managed by David K.
Compelled by love and service to the people of Southeast Asia, the PanRak Foundation actively works to identify, strengthen, and equip individuals and organizations through support of education, medical training, leadership training, reconciliation, cultural heritage, and humanitarian service in Thailand, Burma (Myanmar) and throughout Southeast Asia.
The Pan Rak Foundation was founded in 2011 in recognition of over 50 years of service in Thailand by Allan and Joan Eubank. Pan Rak was established to provide a way to continue to honor their dedication and to carry on their values and service in Thailand and beyond. Many of the projects and grants established by their work will be carried on under the Pan Rak Foundation.
Pan Rak was granted Foundation status in May 2013 and is run by a dedicated staff. Benjawan Thanyarach is our Accountant and Kittikoon Wichitponpaiboon runs the Logistics. It is run under the leadership of an active board of directors---Pa-Wongdeaun (Sugar) Yontararak, President; Laurie Eubank, Vice President; Taweechai Termkunanon, Treasurer; Benjawan Thanyarach, Secretary---in Thailand. Pan Rak is co-directed by Allan Eubank and his Thai daughter Laurie Eubank, with Amy Galetzka as the Deputy Director and CFO.
Vision: To share God’s love in tangible ways that bless people.
Mission: To bring help, hope and love through the support of education, health, relief, leadership development, and culture.
The objective of Pan Rak Foundation is to support:
1. Educational and leadership opportunities.
2. Medical care and training.
3. Development through cultural art forms.
4. Sustainable development programs such as handicrafts and social venture enterprises.
5. Humanitarian relief efforts.
6. Cooperation with other charitable foundations for the purpose of helping people in need.
7. Activities for the common good and which are not related to politics or individual political leaders.
Our past and current activities include support for Individuals, Health Projects, Relief, Education and Development. Individuals are supported for personal emergency needs and various reasons for support. Health projects include patient care, prosthetic legs for landmine victims, medical training, clinic and a medical school. Relief projects support displaced people in areas where people are oppressed/persecuted.