Thank you to all who donated towards this project. Thanks to your support, we have raised our target can commence the renovation. Raised so far... Progress so far... FULLY FUNDED! The Banana School is an underequipped kindergarten in rural Bali. Donate and help us to reach our target of 5,000 USD to renovate [...]
In July, Bali Children's Project is excited to have sponsored 23 new students for school in July - all of whom were on the brink of dropping out of school. It's been a crucial time for children - the new school year has just started. It's meant children have had to choose their high schools. For many children, that's [...]
Against the odds, 55 students from poverty stricken families have graduated from school, thanks to sponsorships from kind donors. In Bali, official figures show 1 in 5 students will not graduate high school. We find these students and help them to pay their fees. The sponsorships are life changing. Students who faced a future of manual labor now have [...]
Bali Children’s Project is proud to announce a brand new learning centre for the village of Wanagiri, funded by a generous private donor. Although school is currently closed in Bali due to the pandemic, the need for quality learning facilities has stayed the same. Schools are tentatively due to reopen under a ‘new normal’, and our focus remains firmly [...]
Bali Children's Project is proud to announce that thanks to a worldwide effort from donors, we have raise over 26,000 USD for COVID-19 Food Relief Packages. It's an incredible total which has enabled us to deliver 668 Food Packages to needy families. The deliveries are continuing in July as families struggle to cope with Bali's decimated economy. From tourism [...]
Our appeal reached an amazing 556 Food Relief Packs for families who have been struggling to make ends meet, along with a record breaking month of single sponsorships for children to stay in school.
Hot off the renovation of a brand new kindergarten in central Bali, supporters EnviTours have generously donated Food Relief Packages to 35 families in the village. Ayu Trisna, Schools Support Manager was there to deliver the supplies. “The people were so happy to receive the food packages. You can see how much it means to them. It has not [...]
As June comes to a close and the new school year also ends, Bali Children’s Project is thankful to June’s 31 new sponsors. June and July are some of the most important times of the year for children. They have finished their school year and look on to their next year. In Bali, moving up a year also is [...]
Long term supporters Karma Group have once again gone above and beyond by helping students in Bali access education. With schools closed since March, students have been told to study at home, using online studying tools of Zoom, email and Google Classroom. It’s not ideal but has been one of the solutions to maintain learning during the pandemic. It [...]
Coronavirus can’t keep Balinese kindergarteners from celebrating their graduation! Under strict hygiene standards, students were invited back to the Bali Children’s Project Kindergarten in Ubud to celebrate their achievement. 28 students were split into smaller groups of 3-5 students each. They were greeted by their dedicated teachers, who handed over their graduation certificates. It’s the first educational achievement in [...]
The big educational news this week was that Bali has set out its plan to start reopening schools. With the 19/20 school year formally over in June, schools should be starting for the new year again in July. The measures were announced by Bali Education Board on a live YouTube feed. Green, Yellow, Orange and Red Zones On the [...]
With an influx of sponsorship cancellations, Bali Children's Project is seeking new sponsors to help keep students in school. As the world continues to grapple with coronavirus, children in Bali are seeing their futures affected too. With a new school year starting soon - and therefore even more increased school costs, students are relying on sponsorships to keep them [...]
May Enewsletter: See the latest from our COVID-19 Food Relief Appeal as well as how we've been continuing to help children with less all over Bali, despite the pandemic.
Despite the difficult times, Bali Children's Project is so grateful to have received 14 new sponsorships in May. It means that 14 children now have a brighter future to look forward too. With almost every area of Bali affected by the pandemic, families are finding it even harder to find work. For families that were already living in poverty, [...]
Despite the pandemic, Bali Children's Project donors have helped to renovate a Mangesta Library in anticipation for schools to reopen once again. Early this year, we asked supporters to help contribute to help us reach our target of 3,500 USD to transform Mangesta Library. By the end of March, we were able to reach our target, thanks to several [...]
Thanks to supporters, we have already raised 324 Food Relief Packages for families impacted economically by the COVID19 pandemic.
The Bali Children's Project team is getting ready for a busy week on the front line, distributing much needed Food Relief Packages. Our ongoing Bali COVID-19 Appeal has been a great success so far, with over 10,000 USD raised to provide Food Relief Packages for Bali's most needy. It's meant that we have already raised over 270 food packages. [...]
An appeal recently launched by Bali Children's Project has so far raised 10,854 USD for Food Relief Packages in Bali. Having seen tourism ground to a halt and a slowdown in the economy, many families who were already living on the brink are finding life even more difficult. Even basic labor work is harder to come by, with a [...]
Thanks to supporters, Bali Children's Project has been able to donate critical protective equipment (N95 masks) to healthcare workers on the frontline of the pandemic. While there are relatively low numbers of official COVID-19 cases in Bali, there are fears that many have never been identified. Schools in Bali have been closed and the borders effectively shut, meaning Bali's [...]
COVID-19 is dominating most people's lives and in Bali it has been the case too. With tourism effectively cancelled, the economy has ground to a halt. It has left many people without an income and made poverty even more of a stuggle. Join us in our campaign to deliver food packages to the most needy in Bali. [...]