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EDF Emergency Relief Program

In addition to EDF’s mission to achieve sustainable, long-term growth, we also recognize the need for immediate assistance in times of unexpected disaster – whether they are natural or manmade, local or international.  Following the devastation of the December 2004 tsunami in Southern Thailand, EDF created the Emergency Relief Fund to help victims of catastrophe regardless of race or religion.
Donations to EDF Emergency Relief Fund are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by Thai law.

TMB Bank Public Company Limited (TMB), Kasetsart University Branch
Type of Account: Saving
Account Name: "The Education for Development Foundation"
Account Number: 069-2-41110-1
EDF is helping by:   Collecting monetary contributions from donors and delivering them directly to the affected or indirectly to organizations who actively aid the affected areas.

First started:
2004 to present

Sample Impact:
  • The 2004 SouthernThailand tsunami                                 
  • The 2010 Haiti earthquake
  • The 2011 Japan earthquake/tsunami
  • The 2011 Thailand's flood Relief




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