ExxonMobil and employees support Equitable Education Funds (EEF)

Bangkok - ExxonMobil Limited and employees of ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand donated 156,837 baht to the Equitable Education Funds (EEF) to support the Children and Youth in Educational Crisis Center project, which helps children who are at risk of dropping out of the education system due to multidimension problems, e.g., family problems and economic problems.

Siriwan Prommool (4th right), Asia Pacific procurement operations manager and PRIDE Thailand Chapter sponsor, Woranun Sakulsiritarakul (3rd right), public and government affairs advisor, together with representatives from PRIDE Thailand Chapter, ExxonMobil Limited, presented the fund to Vipavee Purushahansa (4th left), strategic partnerships division manager, and Arisa Kaewlee (left), strategic partnerships account manager, department of public communications & partnerships, EEF.

PRIDE Thailand Chapter was established to promote and create awareness and understanding of diversity in the workplace, especially gender diversity, leading to a happy and respectful work environment. PRIDE Thailand Chapter organized a donation campaign to promote education equality.

As an affiliate of Exxon Mobil Corporation, ExxonMobil Limited emphasizes doing business operations that go along with social responsibility while engaging, creating, and supporting development in the operating communities.

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