The Dot Property Awards alongside official charity partner Habitat for Humanity are proud to announce they will build two row houses and a water station that will provide high-quality housing to 100 people in Suphanburi province. This project was funded through the generous support of Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards 2020 winners and event attendees.
Proceeds from the Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards 2020 Charity Gala along with money raised from the event’s charity auction hosted by Habitat for Humanity Brand Ambassador and former Miss Universe Thailand, Khun Aniporn Chalermburanawong (Natt) have made project possible.
“We want to extend a heartful thanks to all of those who donated to this wonderful cause. Our mission at Dot Property is to help people find a home so the generous support for our official charity partner, Habitat for Humanity, from award winners and event attendees means the world to us,” Adam Sutcliffe, Dot Property Director, Events and International Markets, noted. “However, it is not job done yet. Not only will Dot Property be volunteering at the building site last this year, but Habitat for Humanity continues to accept donations, including building supplies, for the project.”
The project will take 12 months to complete and aims to provide safe, high-quality housing to Thailand’s most vulnerable groups. Work has already begun with initial groundwork now ongoing. Building is tentatively scheduled for the second half of 2021.
Donations are currently being accepted with both money and building materials accepted. Click here to find out how you can support the project.
The Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards recognize the best in regional real estate by honoring the leading developers, projects and companies that contribute to the sector. More than 400 Dot Property Awards have been presented since the program was launched in 2016 with previous events having been hosted in Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Metro Manila. Learn more about the Dot Property Awards 2021.