WBC MuayThai Youth Cares regrets to announce that all our activities will be suspended until further notice. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy during this unfortunate time of uncertainty.
14 January 2020 On January 14 2020, it is National Children's day in Thailand. Thai families often celebrate children's day by taking their children to do something fun and enjoyable. It's also a day for Thai citizens to acknowledge the important role children possess in the development and functioning of their [...]
11 January 2020 Earlier this year, his Majesty the King's royal guidance regarding the topic of quality education stated that, "All children must study and be equipped with knowledge and virtue so that they will grow up to become adults of high quality and will bring goodness and progress to themselves [...]
2nd December 2019. Fun filled day visiting future Muaythai boxing champions at Master Toddy’s Muaythai Academy. As part of our program to witness the development of Youth Muaythai in gyms around the country. We promote the use of protection gears for safety to all. [...]
20th June 2019. In an event hosted by the World Boxing Council Muaythai Youth Cares Program, at the Moscow residence of the Thailand Ambassador to Russia, grand masters of Muaythai from Thailand, and a host of young Russian Muaythai enthusiasts gathered with former WBC Muaythai champions to showcase the [...]
April 21, 2019. Tokyo, Japan – April 20, 2019: WBC Muaythai Youth Cares, the program to inspire new generation boxers and help to expand Muaythai youth community around the world, have organized Wai Kru ritual ceremony at Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo. H.E. Bannasarn Bunnag, [...]
March 30, 2019. Today is a very special day for us., as we held the inauguration of WBC Muaythai Youth Cares. Six young fighters and their families traveled to Bangkok, from a variety of northern provinces, to receive monetary scholarships to help them continue with their formal education, whilst also [...]