Date Founded

PAMA House was officially opened on 7 March 2015, based in the south east of Thailand.

Story of the beginning

PAMA House started with a dream.  A dream of Dr Siridev to appropriately recognise his parents and create a legacy that would provide a safe and loving home for children of Thailand in need.  The security that comes from a roof over our heads, is one thing, but the love that comes from living in a home is another.  Jellis Craig knows all about that, as a leading Real Estate company in Melbourne they create and fill dreams on a weekly basis here in Melbourne.  But there may be no better example of the dreams they fulfil than PAMA House located three hours drive out of Bangkok.  In 2015 (check the year) Jellis Craig provided $250,000 that saw us complete the work started by Dr. Siridev and provide a home for 18 at risk children.  

In every sense of the word PAMA House is a loving home thanks to the vision of Dr. Siridev and the generosity of Jellis Craig. The focus of the staff in the home is to improve the quality of life, mind, education and skills for all of the children living in the home. 

The children will grow up with strong knowledge and good morals in society because of the values that the staff instil in the kids. PAMA House also encourages children living with the community and doing various activities that can create volunteer heart for the society by do the good things.

Home Director

Ms.Yuwapha Uthaipon

Number of Children

18 children from the local community & other province

How Hands has Helped

Through the support of Jellis Craig, Hands finished off the renovations in the initial stages, did the furnishing and continue to make additions to the home as the need is there. Additionally Hands provides 100% financial support for the children so that they can provide them with food, education, health a better future.