TRIGO helps to supply approximately 60 schools throughout Thailand with water filtration systems and hygiene education through the TRIGO Quality Life Global Grant Project.

 

The project is part of The Rotary Foundation’s Global Grants Program, which aims to have a long-term, sustainable impact, address an important need identified by the community itself, and strengthen the community’s capacity to meet its own needs.

 

“The TRIGO Group named fund is especially important as the Foundation rises to meet evolving, urgent needs of communities across the globe,” said Eric Schmelling, Chief Philanthropy Officer of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. “I am energized by our partnership and seeing this passion turn into meaningful action.”

 

TRIGO is committed to improving the lives of local communities, in alignment with its ESG Policy (Environment, Social and Governance). The TRIGO Quality Life Global Grant Project effort has already improved the lives of approximately 25,000 people in the rural and suburban areas of Thailand in 2019-2020.