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Salam Orphanage, Tabanan

Date of Visit: September 20, 2013

Head of the Orphanage: Gusti Ketut Suardana

Phone number: (0361) 810086

Address: Jl. Rama I / 9, Br. Taman Sari, Ds. Delod Peken, Tabanan

Foster Children: 45 children (data attached)

  • 24 males, 21 females
  • 9 elementary school children, 16 junior high school students, 20 senior high school students

Caretakers: 5 people

Bank Account: Bank BRI Cab. Tabanan, Rek. No. 0124.01.010173.50.6, Beneficiary: Panti Asuhan Salam

Bank account: Bank BRI Tabanan Branch Office, Account Num. 0124.01.010173.50.6, Under name. Panti Asuhan Salam

Salam Orphanage was established in 1979. This orphanage can accommodate 50 orphans at maximum capacity, with 5 caretakers now.

Salam Orphanage’s needs are as follows:

  • Groceries and cooking needs: rice, meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, cooking oils, spices, milk, tea, sugar, and cooking gas.
  • School’s expenses: semester fees, school building fees, uniforms, books, exam fees.
  • Toiletries: detergent, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, floor cleaner, dish soap, brooms, mops.
  • Orphanage’s operating costs: electricity, water, telephone, employee wages, etc.

This visit were also conducted by Sunshine Educare, who entertained the foster children by providing motivation class with a variety of exciting games.

This visit was also attended by:

Head of the Orphanage: Gusti Ketut Suardana, and caretakers

Sunshine Educare: Elysa Heni Puspita Gita Ayu

Premiere Hospitality Asia: I Made Nuada, I Nyoman Gede Purtawan, Yudianto Prasetyo

BCC volunteers: Nyoman Sugandi, Made Ayu Suastuti, Fedy Romamti, Denny Agung Pribadi, Agung Kapten

Here are some documentations we could take, which some of them were captured by Bapak Agung Kapten.

Salam Orphanage
Dining Room
Donation from Japan

7 thoughts on “Salam Orphanage, Tabanan”

  1. Selamat Pagi to you all once again. Now we are free to travel after three long years, I will be coming as done for 18 years & bringing gifts & cash donations once again for your orphanage. Look forward so much to see all of you again, best wishes Gusti, Ibu, Nyoman, Made & the rest. Love to hear from you, Le South Aust: .

  2. @paul pollett. Thank you for your donations, we have forwarded your message to the Salam Orphanage. Thanks again.

  3. i have been here before and my mum Jan comes from australia bringing toys and donations i will be in bali on the 13 july and would like to come and do repairs and painting, fix parthways and cleandown mould on walls i would also like to repaint the basket ball area i have about 7 to 9 days that i would like to spend with you to help and fix some items. mum Jan is sending bags of things with me also u might tell me any medical things i could bring to help. i hope this will just be a start to the things i can do for you regards paul.

  4. Dear Mr. Krishna Ramoo, thank you for your comment. We would be pleased to accompany you and your wife to Salam Orphanage in Tabanan. Please contact Ms. Mita at +62-361-2161888 for the arrangement. Regards, BCC.

  5. Krishna Ramoo

    I would like to visit your place together with my wife some time next week. I would like to donate rice and provisions and perhaps even provide some school supplies. Please contact me as soon as possible.
    God Bless

  6. Dear Mr. Donald Towey,
    Thank you for your email.

    Could you please send us the complete address of Ketut Sudirna, his Banjar/village name at least (or his family’s/friend’s telephone number if any) so that we could check the condition of his children for you.

    Regards, BCC

  7. Donald Towey (Australia)

    A friend of mine by the name of Ketut Sudirna resident of Tabanan died of typhoid 11th Februray 2014. He was 37 years old. I understand he has a boy and girl aged 14 and 12 that go to school in Tabanan. I also understand Ketut was divorced and lived with his sister and the children in Tabanan. I am making enquiries if this is their school as i wish to make contribution for their schooling fees.

    Thank you

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