The Labour Minister’s Advisor awarded the winners of the Thai Red Cross lottery, the “lucky labour cards” for 2020, and presented the income to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, President of the Thai Red Cross Society.
On January 28, 2021, at 11.30 hours, Advisor to the Labour Minister Mrs. Thiwalrat Angkinan presided over the Thai Red Cross Lottery Awards Ceremony, the “lucky labour cards” for 2020. The occasion took place on the ground floor, Ministry of Labour. The Labour Minister’s Advisor said that “The Ministry of Labour procures income to the Ministry of Labour’s Housewife Association every year. This year, the Thai Red Cross event was organized between December 20-29, 2020, in the form of an online Red Cross event. The event included online product sales, a store design contest, a mascot contest, games, and quizzes to win prizes. It also organized the Red Cross Lottery for 2020. The Ministry of Labour created the “lucky labour cards.” The revenue from ticket sales was presented to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, President of the Thai Red Cross Society. It will be used to spend on beneficial activities in matters of public charity. Part of it is organized as scholarships for children of government officials and lower-income staff under the Ministry of Labour.
The lucky winners and prizes on this occasion were:
1st prize: a Honda city V passenger car, awarded to ticket number 19945, to Ms. Pracharinya Tongsiri
2nd prize: a Honda PCX 150/2020, awarded to ticket number 18656, to Mr. Yosakorn Wongkaew
3rd prize for a total of 9 prizes: 1-baht gold necklace, awarded to ticket numbers 17165, 19813, 20069, 20572, 20748, 34993, 35611, 41709, 48575, to:
1. Mr. Rachanon Intuphuti
2. Mr. Orathep Intorasakul
3. Wichai Kan Chang Shop
4. Miss Jittima Tangtrongwetchakit
5. Indothai Synthetics Co., Ltd.
6. Miss Pimlaphat Kliangkhao
7. Mrs. Aporn Seesa
8. Miss Somphon Chaiyaphan
9. Miss Ratchaprapa Chucho
4th prize for a total of 40 prizes; 1-salung gold necklaces (awarded to tickets ending in 798). The total of 51 prizes was valued at 1,275,500 Baht (one million two hundred seventy-five thousand five hundred Baht).
Source: Ministry of Labour