SKAL and PATA Bangkok Christmas Charity Fundraiser Hits New Heights

Bangkok (Thailand) – December 18, 2019 (travelindex.com) – The spectacular event took place on Wednesday 11th December 2019 with a record turnout. The Thai capital’s top travel associations, SKÅL International Bangkok and the PATA Thailand Chapter, put their considerable skills for organising outstanding memorable events to good use. This time to benefit needy causes for their combined Christmas Charity Fundraiser Lunch.

PATA’s Luzi Matzig welcomes all members and guests for a fun and Merry Christmas lunch

Over 140 travel and tourism executives attended the joint lunch event at the Radisson Blu Plaza Bangkok. Hearty festive fare with appropriate libations and the accompaniment of the youthful talents of a new generation of carol singers was followed by the largest number of prizes ever for the lucky draw and silent auction.

The hard working Christmas Committee was led by Mr Tom Sorensen (SKÅL) with Ben Montgomery (PATA), Nicklas Moberg (SKÅL) and Khun Parichat Suntararak (PATA).

Aside from the opportunity to welcome in the festive season with industry colleagues and friends, the core objective for the two leading travel associations was to raise funds for charities.

The four selected charities this year were:

•The Bamboo School of the Mechai Viravaidya Foundation

•The Good Shepherd Sisters Centre

•The PATA Foundation

•The Kusa Panyarachun Scholarship Fund (which helps students studying innovation and tourism-related courses in Thailand).

The raffle and silent auctions were critical to the fundraising that supports these important charities.

Our organising committee was extremely grateful to our generous sponsors, Thai Airways, Serenity Wines, Paulaner Beers, CoffeeWORKS and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), who received the thanks of all those present led by Skål Bangkok’s President Andrew J Wood and PATA’s Luzi Matzig on behalf of Thailand Chapter Chairman Khun Nond Kalinta.

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