Saturday, March 24, 2007

Does anyone know of any good organizations and/or people to visit and/or learn from in Thailand? If so - Please let us know! Thanks!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mark Sluss went on a Work and Witness Trip to Thailand - maybe he could give you some insight...

Just a thought...

Robin

Rebecca said...

Hey Jake and Jess!
When will you come to Thailand? We might be still there, would be nice to meet again!
I've just read stories about Bangkok's slum community by father joe maier and really liked it. www.fatherjoe.org They are caring for HIV orphans, children at risk, general education programmes etc.
Hey Jessica, happy birthday to you!! - too late, but with love :-)
Rebecca***

dana slater said...

hey friends...
I'm going to Uganda in May with campus house after all. i'm finally putting the first stamp in my passport, and i thought you all of people would be the most pleased with that decision. i only wished it was going to be more than two weeks, but, it's a start. i cannot wait to go.

Alissa & Andrew said...

Hey you two-I found a few websites for Thailand. Hope this helps. I check in on your travels daily. Happy belated birthday Jess!

http://p2pfoundation.net/NGOs_in_Thailand

http://www.mercyteams.net/thailand.html

http://www.idealist.org/if/idealist/en/SiteIndex/Search/search?assetTypes=VolunteerOpportunity&keywords=volunteer%20thailand&keywordsAsString=volunteer%20thailand&sid=87234939-242-Uge

Love ya,
Alissa

Anonymous said...

Hi Jessica and Jake,
I see you had another birthday Jessica. Sue and I want to wish you a very happy belated BIRTHDAY and only wish we could be together to celebrate it. You have a special place in our hearts and we wish you both happiness, health, and a bright future.
Love and prayers for you.
Larry and Sue

Lynn said...

My neice is in Thailand with the Peace Corp. I could send you her email- she only has limited access though. She is teaching in a village in the north- about an 11 hour bus ride from Bangkok...Ben was there in December. He said a good place to stay and meeting point is at the KT Guest House in Bangkok- many native missionaries come and stay there for a break or en route.
We'll be checking regularly to see where you end up :-) Love ya,
Lynn and Ben

Anonymous said...

hey, kids! i don't know if you've already gone to thailand, but my friend melissa lived in thailand for a minute. she also happens to be a myspace friend ("the road less traveled"); i think you should look her up, jess. ~mariko