– From September 1st to 14th we are running a ‘Back to school’ sale which gifts you 15% off our entire collection (except for sale & non-profit items). 10% of all proceeds will be donated to the Bali Children’s Foundation to ensure Bali’s kids stay in school. You’ll get to gift yourself a wonderful intention and support children in need at the same time. –
Use the code BACKTOSCHOOL15 to receive your gift.
September is finally here and for many with it the sweet, slow days of summer are coming to an end – the reality says: it is time to go back to school.
Whether parents are sending their children off to school for the first time, students make their ways back to the auditoriums of their universities and home schooling programs commence, there are parts in our world that have been facing a completely different reality – one where we find children struggle to go to school at all.
Our mission is to support
Last year our brand returned to its original mission of being of support to mothers and particular children and their education (side note: after the outbreak of Covid-19 we had shifted our focus on supporting local communities, particularly underpriviledged families, through the delivery of food packages with our Adopt a family program – read more on our Giving back approach here).
The Bali Children’s project
With last year’s Back to School Sale we started to support children through The Bali Children’s Foundation by covering their tuition fees in order for them to receive access to proper education.
The Bali Children’s Foundation is a registered non-profit organisation on our home island dedicated to helping children in Bali escape poverty through education. It is their mission to create better futures, so that the kids become more than just statistics and can make their dreams come true, ultimately helping not only their selves but also their families.
With the help of our dear customers we can proudly say that we are today supporting a total of 11 children. It makes us incredibly happy to receive regular updates on their progress and whereabouts, often times through personally written letters and drawings.
The kids we support
The kids we support are incredibly sweet and an inspiration to us, hence, we decided this year to offer you greater insight into the little personalities that we are lucky to support through the Bali Children’s Foundation.
Your support falls into the little hands of the beautiful Ketut, Krisna, Jero, Ade, Diah Ayu, Dina, Gede, Made, Wayan, Misi and Putu.
Here are a few of our kids:
♥ Krisna Jaya
Sweet Krisna is now 10 years old and from a family with 6 siblings. He is the 5th child and loves to play football and wants to become a teacher one day.
♥ Ketut Warnata
Ketut is the third of 3 children and is 9 years old. His favorite subject is Maths and he wants to be a guide one day.
♥ Ni Misi
Ni Misi is the 2nd daughter of farm labourers. She loves Maths, is 11 years old and her dreams are big – she wants to become a doctor one day.
♥ Putu Diantari
Putu is a sweet little dancer who wants to become a teacher one day. She is an only child and 11 years old.
♥ I Made Rimajaya
Made would love to be a policeman one day, his hobbies are playing football and he is 10 years of age. Bahasa is his favorite subject.
♥ I Wayan Dede Angga Putra
Wayan is 9 years old and lives in Bangli. His favorite subject is Math and one day he wants to be a successful football player.
♥ Diah Ayu Candra Kirrana
Diah Ayu's favorite thing to do is to dance. She aspires to become a teacher one day and her favorite subject is Bahasa. She is the only child in her family.
♥ Dina Agustini
Dina is one of four children – she is 12 years old and wants to work for the police one day. One of her favorite things to do is gardening.
♥ I Gede Eka Putra
Gede is the last of 5 children and the only boy of his family. He surely has his hands full with his older sisters. ;) He wants to be a 'Successman' when he grows up. His favorite sport is football.
♥ Ni Jiro Karlina
Karlina is the third of 3 girls in her family. She is 9 years old and wants to be a teacher one day. Her favorite subject is Bahasa.
♥ Ade Joni Berliani
9 year old Ade would love to be a teacher one day and loves to dance. She is the 2nd daughter of the family and her favorite subject is Bahasa.
A different world
Bali has its rich and its poor and its visible and invisible sides. Going off recent government reports, 1 in 10 (or 10%) of children will fail to graduate from high school. Poverty is common and widespread, particularly in remote communities beyond the reach of tourists.
Since our first days we have always supported the education of Balinese children, because we believe that the future and with that a better tomorrow lies in the hand of the upcoming generations. Education doesn’t only involve literacy and maths, but also social interaction, play, ritual and compassion.
Our BACK TO SCHOOL Sale
As you or a loved one are getting ready to go back to school, we encourage you to seek out an opportunity to support somebody else with the same blessing. To share a piece of education.
From September 1st to 10th we are running our annual ‘Back to school’ sale which gifts you 15% off our entire collection (except for sale & non-profit items). 10% of all proceeds will be donated to the Bali Children’s Foundation to ensure Bali’s kids stay in school. You’ll get to gift yourself a wonderful intention and support children in need at the same time.
Use the code BACKTOSCHOOL15 to receive your gift!
Because we are in business to improve lives, for a thriving community, a healthy planet and a better tomorrow.
If you are interested in supporting the Bali Children Foundation long term, please visit their website at https://www.balichildrenfoundation.org/. All it takes is up to US$40 per month to ensure a child can go to school.
Much love from us!