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Family Support Center: Why Names Matter

This has never been an orphanage. It has been a refuge for children in need though. It has been a refuge for families in need. Peace of mind when they couldn't figure out how to make it through together. They trusted us with their beloved offspring for a time, and we have strived to be worthy of that trust.
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The Importance of Family

I think my favorite thing about the make-shift family we have participated in forming up on the mountain at the children’s home is the grandparents. I’m […]
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Business training 101

Business Training 101 Up on the mountain at Baan Saeng Saiwan the staff have been making grass brooms to sell. This is one of their business […]
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Working Together

I don’t know what I would have done without Nu there during my first week at the Charis Home. It was probably one of the longest […]
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If at first you don’t succeed, try try again. Unless…

From Mary, who lived at the orphanage for several weeks teaching the staff and children English. I lived and taught English for two years in Korea […]
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Meet Kru Mary, Our First Live in ESL Teacher

***For 5 weeks we were privileged to have Mary stay at the children’s home in Tak Province and give English lessons to the children and the […]
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Family, Not Institution

There is something that has come up in a few conversations recently that I feel I should make clear. We often refer to Ban Saeng Sawan, […]
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