In September, Bali's lockdown resitrictions were finally eased, enabling us to start opening more renovated school and libraries.
August saw the start of a new school year, 81 graduates from school, 20 new sponsors, and huge number of renovation projects ready to open as soon as pandemic restrictions are lifted.
In July we continued our food relief drive, opened a new learning center, hit an all time sponsorship record and reached thousands with our online education programs.
June was a critical time for sponsorships, while the latest lockdown in Bali threatens children's enrollment into new schools - as well as the ability for families to earn money to buy staples. Meanwhile, we delviered 160 mattresses and renovated another kindergarten.
An intense month as our renovations continued with another four facilities opening, as well as 9,000 abuse awareness views, 4 school sponsorships and our continued appeal for COVID Food Relief Packages.
In April, Bali Children's Project opened four new learning centers, sponsored five new children for school, delivered over 100 food relief packages and more.
March brought lots of good news - three new schools opened, 17 students were sponsored and a return of the Happy Mattress appeal. Our team have been working hard to continue giving children better opportunities and we are so proud of them - and grateful to donors who enable it to happen.
In an unprecedented month, Bali Children's Project opened four new learning facilities, delivered 100s of COVID Food Relief Packages and sponsored 13 more children to stay in school.
The need for food relief is at it's highest point since the pandemic started, as families struggle to afford even basic food staples. Meanwhile, we opened two new schools, sponsored six children for school and launched our online learning platforms for 2021.
December Enewsletter In our final update to wrap up 2020, we brought news of two newly renovated schools, 16 new sponsorships and our COVID Food Relief appeal edging closer towards the 50,000 USD mark. Support our Work Our work only happens thanks to donations from kind [...]
November Enewsletter Our COVID Food Relief Appeal hits the milestone of 40,000 USD in November, 18 new sponsorships, a brand new sustainable playground and work on new learning centres and kindergarten projects.
In our October Enewsletter we had the pleasure of completing the Community Donor Project at the Banana School, while building work continued on other projects in Bali. Plus news on sponsorships and of course the impact of COVID19 together with our Food Relief Appeal.
Workshops go online, COVID deliveries pick up and work on new schools despite the pandemic.
In August Bali Children's Project continued with our COVID-19 Food Relief Appeal, while ensuring children stay sponsored for school and featured how learning centres are providing books for children during the pandemic.
Despite the pandemic, 55 studenty beat the odds to graduate from school. We also completed a lirbary renovation, sponsored more children and continued our COVID Food Relief Appeal.
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.
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.
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. [...]
As COVID-19 continued to impact on children in Bali, our wonderful supporters were there in our time of need to help us cope with cancelled sponsorships. Meanwhile our work continued in more ways than one.
February featured the opening of three projects with funders Karmagawa, news of funding for our life saving HIV and Child Protection programs, plus 10 children sponsored for school.