ST. JOHN AMBULANS MALAYSIA

SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN

The Thailand Flood Relief Press Release

A press release was held on 03.11.2011 at SJAM-SDE State HQ to announce the relief effort for Thailand.  Dried foods & bottled drinks are the main items needed for the relief.

St. John Ambulans Malaysia - State of Selangor will be working hand-in-hand with the following:-

01) T-Ratana Welfare Society
02) Persatuan Nam Ann Daerah Klang & Pantai
03) Pertubuhan Amal Seri Sinar
04) Selangor Kim Mooi Association 
05) Persatuan Tabung Kebajikan Wan Shou Yuan

A deadline was set on 19.11.2011 with the collection points at the above respective location. Targeted to send over the collected items by road or air before end of November to the Malaysia Embassy in Bangkok whereby the Malaysia Embassy will help co-ordinate the distribution along with our volunteers who will be flying down at their own expense.

This morning (22.11.2011) we had our handing over ceremony, graced by YB Senator A. Kohilan Pillay - Deputy Foreign Minister of Malaysia and His Excellency Mr Songsak Saichewa - Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission representing His Excellency Thai Ambassador to Malaysia.  Our Commander-in-Chief - YBhg Dato' Dr Low Bin Tick along with The Most Ven. Datuk K. Sri Dhannaratana - Chief High Priest of Malaysia representing Ti-Ratana were also present.  Donors and supporters from various associations, organisations and corporates were also here to witness the sending off the cargoes.

A total of 3 x 40 footer containers and 1 x 40 footer trailer were used to load our cargoes consisting of the following:

01) Bottled Drinking Water (1.5 liter)  ............................. 4,404 cartons  
02) Biscuit ........................................................................  1,160 cartons
03) Instant Noodles .........................................................     728 cartons 
04) Canned Foods (Sardine & Beans) .............................     270 cartons 
05) Rice ...........................................................................       26 bags
06) Camping Tents ..........................................................       50 units

 

 

Press Release  ( 19.11.2011 )

 

Handing-over Ceremony ( 22.11.2011 )

 

Thailand Flood Victim Relief at Thailand