BALI NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Before the Coronavairus pandemic Solemen Indonesia's Outreach Programmes were being supported with donations from private corporate donations as well as by partnering with small businesses and social organisations in Bali and Australia. But due to the severe impact of the present pandemic on our partners' revenues, Solemen’s funding has nosedived by 75%.
Here in Bali, many have lost jobs, livelihoods have disappeared and support systems are now stressed to breaking point. Already people are going hungry and desperation has made its entrance in many households. Many will not be able to survive. During this time of crisis the poor and vulnerable suffer the most. Demand for our service is increasing and costs of providing these services are skyrocketing.
Where your money will go & what it buys
Buy a food parcel (AUD$20/ IDR 200.000)
- Includes: 2 packets of tempe, 2 packets of Tahu, 500gms garlic, 500gms chilli, 1 bunch long beans, 4 bunches kangkung (spinach), 1 large papaya, 1kg banana, 1kg tomatoes, small bag of dried fish
- Includes: 10kgs rice, 4 packets egg noodles, 2 litres cooking oil, 50 tea bags, 250gsm coffee, 1kg sugar, 2 tins sardines, 1 tray eggs, 4 bars soap, 1 tube toothpaste, 1kg soap powder, 1 bottle washing up liquid, 1 litre disinfectant
- Includes 2 tins of high nutrition milk (Pediasure or Ensure)
Why support Solemen?
Our Outreach Programme cares for over 2000 people in Bali, those suffering from acute medical conditions including patients with mental health issues (86% of them are children, the most vulnerable segment of the population). Solemen's outreach work makes a huge difference to the lives of Bali’s destitute, seriously ill and malnourished people who fall through the cracks, those living in extreme poverty or desperate circumstances and with no easy access to medical care. Helping the disadvantaged in Bali, Solemen is a registered charity, has been endorsed by the Balinese Government and has been in operation since 2011.
Your kind contribution will always be remembered by the people of Bali and at Yayasan Solemen.
Founder at Yayasan Solemen Indonesia (‘Solemen’)
Changing Lives in Bali