SCB and Royal Thai Air Force offer assistance to flood victims in the South

 


Severe flooding recently hit provinces in the South,  causing severe hardship to those living in afflicted areas. To help those in need, Siam Commercial Bank collaborated with the Royal Thai Air Force to pack and hand out 2,000 emergency kits containing everyday necessities, such as rice, ready-to-eat meals, and other items.  The activity enjoyed the participation of RTAF Assistant Commander-in-Chief Air Chief Marshal Dejudom Kongsri, Director of the RTAF Directorate of Civil Affairs Air Marshal Thanat Chanampai, and SCB representatives comprising SCB President Khun Apiphan Charoenanusorn and First Executive Vice President of the CSR Function Khun Araya Phuphanich. Other participants included SCB Management and Bank staff, as well as military officers and military students at the Air Technical Training School’s gymnasium.  

All survival packages were transported by plane to RTAF’s Wing Division 56 in Hat Yai, and to the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre (SBPAC) and have already been urgently distributed to affected communities.  Under the SCB Disaster Relief Project, the Bank is committed to serving every member of society and every community, and to bringing about a sustainable quality of life for everyone.