Framework

As Thailand’s first online fundraising platform, www.taejai.com connects the “givers” who want to improve society with the “recipients” who are working to effect social change. The Taejai team has selected trustworthy organisations with concrete outputs and social impacts for donors’ consideration. The team also monitors the projects and gives the donors reports on how their donations are spent. Taejai.com is a cooperation between ChangeFusion Institute under the Thai Rural Reconstruction Movement Foundation under Royal Patronage, Open Dream Ltd, TYPN, and Khonthai Foundation.

Vision

"Just and sustainable Thai society with active citizens"

Mission

  • Creating platforms for active citizens and civil society groups to raise funds for their social development work.
  • Creating a trustworthy, safe, and convenient online platform for the general public to contribute to social causes and sustainable development efforts.
  • Creating transparency and accountability standards for public donations in the civil society sector.

Stakeholders

• Sponsors, general public, and Taejai members who are donating to the projects through www.taejai.com

• Co-founders of www.taejai.com: ChangeFusion Institute under the Thai Rural Reconstruction Movement Foundation under Royal Patronage, Open Dream Ltd, TYPN, and Khonthai Foundation.

• Social development organisations which receive public donations through the taejai platform to support their operations and empower their target groups.

2021 Outputs - Outcomes of www.taejai.com

Total public donation

77,063,513 Baht

Participants

539 persons

Donors

37,177 persons

Volunteers

9 persons

Beneficiaries

77 organisations / 174,066 persons

Fundraising success 124 projects
8 project categories

Children and youth

53 projects

Elderly

11 projects

Environment

11 projects

Animals

6 projects

Vulnerable groups

29 projects

People with disabilities and patients

22 projects

Covid-19

56 projects

Disasters

10 projects

Fundraising success 124 projects
Beneficiaries include

Children

9,291 persons

Elderly

398 persons

People with disabilities and patients

14,997 persons

Vulnerable groups

146,661 persons

Homeless

5 persons

Teachers

8 persons

Medical personnel

229 persons

Researchers

20 persons

Forest rangers

3 persons

Musicians

6 Bands

Volunteers

2 persons

Forest Areas

126 areas

Elephants

232 elephants