Ms. Pitirudee Sirisamphan (Senior Vice President – Corporate Affairs and Communication of Mono Next PCL.) and Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication) were the representatives of Mono Next PCL. and subsidiaries executives and employees to deliver more than 50 pieces of computer equipment to support the project “COM4CHILD” by The Mirror Foundation. Mr. Nattawat Kongsuksawat, the leader of the project, was the representative of the foundation to receive the equipment which will be sent to check the condition, maintenance so that the equipment are ready to use, before sending them to schools in other provinces that are still in short supply. The delivery took place at MONO29 Studio on Chaiyapruk Rd., Nonthaburi the day before.
Regarding the project “COM4CHILD”, there were more than 20 schools a month that have contacted the project to ask for computers. The delivery of computers and other equipment from MONO NEXT is carried out in accordance with ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) guidelines and the strategy MONO NEXT C.A.R.E : Education and Youth Development, Building Partnerships, and Reusing Resources. For those interested in donating, they can deliver computers and other equipment by themselves, or send them directly to the mailing address at The Mirror Foundation, Bangkok Office, Address No. 191 Soi Vibhavadi 62 (Intersection 4-7), Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd., Talad Bang Khen Subdistrict, Lak Si District, Bangkok 10210 (Every Monday – Friday at 09.30-18.00 hrs. and Saturday – Sunday at 10.00-16.00 hrs.) For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://bityl.co/E8eN
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication, Mono Next PCL.) together with Ms. Jantima Surarut (Director of Student Affairs Office, Panyapiwat Institute of Management or PIM), Mr. Suthee Premboon (Manager of Student Welfare and Alumni Relations, PIM), and representatives of employees and students jointly organized activities to educate students in Grade 4-6 of Wat Choeng Len School in Nonthaburi on waste separation. Recreational activities were set for Thai youth to educate and raise awareness on waste separation and reduction.
In this occasion, Mono Next PCL. also delivered 200 sets of COVID-19 test kit to Wat Choeng Len School, and joined in a tree planting activity to celebrate the Birthday of H.M. King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua. Mr. Juan Wongpin (Director of Wat Choeng Len School) and 40 students participated in the activities at Wat Choeng Len School in Nonthaburi the day before.
The organized activities will reduce waste in landfills and raise awareness on waste separation and reduction as well as environmental protection according to MONO NEXT C.A.R.E strategy (Community Communication, Alliances, Reduce and Re-use, Environment Engagement, Etc.).
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., and representatives of employees under Mono Group participated in “Non-Recyclable Waste Road Trip”, an activity held by PIM Recycling Business, Panyapiwat Institute of Management. Waste exchange booths were available, both for recyclable waste and non-recyclable waste that can be used as fuel in power plants and cement factories to replace fossil fuels. In this activity, waste donors received gifts from Mono Next as an expression of gratitude. The event took place the day before at the open area behind CP ALL Academy Building, Panyapiwat Institute of Management on Chaengwattana Rd.
This activity will help reduce waste in landfills and create awareness of waste separation and reduction as well as environmental protection according to MONO NEXT C.A.R.E strategy (supporting communities – knowledge communication, creating cooperation in communities and partners in various sectors, reducing the use of resources – reusing waste, working for the environment, etc.)
Ms. Pitirudee Sirisamphan (Senior Vice President – Corporate Affairs and Communication of Mono Next PCL.) and Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication) received a cage trolley in the project “Post reBOX” under the concept of “reBOX to School”. The cage trolley will be placed in Mono Next office for employees to donate unused boxes and envelopes to be recycled into sets of table and chair for students of Border Patrol Police Schools across the country. Dr. Danun Supatpan, the Managing Director of Thailand Post Co., Ltd., gave the cage trolley to the executives of Mono Next PCL. at the Headquarters of Thailand Post Co., Ltd., Chaengwattana Rd.
In this regard, employees and the general public can donate unused boxes and envelopes at Stadium29, Chaiyapruek Rd., or at Drop Box points at Drive Thru spots of post offices nationwide, from today to October 31, 2022.
Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., was the representative of Mono executives and staff to donate used desk calendars to Foundation for the Blind in Thailand under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the Queen in order to be used for making braille instructional materials for the visually impaired. Mr. Prasong Subannapong, Director of Bangkok School for the Blind, welcomed the group and received the calendars at Foundation Management Office, Rajavidhi Rd., Bangkok.