Mr. Paramet Ngamphichet, Vice Minister of Ministry of Culture, Ms. Yutika Issarangkul Na Ayuthaya, Assistant Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Culture, Mr. Chaiyapon Sukaiem, Deputy Director-General – Department of Cultural Promotion, along with Ms. Kanyapat Suksamarn, Vice President of Event Strategy and Online Marketing of Mono Cyber Co., Ltd. under Mono Next, and the committee, including Sua – Pitchaya Jarasboonpracha, Sua – Yanyong Kuru-angkul, and Frame – Theepisit Mahaneeranon, presented awards and congratulated the winners in short film award announcement in “Project Promoting Thai Values and Culture (Thai Dee Mee Marayat/ Year 2). The winning team was “DUST” (Sripatum University) from the short film “Marayat Maidee Trongnai?” (Bad Manners?). The awards were presented at Lido Connect, Fl.2, Theater 2, Rama 1 Rd.
CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL. held the project “Mono Mask For Kids” inviting employees of Mono Next and subsidiaries to donate small-size disposable masks for students who are in shortage of masks around the country. Recently, the donation was over 3,500 pieces. Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of the company to send the masks by post to schools with children from kindergarten to 6th grade elementary school, such as Bankaynoy School (Chiang Mai), Watnatalae School (Uttaradit), Pacharatsamakkee School (Kamphaeng Phet), Ban Nam Kum School (Phitsanulok), Ban Nam-aom School (Phetchabun), and other schools, totally more than 20 places. Upon receiving the masks, the children sent back pictures to express their gratitude and used the masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Following an activity to invite Mono Group employees to share their happiness by collecting unused objects in daily life and donating them to The Mirror Foundation for useful purposes, recently, the representatives of Mono Group employees officially delivered objects such as clothes, books, CDs, etc. to The Mirror Foundation. In this event, Mr. Tonsakul Kongwattananon, an official of Share for Change Project under The Mirror Foundation, received the donation and thanked Mono Group employees for their kindness.
Vampire Basketball Club launched a project “Basketball From Home” for children and people who are interested in basketball to spend their time wisely while staying home. With Zoom application, the project provides basketball lessons taught by instructors who are national basketball players, including JO – Ratchadech Kruatiwa, Nok – Nopporn Sangtong, and Poy – Darunpong Apiromvilaichai. Basic basketball lessons and professional trainings will be presented to everyone right at home. “Basketball From Home” is available every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 16.00-17.00 hrs. (Sending code for Join Zoom Meeting at 15.30 hrs.). For more information, please contact FB Mono Basketball Academy on https://www.facebook.com/monobasketballacademy
CSR Department of Mono Group continues to be part in helping society by delivering 750ml – 1.25L soft drink bottles donated by employees under Mono Group to Mahasarakham Hospital. The bottles will be recycled into volumetric spacers to use with bronchodilator inhalers as they help reducing the spread of medicine from the inhalers. Recently, the representatives of Mono Group sent the soft drink bottles via post to Mahasarakham Hospital for making the device.
The CSR Department of Mono Technology PCL. requested employees under Mono Group to donate long-sleeved shirts, overcoats, pants, sneakers, etc. The donation was to be delivered to firefighters and volunteers for combating fire and covering wounded animals from the forest fire rages in northern Thailand. Recently, the donation was sent via post by the representatives of Mono Group employees to charities namely “Sai Tai Aok Rod” and “Pa Khao Lom Hai Jai Rao” which provide support in environmental issues and forest fires in the north. The donation will be beneficial to their projects.
Volunteers of Mono Group cooperatively made face shields for hospitals and medical staff. Recently, the representatives of Mono Group volunteers presented face shields to Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute (BIDI), Department of Disease Control. Ms. Sukhonsri Klong-akara, a nurse in Triage Unit of BIDI, and Ms. Chantana Keha, Acting Chief of Out-of-Hours Service Unit, Siriraj Hospital, were the receivers. The face shields was also sent to Thasae 2 Hospital in Chumphon by post for medical staff to use them for preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Referring to the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 or “COVID-19” in many countries worldwide, recently, Department of Health has collaborated with Mono Group to produce a 2-minute video clip to prevent and reduce the infection of COVID-19. The video clip promotes easy and effective ways for people to prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19. These guidelines include wearing face mask, avoiding risk areas, using public transportation or objects, exercising, social distancing, as well as taking care of your health and family members.
Please see the 2-minute uncomplicated Video Clip to Prevent and Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 on MONO29 Channel, Facebook Fanpage MONO29, Facebook Fanpage Department of Health, or https://seeme.me/ch/csrmono/qLO20j
Continued with the projects “Basketball Project by CSR MONO” and ” Mono Basketball Dream by GSB”, Mono Group, GSB, and Mono Vampire provided sport opportunity for children in remote areas. In these projects, players of Mono Vampire Basketball Club taught the children some basic basketball skills and encouraged them to play basketball. As for the activity at the end of 2019, Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR of Mono Group, and Mr. Bhutinat Rathanaviriyachai, Manager (Tournament Section) of Mono Sport Entertainment Co., Ltd. under Mono Group, honorably presented basketball boards to schools for sport teaching and basketball practicing.
The first school participated in the projects was Phachi “Sunthorn Wittayanukul” School in Ayutthaya, followed by Muaklekwittaya School in Saraburi. Basketball boards were also presented to 16 schools, including Sutheewittaya School, Triamudomsuksapattanakarn School, Nong Khae School, Nongdonwittaya School, Songkhonwittayakhom School, Wangmuangwittayakhom School, Kaengkhoi School, Banmo Phatthananukul School, Suankularn Wittayalai Saraburi School, Banthamaprangwittaya School, Debsirin Phukhae School, Saohai School, Saraburiwitthayakhom School, Tha Luang Cement Thai Anusorn Technical College, Nongsaengwittaya School, and Hinkong Witthayakhom School. Students and basketball players of these schools joined Mono Group’s activities. Mono Vampire basketball players also talked about their experiences and gave the children inspiration towards basketball.
Any children interested in the projects could follow the activities of Basketball Projects by CSR MONO on https://www.facebook.com/monovampirebasketball
Any school interested in the projects please send a brief information to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact 02-502-0700 ext. 7881
On December 11, 2019, Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Technology PCL. under Mono Group, received Sustainability Disclosure Acknowledgement Award in the award giving ceremony of 2019 Sustainability Disclosure Award. Held by Thaipat Institute, the award aims to promote the realization to the importance of information disclosure on business operation in terms of economy, society, and environment, or ESG issues (Environmental, Social, and Governance) among registered companies and organizations under the membership of SDC. The disclosure of information done in the form of Sustainability Report or other forms which reveals the sustainability of the business will benefit the stakeholders, promote a long-term sustainable organization development, as well as fulfill Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The award giving took place in room 1601, 6th floor of The Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Reference: : https://database.globalreporting.org/reports/73848