Ducky makes Happy Dolls

Welcome to the happy dolls website

The Happy Dolls Project was created to make people feel "happy" as we know that a smile is a simple but effective way to make people feel better instantly! :)


Here at the Happy Dolls Project we believe that no matter what your age, situation, background or culture, everyone can benefit from a special friend who, with a little imagination, can love and care for you perhaps when you need it most.


This project aims to assist children in rural places, living in underprivileged hill tribe communities in the North of Thailand and migrant camps in the South receive a better education as well as disadvantaged Thai children such as orphans, street kids, children with disabilities or long term health problems who could use a friend and a reassuring smile from one of these very special dolls. The idea is that they receive one of these Happy dolls, feel less alone and find their smile again :)


When you purchase one of our Happy dolls you will also be donating to a good cause as proceeds from each doll goes to helping a child in Thailand receive an education so that they may eventually earn a salary that frees them and their families from a life of poverty.


Alternatively you can make a small donation to enable a sick or lonely child here to receive a Happy Doll on your behalf.


Since we started our project on December 2009, we have made specific campaign to:

  • 50 dolls provided to hilltribe children on the Children Day, 9 January 2010, who are lack of opportunity to get any gift because of their parents are poor and can't effort to buy gift for them. This campaigned has been supported by friends from many places, e.g. group of friends in Canada, friend from Netherlands, volunteer teacher friends in Thailand.

  • Participated fund-raising campaign to Help Haiti by tsunami volunteer friends, Mirror Foundation and Krung Thai Bank, 10-12 February 2010.

  • Launching program to sell Happy Dolls to support Hilltribe Education Fund, in Chiangrai, Thailand of selling from February 2010 up to April 2010.

Kob khun ka (thank you). Please don't forget to keep smiling and be happy :)


Nongluk Pituktammanat.

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