Lampang, Thailand. The Filipino spirit of sharing is very much alive in Thailand as the Filipinos in Lampang held an outreach activity on Sunday, July 17, 2022.
The Lampang Filipino Community, headed by its current community president, Amanda Jiratanasopha, donated cash for the driveway renovation of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish church in Lampang.
Fr. Andres Felipe Jaramillo Gutierrez, M.X.Y., the church parish priest, received the cash donation and thanked the Filipino community for its generosity and kindness.
Meanwhile, the Pinoy community also extended cash aid to a Buddhist monk in Lampang.
The community spokesperson, Mr. William Mambil, said the funds for the outreach activity came from the members.
“The fund we used was from the membership fee from our members, and we also received donations from our kind and generous members,” he said.
Filipinos in Lampang officers
The Filipino community in Lampang was formally organized in 2014. Aside from outreach programs, the community holds regular activities such as Philippine Independence, Christmas, and other relevant events to showcase Pinoy culture and promote camaraderie among Filipinos in the province.
The officers of the Lampang Filipino Community for the year 2022 include: Amanda Jiratanasopha-president; Ellen Sangchan-vice president; Flordeliza Flores-secretary; Pamela Rose Uy-treasurer; William Mambil-PIO; Neil Libiano-Cultural and Religious Affairs.
The representatives are: Elsie Villanueva, Joanna Camingao, Noe Espaniol, Nino Bicoy, Steve Racsa, and Rowena Gabule.
The community advisors include: Josefina Larbkasorn, Rosana Meguiso, and Mary Ceres Brunia.
The outreach activity that the Filipinos in Lampang initiated recently is only the beginning of the series of events lined up for this year.
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