Funding a library in Bali is as rewarding as it gets. Renovating, supplying and training schools is one of the best ways we can support literacy in Bali. Funders are invited to see the projects upon completion.

*all costs given below are estimates, with full budgets and building quotes refined once a project has a potential funder.

Whether you are a school, business, teacher or individual just wanting to do a good thing, our ‘fund a library’ program is open for funding.  You can see our whole list of schools currently in need, waiting for you to transform literacy.

See below, or find out exactly why Bali needs more libraries here.

Seraya Library

Project Type: Medium Sized Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $10,400 USD

Students: 102

About

Up in the rural mountains of Bali, this library never really had children learning inside. It’s because the books are old and not so interesting. There’s no comfortable seating and the building is showing signs of decay. The school has kept it clean and tried to encourage students to read, but when children aren’t interested, it’s hard to inspire them. We aim to turn this library into a beautiful learning center, if we can find a donor to fund it.

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Tulikup Library

Project Type: Medium Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $8,000 USD

Students: 143

About

With only an old ping pong table as furniture and very old books, Tulikup Library rarely gets used. Even though the school have kept it clean, it is just not an inspiring place for students. A renovation will change all of that.

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Sambirenteng Library

Project Type: Medium Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $9,750 USD

Students: 193

About

Sambirenting Library, like so many others has a building, but lacks the books and furniture. The building requires repair too, having had hardly any investment. The library can be transformed, but of course we will need funding in order to do this.

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Dawan Library

Project Type: Medium Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $9,700 USD

Students: 115

About

From a distance, Dawan library may look reasonable, but a closer inspection shows why the library is rarely used by students. The books are just old workbooks and hardly inspiring for children. We plan to make building repairs, along with providing a full bright and cheerful renovation so students can learn to read in a comfortable environment.

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Pengotan Library

Project Type: Medium Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $9,700 USD

Students: 144

About

Pengotan, fabled for it’s traditional Balinese village life seems to have been preserved in time. With that though, so has the local elementary school library. With most books dating back to the 1980s and an old, tired building, students here rarely visit their library anymore. We’re hoping to renovate the library, providing building fixes, new books, furniture, computers and a mural to bring this library to life.

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Amlapura High

Project Type: Major Renovation

Percentage Complete: 0%

Remaining Costs: $25,520 USD

Students: 712

About

On the outskirts of Amlapura City, we hope to renovate our first ever junior high school library. The school serves 7 times more than the average number of elementary school students. A large building, their library is poor in quality, with the holes in the roof and a damp ceiling that could fall at any time. The library is cramped and full of dusty old black and white text books. It requires a large renovation with more books and furniture that our smaller sized renovations.

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