happy youngsters learn Thai boxing

Young kids at Rawai gym

The Rawai Muay Thai Kids Fund sponsors young children who train at the camp. The gym provides for housing, food, clothing and daily training. The young athletes fight every month and go to school on the weekends.

Our goal at Rawai Muay Thai is to provide a healthy and safe environment for poor children who want to learn Muay Thai, the Thai national sport. It is the dream of many young children to become Muay Thai superstars. We don’t necessarily strive to make superstars but rather focus on teaching the young athletes to become good people, stressing the importance of core values: discipline, respect, loyalty, teamwork.

Tuk, the owner of Rawai Muay Thai, knows first-hand what these young boxers’ life is like. He grew up in this area, his family was poor. His father was a fisherman and his mother sold food int he market. As a young boy Tuk was sent to Bangkok to fight. Thai boxing has given him a good life and now it’s time to give back.


If you want to help these young kids you can make a donation. Details and information are provided below.



If you have a Paypal account then this is an easy and secure way to make a donation. Rawai Muay Thai’s Paypal account is: info-khaolak@rawaimuaythai.com

You can also make a donation through your bank by wire transfer. Below is Rawai Muay Thai’s bank account information:

make a donation to the Rawai Kids Fund


Account name: Diana Campillo

Account number: 566-2-09133-4
Bank Name: Kasikornbank

Bank address:
Khao Lak Phang Nga Sub Branch
28/26-28 M. 7
Phetkasame Road, Khuk Kak
Takua Pa, Phang Nga
82190 Thailand

young boxers sponsored in the gym

Wangna, Tepwarit and Madsing.

Where does your donation go? We use all money donated to Rawai Kids Fund to pay for the children’s clothing, housing, medical expenses, travel to fights and of course, training.

We also support other gyms in villages and communities nearby with their effort to provide a safe environment for children to learn the sport of Muay Thai and the values that go with it. Gyms in Thailand do not get any government help. So it is up to us to help them raise the next generation of boxers.