Children’s charity Bali Children’s Project has just launched a new fundraiser to help provide basic staples for families in Bali.
The Bali COVID-19 Appeal is being run by Bali Children’s Project to help families who already live in poverty under normal circumstances, but have felt the effects even further.
As Bali comes to terms with the fact that tourism may take a while to recover, impacts are also being felt in more ways than one.
Local charity Bali Children’s Project, who run several different programs to help children access education, has seen the effects on families who are already living in poverty
Anastasia Rahayu, Sponsorship Manager for Bali Children’s Project gave some insight.
“Many families who are already living in poverty are finding life even harder.”
“There is less work all over Bali. Even families who normally make 5 USD a day are finding their income reduced.”
“Many families make their living doing manual labor work, but not there is not so much work around, they are struggling even to buy the basics.”
“Other families, such as taxi drivers have had their rented cars taken from them as they can’t pay the monthly rental fee.”
The appeal asks donors to help donate any amount they can, with all donors receiving a thank you photo from the family they have helped.
“Once the donation arrives, our team can buy the supplies and deliver them to the families.”
“It will make a huge difference and drastically ease their burden.”
The food packages include all basic staples from eggs to rice and are aimed at giving the families enough to live for 3-4 weeks.
You can donate to the appeal by visiting www.balichildrensproject.org.
Giving families that need it most is important for many reasons
About Bali Children’s Project
Bali Children’s Project is a non-profit dedicated to education as a means of improving the lives of disadvantaged young people in Bali.
Through sponsorships to school, children from the poorest families are able to graduate from school and break the cycle of poverty. Sponsors receive regular updates on their support for sponsored children.
By supporting pre schools and kindergartens with renovations, materials supplies and teacher training, we provide quality early stage education to children from poor areas.
Literacy is promoted through providing community libraries for children of all ages.
Sex Education enables schools to run their own awareness programs, while educating 1000’s of students through direct workshops. Separate Child Protection workshops also help youngsters to understand and react to abuse.
All programs exist thanks to donations and support from the international community.
The Bali Children’s Project is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit charitable foundation registered in the USA (EIN 26-0014889) and in Indonesia (NPWP: 02.096. 823.903.000).
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