Who We Are
The Foundation for the Welfare of the Crippled was established in 1954 and came under the gracious patronage of the Royal Grandmother in 1955. It is a private non-profit institution for public benefit. The Foundation then set up Srisangwal School in 1965.
Our objective is to help handicapped children help themselves.
What We Do
We provide 24-hour and 7-day care, accommodation and meals to over 300 handicapped children.
We provide rehabilitation and regular physical therapy to help the children to improve their physical abilities and overcome their physical disabilities, so that they will be able to help themselves in the future.
We provide education for children aged 3 to 18. The school offers the standard curriculum of the Ministry of Education from kindergarten to Grade 9 as well as special classes for mentally handicapped children.
Students are especially encouraged to participate in music, sports and various extra-curricular activities.
We aim to equip students with basic vocational skills which will enable them to earn a living and help themselves after they leave the school. These include computer programming, hairdressing and basic cooking.
We provide support and follow-up on the welfare of present and former students through home visits, procurement of wheelchairs and other mobility aids, as well as academic scholarships.
What We Achieve
Smiling faces: happy children in a supportive, loving and caring environment.
Successful alumni: graduates who are able to support themselves and go on in life to excellence, including Paralympic medalists, top academic professionals, and business owners.
Our main source of funds is from donations by individuals, the private sector, and government agencies.
Limited sponsorship has allowed our foundation to continue our hard work in a limited manner, but we are still unable to provide the level of comprehensive and adequate assistance we strive for. Our foundation lacks sufficient funds for treatment, therapy, wheelchairs, metal casts, and scholarships. Treatment facilities are inadequate to meet the needs of the handicapped. Please help us help the children.
* Donation receipts can also be used for income tax deductions *
Bank transfer options:
Direct transfer to the bank account "Foundation for the Welfare of the Crippled", through
- Bangkok Bank (Pak Kret five-way intersection branch), SWIFT Code: BKKBTHBK Saving Account no. : 207-2-90429-3
- Siam Commercial Bank (Pak Kret branch), SWIFT Code: SICOTHBK Saving Account no. : 305-2-38448-2
Personal cheque, payable to
- "Foundation for the Welfare of the Crippled"
Credit card points donation
- BBL or KTB Credit Card: 100 baht donation for every 1,000 points
Please contact email@example.com for other donation-related inquiries
“We cannot choose how we are born, but we can choose to do courageous things and to achieve great feats.”
“I would like to thank the Srisangwal School for educating me and teaching me a wide range of crucial skills that has enabled me to succeed and become the person I am today.”
- Somchai Doungkaew
Paralympic Gold Medalist 2000
“I always try my best and put in my greatest efforts in my Paralympic races. For my family and for the Thai people.”
- Sopa Intasen
Paralympic Gold Medalist 2000
“The goal isn’t just to win the race, but also to win against my own misfortunes and hardships. That is what I am truly proud of.”
“The Foundation cared for me since my early days—both physically and mentally—enabling me to dream, to face my challenges, and to stretch myself to where I am today.”
- Saichon Konjen
Paralympic Silver Medalist 2008, 2012, 2016
Asian Para Games Gold Medalist 2015
“We should not ask for sympathy; rather, we must work hard to excel and gain acceptance.”
- Professor Pongdej Chaiyakutr
Former Dean of Fine Arts Department at Chiangmai University
“The Foundation made me realize that I am not alone, that there are other people who suffer much more than myself. I became stronger and more persevering.”
- Surapol Tuangsuwan
Owner of construction material shop
“Now that I am quite successful, I want to support others as well … I want the next generation of disabled children to receive the educational opportunities I received at Srisangwal School.”
- Gularb Poolkij
Owner of “Gularb Farm & Resort”