1. Homeless person: a person who lives in public areas such as on the street since he owns no land or has been evicted from his own land.
2. Gypsy: a person who lives in public spaces for instance; the street, Sanamluang, Sapanput (memorial bridge area), Hua Lumpong, Mo Chit, Lumpini, and under the highway or the bridge, usually urban areas such as bus terminals, markets, and tourist spots. The reasons of being gypsy vary among diverse problems for example; unemployment, family dilemma, handicap, following the parents, as well as seeking for freedom.
3. Homeless gypsy: a person who moves out from his/her own place for whatever reason, live in public spaces, or even set up a new family in public. Homeless gypsy can move around or temporarily settle down at some places.
4. Homeless children / Homeless family: children who live on the street or other public areas which could be divided into groups according to;
1) where they live for example; children who live and make their living on the street, children who live under bridges, market, beaches, or construction sites
2) their jobs such as beggars, workforces, gangsters, and sex-workers
3) their ways of living for example; family lives on street that move to particular places according to their jobs such as construction-site workers and fishermen, and people who prefer to live by themselves for some reasons such as family problems, broken family, poverty which could widely be defined as laborer’s children, slum children, tribal children, stateless children, and foreign children
NOTE: in particular cases children under 15 (no ID card) can grow up in public spaces until set up their families and turn into homeless families which then the kids that were born to these families are likely to be permanent homeless children since they have no ID cards and neither do their parents
5. Alcoholism can cause trouble at people’s work as well their health, can be chronic even losing self-control leading to many negative results socially, politically, mentally, and physically which many patients do not realize that these problems caused by alcoholism.These people might be motivated by denial or refusal from their families since they are alcoholic, otherwise they might use alcohol to relieve their pain for too long therefore later become addicted to it
6. Mental patients in public: people who have mental illness that might get lost from their homes and later on become gypsies anyhow including homeless gypsy who have psychological or mental problems as well.
NOTE:“Dementia” or mental deterioration is a non-specific illness syndrome which affects areas of brain such as memory, attention, language, and problem-solving as well as a person’s daily-life. It can be separated into 2 groups; Alzheimer's disease and strokes which usually happen with old people.
7. Sex-worker: people who earn their living from sexual services, provide mental and physical pleasure for customers in exchange of money. Having this job maybe the result of poverty, problems in family, personal reasons such as being nobody and bad environment. Some of them are both sex-workers and service-ladies.
8. Former prisoner: people who already served their time in prison but receive neither chance nor forgiveness from their community therefore force them to live in public.
9. Urban poor: people who live in slum or have no permanent home, distant from social welfare, face economic problem, indebted, thus seek their chances in the city however, with high living expenses too no hope as they expected, they have no place to go and no land to return so they become people who live in public areas.
10. People who temporarily stay in public: people who have special purposes to stay in public for a length of time for example; to visit relatives at nearby hospital, to work in the factory, or to work as motorcyclist but not enough money to rent the room/apartment therefore use public spaces to rest at night.
Plaes Donation Bank info : Savings Account : Voluntary Activity Creation Association,Krung Thai Bank, Central Pinklao branch, account number 031-0-03432-9 or Bangkok Bank, Min Buri branch, account number 145-5-24762-5