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charities

After several requests from guests of Kembali villas, we have investigated & selected initially two charities operating in Bali worthy of your support. As we become aware of other worthwhile causes in Bali, we will bring them to your attention.

The John Fawcett Foundation & The Yayasan Kasih Peduli Anak.

Both of these charities would welcome you communicating with them or visiting them when next you come to Bali.

To assist an understanding of these Charities & the wonderful work they perform please follow the links to their websites and donation pages below.

John Fawcett Foundation (Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia)

This charity was established in Australia & is registered to operate in Indonesia. The Board reside in Australia but the management offices are in Sanur Bali. They also have other field offices in Indonesia.

This Foundation is actively involved in:

  • Sight restoration & Blindness prevention in Bali, Java & Kalimantan (to Oct '10, this Foundation has performed over 27000 eye operations)
  • Children's corrective surgery (over 870 operations carried out)
  • Children education sponsorship. Children in need are located in villages in poor areas in Bali.

You can read more about the work of this wonderful Foundation & it's founder John Fawcett at their website.

If donating to this very worthy cause please mention Kembali Villas so we can also recognise your support when next you stay with us.

Donating or wanting to support The John Fawcett Foundation.
(For certain citizens, donations can be tax deductible)

Yayasan Kasih Peduli Anak (YKPA)

YKPA supports the street kids of Bali. They house, educate & care for approximately 20 street kids & also provide shelter for sick, tired, or traumatized children.

Right now in order to continue their work they are required to purchase the building they operate from. They have set up a "buy a brick program", seeking donations as little as $20.

Donating or wanting to support YKPA.
(For certain citizens, donations can be tax deductible)