04 May 2017
Smile Club Activities & Fundraisers
- St. Stephen International School
St. Stephen International School raised 40,000 baht at its 2016 Christmas Market for Operation Smile.
- The Regents International School
Regents Smile Club organized its first fundraiser of the year on January 24. The club’s 12 members whipped up healthy snacks, such as parfaits, homemade granola bars, fresh juice, smoothies and pancakes to sell during break time on Healthy Theme Day.
- TCIS, Bangkok Patana and Wells International School
TCIS, Bangkok Patana and Wells International School joined hands to represent Operation Smile at this year’s SerVICE Student Conference, which took place on January 20 – 22 at Bangkok Patana International School. These Smile Club student leaders and volunteers informed the conference participants about Operation Smile and student club activities and discussed in detail cleft lip and cleft palate operations.
Bangkok Patana hosted a successful campaign day during which Smile Club members prepared games and quizzes with the objective to make others more aware about cleft lip and cleft palate.
- Ascot International School
Ascot International School’s Family Fun Day is an annual event that raises money for a designated charity and we are delighted to announce that Operation Smile is the choice this year! In the build up to the event, Ascot’s Smile Club and IB students were tasked with promoting Operation Smile around the school. This year’s Family Fun Day took place on Saturday, March 25 and Ascot raised the total of 110,000 THB for Operation Smile!
- Shrewsbury International School
Shrewsbury International School, the latest addition to our student club, hosted its first Operation Smile event as a club member. The event was intended to inform fellow students about Operation Smile and children born with facial deformities, such as cleft lip and cleft palate. To help do this, students sold Smile merchandise.
- Concordian International School
Concordian International School embraced the month of Love with its annual Festival of Love, which is hosted by the school’s parent-teacher association (PTA), comprised of parents, teachers and staff.
Students set up a booth at the festival where students and guests were invited to play fun games for a small fee. The proceeds from the booth were donated to heal smiles and change the lives of children across Thailand that are in need of surgery.
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