Gift For Face, established in December 2019, is an organization led by a group of High School Students to help children with craniofacial derformities. We aim to create an opportunity for students to help other kids who have disadvantages by directly bringing positive changes upon the lives of others. As well as, empower and embolden the children who are currently going through the operation along with their parents, and raise awareness about craniofacial abnormalities. Gift for Face supports patients at the Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Center, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Thai Red Cross Society, “the first and largest craniofacial center in Southeast Asia”.
Gift For Face was created because our founder believed that, “every act of giving, sharing, and kindness is the best gift everyone can afford to give.” We would all like to send on that message that giving is something everyone can do, regardless of age, gender, or socioeconomic status, etc.
Our Program includes hosting activities for Elementary School students in different international schools, starting with Ruamrudee International School. We have plans of hosting similar events at ICS. In this activity, high schoolers will be able to have fun and volunteer to set up activities for elementary schoolers to enjoy. Through this activity, high schoolers will be able to learn how to set up similar events and help others through their power. Children will also be able to play and learn about their friends with craniofacial deformities at the Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Center and King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital.
Another activity in our program for highschoolers is service trips with doctors from the Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Center and King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital to Buriram and Chiangrai. The upcoming service trip at Chiangrai will be in November 2020. Highschoolers will have the opportunity to volunteer to help out in this event by contacting their school representatives or RIS's representative.
Through our social media platforms, students will be able to share their stories of how they have contributed and helped their families and society through their special skills or their achievements. “Your Stories” is a campaign that gives an opportunity for children all around the country to share how they are able to help children, just like them, at the Craniofacial Center. The purpose of this activity is to show that all children have the power to help other children, even through simple acts.
And last but not least, students will be able to participate in our “Your beauty” campaign. This campaign aims to show students that beauty is not achieved through appearance but rather your actions and your character. In this activity, students will draw on face masks and send us a picture with a caption of how they have helped others in the past week.
-- All proceeds will be going to the patients at the Princess Sirindhorn Craniofacial Center and King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital.