Birthday: February 5, 2013
Arrival: August 30, 2017
Project: Father Ray Children’s Village
Family History and General Information
Toey comes from a poor and broken family. His parents are separated. His father whereabouts is unknown. Toey has an elder brother – Mark, who came with him to our Village. Toey lives with his mother and grandmother. His mother is unemployed and doesn’t earn enough money to raise Toey in a suitable manner. She asked for help from the Operation Center on Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking in Bangkok, with the hope that he receives the best education available, and therefore the possibility of a good future. Finally, the Center in Bangkok contacted our Village and Toey and his elder brother were transferred to our Fr. Ray Children’s Village.
Toey continues his Kindergarten 3 when the new school year starts in May. This past school term his favourite subject was Art. He said he enjoys drawing and colouring.
At school, Toey gets along well with all his classmates. Last term, he had a chance to join in the Colouring Contest on the National Father’s Day, Science Day, and the National Mother’s Day. He won the 1st prize on the Mother’s Day. He had been selected as a representative of his school to join in the coloring competition with other schools. Good job Toey!
Toey is friends with everyone, but at the Village, his best friends are Pek and Mark – his older brother. They play together, go on adventures and are always laughing about some new and silly thing they are doing. They also play football together.
Toey has a very good appetite, eating pretty much anything, but his favourite foods he says are KFC and omelet – a very popular answer amongst our children. Overall, he continues to be healthy and strong with no major issues.
Toey is living happily in House Number 4. During the school’s holidays he was lucky to be able to go to Hat Sai Kaew Navy Beach with the rest of the Village. Toey loves swimming and he had an amazing time playing in the water and sand – exploring all the little fish and creatures the beach had to offer. Moreover, he also participated in a charity project called “Strengthening Social Immunity of Children and Youth” at the Children’s Home.