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August 11, 2021

Mazars donated to Bangkok Community Help Foundation to fight COVID-19

Rob Hurenkamp and Blake Dimsdale, partners at Mazars in Thailand, acting as representatives of the firm, made a donation to Friso Poldervaart, one of the co-founders of the Bangkok Community Help Foundation, on 6 August 2021.

The proceeds will be used to help those affected by COVID-19 in more than 40 communities in the Khlong Toei and Wattana areas, such as handing out survival bags, food, medicine, oxygen tank, and necessities.

At this time, every sector should pull together and help each other. The more we help, the more people will smile and stay stronger. We are only safe if we are all safe.

Rob said, “We are blessed and humbled to support the Bangkok Community Help Foundation in the great work they are doing. While newspapers are full of stories about who should do what and who is to blame for the current situation, Friso, and his team have rolled up their sleeves and are helping people in need at the risk of being infected themselves! We are pleased to support the great job they are doing.”

Mazars and the Bangkok Community Help Foundation believe that giving can make a difference. We are standing along our communities to get through the COVID-19 crisis together.

If you would like to support this charity, please contact the Bangkok Community Help Foundation directly.

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