Gift of Happiness Foundation

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Gift of Happiness Foundation
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Founded 2009; 9 years ago (2009)
Founder Edward Haworth
Area served
South-East Asia
Key people
Edward Haworth (Operations Director)
4 (2010)

The Gift of Happiness Foundation (GOHF) is a charity under the Royal patronage of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand that's dedicated to helping poor children in Bangkok and throughout Thailand. The Gift of Happiness Foundation is a Registered Charity in the Kingdom of Thailand (Registration number: Kor Tor 1914)


The Gift of Happiness Foundation serves happiness through giving simple slap-stick comedy shows and useful donations to people who’s entire lives as innocent victims of fate, may be filled with only negative, abusive or unhappy experiences. We know that positive experiences, like having a good old-fashioned laugh, helps children living in difficult circumstances to cope and gives them a great memory that no-one can steal from them. Gift of Happiness Foundation also aim to distribute a wide range of donations at Orphanages, Crisis Centres for abused women and children, Bangkok slums, refugee camps along the Thai/Burmese border, HIV/AIDS centres, homes and schools for physically & mentally challenged children.


The Gift of Happiness Foundation is funded purely by donations. Donations have been collect from several organisations in Bangkok, including The St Georges Society,[1] The Anglo-Thai Society [2]

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  1. ^ "Gift of Happiness Foundation". St Georges Society. 27 October 2009. Archived from the original on 2012-03-28. 
  2. ^ "Gift of Happiness Foundation". Anglo-Thai Society. 22 July 2010. 

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