About Our Foundation

Lollipop Bali is nonprofit charity organization, aimed at giving needed supplies for less fortunate families, especially children on the island of Bali to ensure to their continue studies and to live in a decent environment. Through Lollipop Bali, the founders wish to spread the word on these social issues and perform tangible, systemic solutions to make Bali a better place for its children.

We raised over

40

million Rupiahs

we are supporting in

5

districts

Scholarships

8

children so far

Monthly support

11

Families so far

over

56

donations

What We Do

Mount Agung Refugees

Thousand of families were forced to leave their homes in to live in makeshift shelters. Within very little spaces, without sanitary facilities and almost no food, especially young children and the elderly are suffering during this crises.

We collect daily donations from our supporters and volunteers to deliver on a weekly bases to 6 refugee camps in the Sidemen area. Desperately needed food, toiletries and toys for the kids.

Support Families

Many of Bali's families live under the poverty line, with monthly less than 50$ to feed the more than five persons.

With already US$40 you can support 1 on this families for one month with enough rice, oil, eggs, noodles and toiletries. Even this little help will change their life significantly.

Scholarships

Let’s help them to get educated. 5 out 10 children in northern Bali drop off from school before the age of 14. US$200 will help 1 children for 1 year to continue their studies and to have a brighter future.

Meet the child you would like to support and be a big part of the better future of smallest in our society.

Red Bag Project

We are actively distributing bags to street kids, orphanages and children in small villages.

More than 100 bags have been give to children in need. Each bag contains story books, drawing books, pencils, colouring pencils, eraser, tooth brush and tooth paste , soap and shampoo.

Young Learners

Between 2015 and 2016 we provided 15 young street kids in a 6 month program a free English course.

Most of this children are selling small souvenirs, offerings or petrol in the Denpasar area.

Dignity

In remote areas of Bali many families have to live without sanitary facilities. Without a a shower or even a toilet.

Until now we able to build for three families small bathrooms. Before these families used the cow or pig area for their toilet.

Our Volunteers

Cindy

Gungde

Agung

Sanna

Ingres

Jessica

Jessie

Katehele

Rustiani

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