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Samyan Mirtown Launched the Community Fridge Project with SOS Thailand


We believe that 'working together' to help communities and protect the environment will be the power to drive positive changes.

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So, we would like to introduce our new friend, Samyan Mitrtown, who started a great project like "Mitr Pan Mit", that gathers the first 9 restaurant-friends within its shopping center to provide surplus food to help those people affected by COVID-19. Including:

1.OISHI EATERIUM

2. SHABUSHI

3. Shop MX cakes & bakery

4. Shop Bake A Wish

5. Shop Jip Jip Custard & Fresh Milk

6.KINGKONG Sweets

7. WHITE STORY

8. Shop THE SPICY HOUSE

9. Ya Kun Kaya Toast


Over the past 2 months of planning, Scholars of Sustenance Foundation and Samyan Mit Town have agreed that the shopping center area is perfect for the Community Fridge project so that multiple restaurants can join in at the same time. 😊


We are delighted that Samyan Mitrtown is interested in our mission and continue to build projects that create good relationships between shops and people through doing good deeds together. ❤

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