Leading celebrities and companies join 'the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF' to help children in need

17 June 2022
The Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF Press Conference
UNICEF Thailand/2022/Sukhum Preechapanich
Celebrities and private sector join the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF to help children in need. From left to right: Mew - Suppasit Jongcheveerat (actor) , Peck - Palitchoke Ayanaputra (Friend of UNICEF), Kyungsun Kim (UNICEF Representative for Thailand), Pattanapong Nuphan (Acting Managing Director, Ch7HD), Jinn Jinnaa (actor), Tubtim - Anyarin Terathananpat (actress) and ChingChing - Kharittha Sungsaopath (actress).

BANGKOK, 17 June 2022 - Friends of UNICEF, leading celebrities and the private sector join the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF, a televised variety show by UNICEF, to mobilize support for children in need in Thailand and around the world, particularly those most vulnerable and facing challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. The show will go live on Channel 7HD on Saturday, 2 July 2022, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Hosted by Kai Samapol and Tuitui Putthachart, the fourth edition of the Blue Carpet Show will bring Friend of UNICEF Peck Palitchoke Ayanaputra and leading celebrities, such as Pexky Sretunya, Off Jumpol, Gun Atthaphan, Trinity and many more from Channel 7HD, to perform onstage and make surprise calls to personally thank those donating to UNICEF during the show.

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In addition to music performances, touching stories of UNICEF’s support reaching children across the world will be shared in four short films featuring Friends of UNICEF and celebrities on missions. Peck Palitchoke will tell the story of how UNICEF Magic Box sets of books and toys are helping young children in Bangkok’s Klong Toey community continue their play and learning despite COVID-19 disruption. On her mission to Lampun Province, Friend of UNICEF Min Pechaya Wattanamontri will show how oxygen concentrators helped save the lives of people with COVID-19 and respiratory diseases in remote areas. Kem - Hussawee Pakrapongpisun, an actor from Channel 7HD, will tell the stories of children with severe acute malnutrition in Malawi, while UNICEF Thailand Goodwill Ambassador Mr. Anand Panyarachun will talk about UNICEF’s Blue Dot refugee support centres that are helping children and families fleeing the war in Ukraine.

To kick off the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF, UNICEF’s Teddy Blu Collection of limited-edition merchandise was launched yesterday at the press conference. Peck Palitchoke Ayanaputra, Mew Suppasit Jongcheveerat, Jinn Jinnaa, Tubtim - Anyarin Terathananpat, ChingChing -  Kharittha Sungsaopath, Ter Ratthanant and Tuitui Putthachart joined the press conference at CentralWorld shopping centre to promote the show and introduce Teddy Blu T-shirts and bracelets, which are now available for online purchase at UNICEF and Central Tham.

Throughout June, fans of BNK 48, Off-Gun, Up Poompat, Poon and Offroad, and Sky Wongravee can take part in activities under the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF, such as the JOOX Live Room and Photo Studio with their favourite celebrities who will be raising awareness and mobilizing public support for children in need.

The Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF is supported by Channel 7HD, which provides free airtime for the show; Central Group as the Teddy Blu Collection partner, which provides 100 per cent of the profits from merchandise sales to support UNICEF; as well as Platinum-level sponsor Supalai, Silver-level sponsor Bangkok Bank and corporate partners Siam Cement Group, Central Pattana and Mobile Connect.

In the past 75 years, UNICEF has worked for child survival, protection and development in more than 190 countries and for children affected by emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stay tuned for the Blue Carpet Show for UNICEF on Saturday, 2 July 2022 at 6-8 p.m. on Channel 7HD.

To make a purchase from the Teddy Blu Collection, please visit:  or www.centraltham.com/bluecarpet   The merchandise will also be available from 15 July at Good Goods in the CentralWorld shopping centre.

To make a donation, please use the following:

  • Bank transfer: Bangkok Bank 201-3-01324-4
  • Online donation: www.unicef.or.th/bluecarpet
  • SMS: Type 300 send to 4712300, to donate THB 300

Media contacts

Iman Morooka
Chief of Communication
UNICEF Thailand
Tel: 061-414-6488
Nattha Keenapan
Communication Officer
UNICEF Thailand Country Office


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