Ace Airport Parking is proud to support Hands Across the Water, an Australian, New Zealand and Thai charity that gives at-risk Thai children and their communities a helping hand. Their projects are tailored to meet local communities’ needs – for the long term.
100% of donations goes to the kids and their communities. No donors’ money goes to administration or staff costs or marketing or fundraising.
In 2004, the Boxing Day tsunami left countless Thai children alone and homeless. Former police forensic specialist Peter Baines, working with the tsunami disaster victim identification team, was deeply touched by the number of children left homeless and alone by the natural disaster. He was inspired to establish an organisation that could make a real difference. In late 2005, a team of committed individuals with the desire to help others formed Hands Across The Water.
Hand Across the Water support nearly 300 children in multiple locations across Thailand.
- Baan Tharn Namchai, Khao Lak
- Home Hug, Yasothon
- Home Hug, Surin
- The New Life Project,t Kanchanaburi
- The New Life Project, Chumphon
- Baan Nam Khem community centre and Tsunami Refuge at Khao Lak
- PAMA House, Chanthaburi