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I’ve always had a dream to take care of some poor child somewhere in the world, and I got my dream fulfilled in Thailand at Father Ray Foundation. In April 2015 I arrived to Pattaya, where I was working as a volunteer for 3 months at the Father Ray Day Care Center. I enjoyed every […]

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I arrived at the Father Ray foundation in April 2014, slightly nervous and unsure of what to expect. I settled in so quickly and it has come to feel like home in a way I didn’t think it could. Living together, working together and eating together, the volunteer group has been like a family here […]

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Michael and I are about to return to Thailand.  We will once again spend our time teaching English to the students at the Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities.  We have found volunteering for the Father Ray Foundation to be one of the most rewarding experiences of our lives. Our days are busy but not difficult.  The […]

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I volunteered at the Father Ray Foundation from November 2012 to April2013 and I fully recommend it to whoever has the opportunity to do it. The whole time was spread over a wide range of various teaching activities: Father Ray Day Care Center in the morning, Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities in the […]

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