Wanna, she’s 70 year old and live in San-Sai, Chiangmai. She has to work hard to raise "Tang Thai" her 4 years granddaughter. Tang Thai’s mother left her and didn't return since she was born. Wanna earns money by selling local food and grilled pork in the community. Later, she had to stop selling because of her old cart wheels had been broken. Her cooking equipment and containers look old and worn out making her business drop gradually. Therefore, Keeping Families Together Project stepped in to provide a new food cart with equipment for cooking to her. When customers saw the food looking cleaner and more hygienic, it helps increase her customers. Moreover, Tang Thai has received new school supplies through the project. Both grandmother and grandchild were happy. They also join the project’s family camp to bring unity, fun, and love to all families in the project. Keeping Families Together Project assists any needy children and families to improve their quality of life and to be able to stand in the society.