Chia Tai Company Limited, a beacon of agricultural innovation in Thailand, has once again rallied its force of staff volunteers numbering in the 500s to carry out its annual “Chia Tai Social Day 2023.” This well-hailed corporate social responsibility initiative, now onto another year, embodies the company’s persistent commitment to create ripples of change through acts of community service and fortifying food security in surrounding communities.
In concert with this, the company confirms its unwavering dedication towards elevating lifestyles sustainably through trailblazing agricultural techniques and the provision of first-rate products and services. A testament to this is the statement provided by Ms. Kulvadee Nimnual, the indefatigable assistant to the Chief Commercial Officer at Chia Tai Company Limited. “Two years running, Chia Tai Social Day has been the platform through which we strengthen bonds with an eclectic mix of communities in close proximity to our nationwide facilities. Our ongoing crusade is to ameliorate people’s life quality and give an upward nudge to food security.”
Emphasizing the scope of their mission, Nimnual added, “Our toolkit comprises agricultural wisdom, disseminating useful planting knowledge in local communities, education establishments, and sacred grounds. Aside from that, our gift of vegetable seedlings, easy to nurture, empowers people to harvest their fresh, clean, and secure produce, lightening the burden on their pockets in the process.”
The operational nerve center, Chia Tai’s Headquarters, nestled in the bustling cityscape of Bangkok, hosted activities at Boon Rod Thammaram Temple situated in Phra Kranong District. Volunteers from Chia Tai rolled up their sleeves, transforming parts of the locale into a verdant agricultural cradle blooming with a variety of plantation. An impressive thousand vegetable seedlings were disseminated amongst community members, an exciting prospect for burgeoning gardeners within.
Expanding its geographical imprint, Chia Tai Social Day transpired across nine additional provinces spanning the extent of the country, taking in Samut Sakorn, Suphan Buri, Ayutthaya, Ratchaburi, Kanchanaburi, Nan, Lampang, Chiang Mai, and Khon Kaen. The function of these activities? To extend the arms of compassion, propagate acts of goodwill, and sow seeds of food security amongst locals in these communities.