In 2004 Linda Moselle Venter joined Bali Children’s Project. Over the years, Linda became more and more involved, significantly increasing programming. She now functions as the Executive Director of Bali Children’s Project.
Linda worked to develop a new team and increase the impact of Bali Children’s Project’s work, including registering as a 501c3 non profit organisation in USA.
In 2006, Bali Children’s Project also registered as an Indonesian ‘yayasan’. This is the Indonesian equivalent of a non-profit. This was a critical time in the history of Bali Children’s Project.
Linda and the Bali team turned the ad-hoc sponsorships into a formalized program that was monitored both financially and logistically.
They created the formal sponsorship program, monitoring systems and more. The sponsorship program is Bali Children’s Project’s largest program and continues to grow today.
The team grew to deliver many of the programs that exist today – including the expansion of the sponsorships, pre-school support, English learning, sex education, HIV & AIDS workshops and more.