Suan Kru Angoon
As the team of "Suan Kru Angoon" founder, we are determine to make this area become successful like how Teacher Angoon wanted. We tell her everyday in our mind that "we are going to make it, please keep on giving us encouragement". We want to see children running around and playing in our park, people coming to relax, and lots of creative activity running in this place. Suan Kru Angoon hope to be one of the public space that encourages creativity and become a model for others who have similar idea with us.
 Volunteer Visits Project
The Volunteer Visits project, first begun in Pathum Thani province, has been field-visiting many patients and families to provide them encouragement, happiness, and relaxation by listening and talking to them. We also give the patient is family our second-hand medical equipment and adult diapers that we have received from donation, along with some food and household items.
 Sick People on the Street Project
From the work of the Thai Missing Project by the Mirror Foundation, we found out that many of the missing cases are actually elderlies who have brain disorders or Alzheimer's disease that got lost. Some of them have been wandering around and living outside for so long to the point where they eventually become homeless and have a high risk of being abused to death. However, the problem has not been raised in the public and no related agencies in the field have taken any action.
 Rai Som Learning Center (The Mirror Foundation - Fang)
Rai Som Learning Center is a free-school project by The Mirror Foundation in corporation with support from government agencies and private organizations. Our project began in 2006 and has been operating in the 3 provinces of northern Thailand ever since: Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, and Mae Hong Son.
 Computer for Children Project
Our project has found out that many small schools in remote areas are still in lack of learning resources, particularly computer devices. Computer is a learning equipment that students can use for searching information. In this 21st century world where we are all in a digital age, students in the rural area have far less access to digital datas comparing to students in the city. Furthermore, although the government may have allocate some budget for this particular issue, it is stil not sufficient enough for students to have one computer device for each of their own use.