In the midst of holiday festivities, four students from B.J.M. chose to celebrate Christmas and New Year a bit differently this year.
UntilASA11, a non-profit organisation from Thaprachan, provided a unique opportunity to step out of their comfort zones and make a tangible difference in the lives of others.
A 14-day volunteer camp took place in Tak Province, “Ta do kuy” village. The students eagerly jumped into a range of activities such as cooking, building, teaching, and exploring.
Throughout the volunteer camp, the students not only made a tangible impact on their community but also strengthened their bonds with each other. Working together and sharing in the joy of giving created a unique camaraderie among the group, turning the experience into a memorable chapter in their academic journey.
Primmie, B.J.M. students, expressed, “It’s incredible to see how our efforts can bring joy to others. It’s not as hard as I thought”
Jasmine, B.J.M. students, expressed, “It taught me the importance of empathy, kindness, and the impact of selfless actions. I want to go again”
“To anyone considering joining a volunteer camp, I wholeheartedly encourage you to take the leap. It’s worth it” – Mafeung, B.J.M. student.
“What made the camp truly special was the people I met. The diverse group of volunteers, each bringing their unique perspectives and strengths, created an environment of collaboration and support. Thank you everyone!” – Luna, B.J.M. student
Written by Eaindar Phyu Sin Aung