Executives of Mono Next Group led by Mr. Patompong Sirachairat (CEO of Mono Next PCL.), Ms. Thanya Wachirabunjong (Chief Content Production Officer of Mono Next PCL.), Mr. Bannasit Rakwong (Vice President – General Manager MONO29 TV Channel), Ms. Saranya Amornrattanasuchad (CFO of Mono Next PCL.), Ms. Kanyapat Suksamarn (Vice President of Event Strategy and Online Marketing of Mono Cyber Co., Ltd.), etc. cooperated to provide survival packs for more than 2,000 households who were flood victims in Angthong and Saraburi Provinces in the project “MONO29 Pan Duay Jai – Sang Roy Yim 2”.
In this event, executives of Jasmine Group led by Mr. Pisit Jantasri (Director of the Central Region of Triple T Broadband PCL.), Mr. Pattamanan Panprasert (Head of 3BB GIGATV Business of Three BB TV Co., Ltd.), Ms. Thitima Kiravanich (Chief of Social Enterprise Development Department of Jasmine Group), Mr. Prasert Kongkwanrat (Ayutthaya Cluster Manager), and Mr. Sutiwat Vacharabusaracome (Saraburi Cluster Manager of Triple T Broadband PCL.), etc. also brought over 10 cars and trucks to load survival packs from MONO in order to bring them to flooding areas in various provinces. The cooperation took place at Mono Next office on Chaiyapruk Rd., Nonthaburi.
Mr. Veerayooth Bodharamik, Senior Vice President Corporate Relations Management (Mono Broadcast Co., Ltd. under Mono Next) and Senior Vice President of Office of President (Triple T Broadband PCL.), was the representative of executives and employees of MONO-3BB to donate 430 PPE suits to support Police General Hospital (PGH). Taken place at PGH, Pol.Lt.Gen. Sopnarush Singhjaru, MD. of Police General Hospital, received the PPE suits with Air Marshal Manat Chavanaprayoon, Deputy Chief of the Air Staff, as the witness.
Mr. Pisit Jantasri (Director of the Central Region of Triple T Broadband PCL.), Mr. Prasert Kongkwanrat (District Manager), and Mr. Kriengsak Wiriyosutthikul (Ayutthaya Province Manager), along with Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen (Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL.) and employees of MONO-3BB helped people in Bangban District, Ayutthaya Province, who were flood victims of “Tropical Storm Dianmu”. Survival packs and drinking water were brought to people in Wat Ban Daeng Community in Namtao Sub-district (Moo.3 and Moo.4), Bangban District.
Ms. Hataitip Mudjui, Vice President of Online Movie Business of Mono Streaming Co., Ltd. or MONOMAX, along with Mr. Kittisak Pukcharoen, Assistant Vice President CSR and Internal Communication of Mono Next PCL., and MONO staff representatives helped restoring mangrove forest in the project “Restoring Mangrove Forest – Generating Income – Helping Local Community” held by Rajapruek Institute Foundation. The objectives of the activity were to restore the abundance of mangrove forest ecosystem, create jobs for the locals to plant seedlings and take care of the mangrove, and generate income for them during the time of Covid-19 uneasy situation. Mr.Siriwat Kantaros, Director of Rajapruek Institute Foundation, and representatives of the locals also participated in this activity at Mangrove Forest Nature School in Bang Kaeo Subdistrict, Mueang Samut Songkhram District, Samut Songkhram.
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. 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.