Creating jobs where there is no economic activity
Prissana has always felt the need to transmit her passion for the art of designing and crafting clay flowers. Since 1999, she used to visit Sakhew and Sukhothai provinces (East and North of Thailand) where she trained the village women on this art of crafting cold cast ceramic flowers so that they can have a personal know-how and develop their own handcraft skills to have a dignified livelihood.
The company entrusts the customers' orders to women workers in these villages so as to allow them to earn while working in their own home and area where it is almost impossible to find a job. They don’t need to spend time and money to travel and work in the factory. This policy adopted by the company gives the solution to reunite workers' family together in the villages and increase their quality of life. This is our small way to support local communities.
In 2006, Priss and Peach Co., Ltd. decided to build a local library for young people as a service to the local community, in Charoenkrung area where the company is located. Though the company is a small family business, they feel that they have the responsibility to share something back to the society. Since young people is the future of the country, they want to contribute in developing them to be responsible and good citizens of their country.
Both, Mr. and Mrs. Tangsin, actually come from a medical background which make them feel concerned about people and environment. They believe education is the prior key to access for a better life so they thought that providing a library in the community will encourage young people to read more and learn by themselves. It's also to provide them with a good alternative to spend their time wisely.
“For the moment, it may seem to be a very small contribution, but I am convinced that every meadow needs at least one blooming flower…” Prissana T.
“If every company made a small social contribution, the world would change a lot.” Pichai T.