Esso, together with Father Ray Foundation, provides opportunity to disabled students

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Esso, together with Father Ray Foundation, provides opportunity to disabled students

Bangkok - Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand presented 30 used laptops which are still in good condition to Father Ray Foundation as part of the efforts to support learning by disabled students of the Foundation’s Electronics and Computer Skills training Center at the Redemptorist Vocational School. The students will practice their computer checkup and maintenance skills which can be a sustainable career in the future.  After being checked up, the laptops will be forwarded to other schools for educational use.

On this occasion, Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin (1st left, front row), director of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and public & government affairs manager of ExxonMobil Limited, presented the laptops to Pathum Sukkerd (2nd right), general manager of Father Ray Foundation. The presentation took place at an ExxonMobil office in Harindhorn building and was also joined by a group of employees from Esso and ExxonMobil in Thailand.

Esso and ExxonMobil recognize the importance of education in all sectors, including underprivileged people.  This support to the Electronics and Computer Skills Training Center is to enhance opportunities for those handicapped to be self-reliant and have their own career to lead a better life.

For more information, please contact Public and Government Affairs :
Kitiyavadee Nilavan Tel: 02-407-4382  Email: kitiyavadee.nilavan@exxonmobil.com
Pathaveeroje Pamoonkesi Tel. 02-407-4384 Email: pathaveeroje.pamoonkesi@exxonmobil.com