding, to offer lunches to vulnerable populations.
In Sisaket, the province has held a multi-faith religious service celebrating HM Queen Mother’s birthday. The service was attended by government officials, religious leaders from Buddhist, Christian, and Islamic communities, who prayed for the good fortune of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, the Queen Mother on the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty’s 88th birthday, 12th August 2020, expressing the people’s loyalty, and promoting unity between different religious beliefs, united in their respect for the monarchy bringing all people together.
In Kalasin, the province is holding a local arts and craft fair celebrating the auspicious occasion of HM Queen Mother’s birthday, and celebrating the province’s 227th anniversary.
This event continues until 16th August, featuring an exhibition of the local Praewa silk textile, which has been promoted by Her Majesty to further develop the local wisdom of Praewa silk making, creating more jobs and income for villagers.
The event also features sales of community products, and special performances to honour HM Queen Mother by students from Kalasin College of Dramatic Arts.