205 backpacks raised, 41 school graduates, a new library opened and much more in a jam packed July for Bali Children's Project.
A wonderful month in June as supporters helped us was over 180 School Entry Backpacks! Plus we much more in our June enewsletter below.
2019 Annual Review Bali Children’s Project is delighted to announce our latest Annual Review is now available. Click the image below to read or download the full Annual Review. The Annual Review invites readers to learn a little more about Bali Children’s Project and the range of programs that we run. With an introduction from Founder Linda Venter, you [...]
April saw a record breaking month for sponsorships, two new school projects commence and the launch of our new Sex Education mobile web application for teens.
2018: A Year to Remember As we see out the twilight of 2018, Bali Children’s Project takes a look back at some of the achievements over the course of the year. Impacting tens of thousands of children, Bali Children’s Project’s work in 2018 created a huge impact for children and families in Bali. Below are just some of [...]
New schools opened, a wonderful learning centre, six children sponsored and more!
Backpack delight over Bali as we delivered 75 new backpacks thanks to a successful appeal. We opened two new schools and put the finishing touches on Leonore's second learning centre. All this and more in our September update.
Introducing Leonore's second learning centre, launching the new school year with workshops and more children sponsored in August 2018.
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.
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.