Royal Cliff rewards the childrens staff with Scholarships worth over THB 300,000

General Press Releases Tuesday January 23, 2018 08:48
Bangkok--23 Jan--Royal Cliff Hotels Group

Smiling faces and happiness all around amongst the Royal Cliff's staff as the senior management handed the annual scholarship to the staff. Royal Cliff is committed in taking care of their staff as best they can especially the staff with high loyalty and integrity. The scholarship fund was set up to reward the employee's children that perform well in school. To win the scholarship the employee must be performing well at work and their children must get good grades.

Divided into 3 levels, the fund was distributed among 76 students to support their studies in the current academic year. One - year scholarships valuing to up to a total of more than THB 300,000 were granted to 15 kindergarten students, 30 primary school students and 31 high school and vocational students who were chosen based on their exceptional academic performances. The heartwarming ceremony was attended by Mrs. Panga Vathanakul, the Managing Director of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group together with members of the senior management and will be held every year with the aim to continuously support the academic ambitions of the children of Royal Cliff employees.

"Supporting our staff and their families remains an important initiative for the Royal Cliff Hotels Group." Mrs. Panga Vathanakul, the Managing Director of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group said. "We are pleased to recognize these exceptional and talented students who are part of the Royal Cliff family and want to do our part in providing the essential support in helping each of them reach their full potential and pursue their dreams."

Giving back to the community has always been a part of Royal Cliff's identity. As part of its long-lasting CSR program, it has supported and worked with vital charitable institutions throughout the years that have promoted the education of children and significantly improved the quality of life of those in need.

Situated on a 64-acre private parkland estate overlooking the stunning Gulf of Thailand, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group operates four award-winning hotels providing guests from home and abroad with the ultimate experience. Book your stay directly and get the best price guaranteed along with value-added optional extras that will enhance your hotel experience by visiting www.royalcliff.com, contacting Reservations at (+66) 38 250 421 ext. 2824 or emailing: reservations@royalcliff.com.

For more information on the Royal Cliff Hotels Group, please visit www.royalcliff.com.

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