Continuing the previous rice assistance program, starting April 1, 2021 onwards (regularly every month), we will provide rice assistance to underprivileged people in Bali, especially orphans and underprivilegedelderly through the Rice Sharing Program. Currently BCC volunteers who are ready to help distribute
The Wrapped Rice Sharing Program began on November 5, 2020 as a form of our little attention to the underprivileged residents in Denpasar and its surroundings who work as scrap collectors, parking attendants, sweepers, street vendors, buskers, transport laborers, etc. that is close around us, not far
This program makes it possible for you as a donor to send direct funds to a less-fortunate person/family of your choosing. Bali Caring Community has surveyed and assessed hundreds of less-fortunate families around Bali since 2010 and the results have been posted on the BCC website. An exacting assessment/survey
The Revolving Livestock Assistance Program (BTB) is an initiative for managing livestock assistance (pigs & goats) for underprivileged people based on a revolving system. Providing assistance to secure just one animal can result in a turn over from one person to another as a means to increase income.
Bali Caring Community (BCC) together with Benjamin Bali Foundation and Yayasan Widhya Asih have joined forces to conduct regular health checks for children. To date, the program has covered young evacuees from the Mount Agung volcanic eruption crisis, elementary students in remote areas, underprivileged
Bali Caring Community (BCC) together with Kampung Dongeng has started hosting a series of entertainment and educational events for Mount Agung refugees, elementary school children in remote areas, orphans, children from underprivileged families etc. The name of this initiative is “Berbagi Ceria”
Bali Caring Community (BCC) regularly receives donations of used/second-hand goods. Our 3B program was launched on 1st August 2016 and continues to help those in need. Some of the underlying ideas regarding the 3B program are: Second-hand items that are no longer in use can benefit for those in need.
This program is the result of a collaboration between Bali Caring Community (BCC) and BPJS Ketenagakerjaan. It essentially helps those less-fortunate who are in high-risk jobs gain access to a local form of social security. This program includes: accident insurance, death insurance and a pension plan.For