Yangon Team, Players and Fans Donate For Flood Suffered People from Ka Lai Village , Bago Division.
Yangon United team, football players and fans donated supporting materials including food, drinking water and rehydration powder on August 13 for people who live in Ka Lai village and neighboring villages, Thanutpin townships, Pegue division. On the behalf of the team, Yangon United’s players Khin Maung Lwin, Ya Zar Win Thein, Kyaw Ko Ko, Yan Aung Kyaw, Aung Zaw, Aung Moe, Pyae Phyo Aung came along with Yangon team’s some diehard fans made donation.
Thanks of helpful local people, donation group got monastery that stands at top of Ka Lai village, Tha Nut Pin townships, Bago division where flood victims are rescued, by motorway till Tha Nut Pin Hta Wara Water Tunnel gate and by motorboats from this water gate to Ka Lai village.
Group of Yangon United team, players and fans donated over two hundred of KTM brand drinking water bottles, dried noodle for fast food and others foods, rehydration powder, medicine and some clothes for flood suffered people by means of arriving their villages.
Furthermore, they also donated one lakhs and four thousand kyats as donation money at Ka Lai Ywar Oo monastery.
“It is difficult transportation and being remote area in this side what make donors never had been come here. While the flood is occurring, nurseries are already planted. No more to do it again. Even when the flood is over, we don’t have money to buy it again. Even survival is big trouble here now. We only knew that donors come from football team. We don’t have electricity yet. So we couldn’t watch even television and never heard of this team. They said that they are Myanmar selection players. We had never seen them before. When we are in troubles, they come here even by motorway and motorboats. So we thank them so much” one of Ka Lai villagers said.
Yangon United team captain Khin Maung Lwin says “Because of our Yangon United team president and administration board, we could do such kind of charities very often. I really moved with sympathy because of getting chance to make donation in really needed area. And my thanks belong to Yangon fans who are cooperating.”