July saw us transform yet another building - this time turning an old 'ghost house' into a fantastic new learning centre. Meanwhile we opened another kindergarten, sponsored 14 more children and wished our 22 graduates well as they move into the big wide world. All in July's Enewsletter.
Fourteen Children Sponsored in July July broke our 2018 record for the number of children sponsored for school - a huge 14 children who would have dropped out now have school futures. It's all thanks to July's 13 new sponsors, who kindly committed to giving children from disadvantaged backgrounds a future. Sponsorship is so important because it gives [...]
From Ghost House to Bali Children used to be scared to go into the teachers house in their school in Kintamani - so scared they called it 'the ghost house'. But now, thanks to support from Karmagawa and the Timothy Sykes Foundation, Bali Children's Project renovated the ghost house into a wonderful new learning centre - The Mark [...]
July is the best time of year for Bali Children’s Project. Why? Because all the hard work of sponsorships really pays off, in the form of graduating children. This year, we are delighted to have 22 children who have graduated from school. It may not sound like a huge amount, but these 22 children [...]
Sponsor a Child for School in Bali Anastasia, Sponsorships Manager at Bali Children's Project gives a short video insight into how the school sponsorships program works. To become a sponsor, please see here. To sponsor a child for School, please see our Sponsorship Waiting List, and set up a monthly [...]
Wijaya Kusuma Kindergarten Transformation Bali Children's Project is delighted to open yet another kindergarten, transforming Wijaya Kusuma by renovating a community building. Previously children would study a small, dark room with no supplies. There are many more kindergartens in Bali needing help. If you can donate supplies or help us [...]
June saw our Hundred Backpacks Appeal hit 59 backpacks, while we met new students desperately needing sponsorship before starting the new academic year. Elsewhere, we celebrated the opening of three new facilities in the Kintamani area.
Six Children Sponsored in June Bali Children's Project were able to sponsor a further six children for school in June, thanks to new sponsorships for children from our Sponsorship Waiting List. The sponsorships come at a crucial time - as the school year changes and a new year starts in July, children and their families are expected to [...]
A Day to Remember Children in the mountains of Bali had a day to remember as Timothy Sykes and friends from Karmagawa visited Bali to open two new schools and a learning centre. Kintamani Schools Up in the mountains of Kintmani, Bali Children's Project has been working on a series of new projects [...]
Learning Centres in Bali Bali Children's Project introduce our Libraries and Learning Centres program, which supplies Balinese Elementary schools with great new facilities, helping to educate children from disadvantaged areas. There are many more libraries and Learning Centres in Bali needing help. If you can donate books or help us [...]
Backpacks Raised so far Donors USD raised Total Raised so Far 54 Backpacks so Far Supporters from all over the world are banding together to give children from poor families the start they need for school. Bali Children's Project have appealled to supporters to help provide [...]
Senganan's New Library An end of year surprise came to children at SDN 6 Senganan Elementary School, as supporter Melanie donated to give the library a new paint job. Making libraries fun and inspiring places to be is so important in helping children read. Senganan Library suffered a similar issue to many libraries [...]
We launched our Hundred Backpacks Appeal to help children from poor families start school with a smile. Meanwhile, new learning facility projects were coming along in the Kintamani area.
Six Sponsored in May Our thanks goes out to new sponsors in May 2018 who are changing the lives of children who would have dropped out of school. Instead of dropping out and searching for basic labour jobs, these children now have the opportunity to reach their dreams, by graduating from school. Without high [...]
Sykes Schools Nearly Ready Two more schools in Bali are nearing completion thanks to ongoing support from Timothy Sykes. Both situated in Kintamani, the first project delivers a new Learning Centre for a heavily subscribed elementary, while 10 minutes away, a new kindergarten is being completed. Sykes Commitment The two latest projects [...]
Karma Spreads to Apuan School Karma was spread in more ways than one earlier this month, as our friends at Karma House helped us to put the finishing touches to Apuan Elementary's library. Apuan Elementary Apuan Elementary had been on our libraries waiting list for quite some time. The school had a very [...]
Child Protection Workshops Reach 1,000s in Bali Bali Children's Project is reaching our to over 10,000 elementary students over 2018, teaching about something that is not often spoken about - abuse. Abuse in Bali Abuse is a prickly subject in Bali. It's not easy to talk about. The figures of abuse seem to [...]
The grand opening of Dausa Preschool and Kindergarten, as well as our new video of our latest project starting in Kintamani.
Six Sponsored in April Thank you to new sponsors Jessica, Carolyne, Angelica, and Nikki, who between them sponsored six children for school in April. Sponsorships in 2018 are picking up some momentum now, as 6 more needy young Balinese children were given the opportunity to stay in school, thanks to new sponsors. Sponsorship focuses [...]
1st May 2018. What do Instagram, mobile phone applications and HIV-AIDS awareness clubs have in common? They’re all part of our plan to engage schools and communities in life saving proactive sexual health education in Bali. […]