Executives of Mono Group led by Ms. Hataitip Mudjui (Vice President of Online Movie Business of Mono Streaming Co., Ltd.), Ms. Pitirudee Sirisamphan (Vice President – Corporate Affairs and Communication of Mono Next PCL.), and Ms. Nanthaphan Sangchai (Assistant Vice President of MONO29 Channel) along with Mr. Pisit Jantasri (Director of the Central Region of Triple T Broadband PCL.), Bob – Nattee Kosolpisit (MONO29 Channel Newscaster), and employees of Mono and 3BB went to flooding areas in Saraburi Province, including Ban Yang Sub-district in Sao Hai District and Ban Khrua Sub-district in Ban Mo District, to distribute survival packs and give emotional support to flood victims. The activity was part of the project “MONO29 Pan Duay Jai – Sang Roy Yim 2”.
Mr. Pisit Jantasri (Director of the Central Region of Triple T Broadband PCL.), Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL.), Mr.Dhirabudh Premmaprayoonwongsa (Executive Editor of MONO29 Channel), along with French Fries – Rinnatha Atchariyawattanakul (MONO29 Channel Newscaster) and employees of MONO and 3BB distributed survival packs, water, and consumer goods to flood victims in Chorakhe Rong Sub-district (Moo.2 – Moo.7) and Chairid Sub-district (Moo.1 and Moo.4) in Chaiyo District, Angthong Province. The activity was part of the project “MONO29 Pan Duay Jai – Sang Roy Yim 2”.
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of Mono executives and staff in the project “MONO NEXT PET to PPE Project” to help medical staff by delivering PET bottles to upcycle into the fiber for making PPE Suits. In this project, Ms. Jantima Surarut, Director of Student Affairs Office of Panyapiwat Institute of Management (PIM), received the bottles at the pick-up area of PIM on Chaengwattana Rd., Nonthaburi. The bottles will later be sent to the project “Yaek Khuat Chuai Mor” (PET to PPE Project).
On August 25, 2021 at 10.00 hrs., Ms. Yupha Taweewattanakitborvon, Permanent Secretary for Culture, and Ms. Chotika Akkrakitsophakul, Assistant Permanent Secretary, received the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from Mr. Veerayooth Bodharamik, Senior Vice President Corporate Relations Management of Mono Broadcast Co., Ltd., in order to distribute them to medical staff in hospitals. The purpose of the donation is to support the project “Pun-Nam-Jai Khon-Thai-Mai-Ting-Kan” (or in English, Share Kindness Thai People Leave No One Behind) of the Ministry of Culture which aims to help people suffering from the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The event took place at the hall on the first floor of Watthanathamwisit Building, Ministry of Culture.
Mr. Sang Ho Lee, Vice President of Mono Shopping Co., Ltd. under Mono Next, was the representative of the executives and employees to donate 100 bottles of alcohol gel to “Tong Rod Up For Thai Volunteer Center”. The donation will be distributed to slums, hospitals, rescue centers, etc. to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The representative of Tong Rod Up For Thai Volunteer Center received the donation at Up For Thai Tong Rod Administration Department in Chatuchak, Bangkok.
“MONO29 HAPPY BOX PROJECT”, a cooperation between MONO29 Channel and MThai under Mono Next, the project was launched for viewers who are suffering from the outbreak to register on Facebook Fanpage MONO29, Mono29 News, and MThai to get the “HAPPY BOX”, a box of consumer goods for viewers and the people in construction camps, for free as an emotional support. A few days after the registration, the number of people filling the form was more than expected. Consequently, the process has been changed by counting the total number of registration at the end of the project, and then allocating the budget from the income of MONO29 News totally over 5 million Baht to purchase more consumer goods for all the households registered in the project.
Mr. Bannasit Rakwong (General Manager of MONO29 TV Channel) said, “The starting of “MONO29 Happy Box Project” was that we allocated the products from our sponsors and established a registration for people to register and inform about their troubles and problems, then the registrations will be selected and we will send the “Happy Box” to their doorsteps. Anyway, there were totally 6,500 suffering households registered, and from all the messages sent to the channel as well as the additional interviews, we found that each household is suffering and we sympathized and wanted to help as much as we could. So, we discussed with the executives under Mono Next and agreed that we should help every household. As a result, we decided to allocate the budget from the income of the news program totally over 5 million Baht to buy additional products to meet the number of registered households and prepared to deliver them as soon as possible. The help will be divided for two groups which are the public and the people in construction camps that the staff teams of MONO29 news and MThai had visited to get the news report on the outbreak of COVID-19. We should help this group too. We are also grateful to Thailand Post for the free delivery support as well as the transportation of the Happy Box from MONO29. Thanks to supporters from every companies who sent consumer goods to join this emotional support project. MONO29, MThai, MONOMAX, and all subsidiaries under Mono Next wish everyone will get through this crisis as fast as possible.”
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of Mono executives and staff to donate alcohol gel and personal protective equipment to Thailand Association of the Blind in order to alleviate the hardship of the blind during COVID-19 outbreak. Mono Next also took part as a public relations medium to encourage people to donate for the association. In this event, Mr. Akekamol Pattayanun, the President of Thailand Association of the Blind, received the donations at the association in Phaya Thai District, Bangkok.
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of executives and staff under Mono Group to donate bookshelf and the bilingual (Thai-Malay) story book titled “Tang-Mo Luk To To” (Big Watermelon) to the Coordination Center Networking for Southernmost Reading Promotion (SRP). “Tang-Mo Luk To To” received the 2021 Book Awards, in the category of Book for Small Children (3-5 years), from Ministry of Education, and also received the award for small children’s book in the project “Early Childhood Book Bank: to promote potentiality and the power of imagination” held by Thai Health Promotion Foundation. Ms. Sudjai Promkerd, the Manager of Reading Culture Promotion Program under Thai Health Promotion Foundation received the donation at Stadium29, MONO29 Studio, Nonthaburi.
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of executives and staff under Mono Group to donate N95 masks and surgical masks under “MASK FOR LIFE PROJECT”. The masks were donated to Ratchaphiphat Hospital Bangkok for medical staff and patients in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In this event, Ms. Karaket Sommanas, Budgeting Division of Ratchaphiphat Hospital received the donation at Ratchaphiphat Hospital, Bang Khae, Bangkok.
Ms. Pitirudee Sirisamphan, Vice President – Corporate Affairs and Communication, and Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., along with Wan – Phirunrat Leelatepin and Seya – Pimmada Chittieng, actresses under E29 Star, were the representatives of executives and employees of Mono Group to participate in “RICE FOR LIFE” Project. With support from the business group under Mahboonkrong Rice, 3,408 kilograms of rice and preserved food were given to over 500 destitute people who suffered from Covid-19 situation. Ms. Katmanee Sinpoonphat, Leader of Nonthaburi Home for the Destitute, and staff received the donation at Nonthaburi Home for the Destitute.