10:17 am January 26, 2015 | No Comment
A free halfway house for the chronically ill children and underprivileged families is under construction in Tebet Timur, which is located close to 5 major hospitals in Jakarta. The house will accommodate around 36 beds, 9 rooms and 2 floors. Please help complete the construction and furnishing of Rumah Harapan by donating used household items […]
6:21 pm January 21, 2015 | No Comment
Jakarta. Under Indonesian law, the minimum age of marriage for girls is a tender 16 years; for boys, the minimum is 19. Because of this age disparity and the dangerously low age requirement for teen girls, young women in Indonesia face health risks that range from complications in pregnancy to gender-based violence, both of which […]
3:27 pm January 19, 2015 | No Comment
Qori Yunita established Peduli Kucing, a social organization aiming to take real action out of concern for the cute animal, in January 2010.
10:28 am January 19, 2015 | No Comment
Clean Up Day Jakarta is annual city-wide clean up of Jakarta, which brings together communities and volunteers through the act of gotong royong spiri for a cleaner Jakarta. The aim of Clean Up Jakarta Day is to raise awareness of the problem of rubbish and littering in Jakarta, as well as the need for recycling; […]
10:26 am January 13, 2015 | No Comment
In case you were wondering where you can drop by to donate your blood, you can contact the closest Pm (Indonesian Red Cross) or you can contact @Blood4LifeID. A bag of your blood can mean life for other people. Benefits of Donating Blood : 1) The Joy of Saving another Human’s Life 2) Reduces the […]
11:06 am January 12, 2015 | No Comment
Sahabat Anak, a nonprofit group focused on the welfare of Indonesian street children are in need of volunteers to teach street children English or any other primary subjects. Currently there are no teachers able to teach at the Kota Tua branch. For more information on the program, other branches and available dates, contact: @SahabatAnak or send […]
10:03 am January 12, 2015 | No Comment
Yayasan Masyarat Peduli Austis Indonesia (Mpati) established in 2004 aims to eradicate the myths and stigma that children with autism carries by educating parents and teachers of autistic children and the society. Also, Mpati  hopes to eliminate financial status and a lack of information about the disorder as excuses or barriers to autistic children getting […]
10:00 am January 9, 2015 | No Comment
Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia Indonesia (the Indonesian Community Care for Schizophrenia, or KPSI), provides a window into a disease that still unfortunately carries hefty social stigma in Indonesia. The foundation is aiming to be a source of information for both citizens and the government, and also as a location for sharing stories among those who have […]
8:26 am January 9, 2015 | 2 Comments
Let’s be honest: There are doubts and even prejudices harbored by the non-profit sector toward the corporate world and vice versa. Both work with different approaches, have different sets of goals — in short, they are polar opposites.
12:03 pm January 8, 2015 | No Comment
Taman Bacaan Pelangi (Rainbow Reading Gardens) is a non-profit organization that has established 29 children’s libraries in 14 remote islands across Eastern Indonesia since 2009. TBP aims to broaden the children’s horizons by encouraging and nurturing their interest in reading through providing access to good books, also as a critical aspect for a child’s education. […]
11:08 am January 7, 2015 | No Comment
Komunitas Taufan (Taufan’s Community) was founded by Yeni Mulyaningsih Dewi, after losing her 7 year old son Taufan to leukimia in April 2013. This communityhas been established to give moral support to others that are underprivileged and in the same situation she had been through. Mainly based in  Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital, she also helps […]
10:58 am January 6, 2015 | No Comment
Kampus Diakonia Modern (KDM), established since 1972,  is an organization aimed at empowering street children to become independent, self-supporting adults by offering them with opportunities for a better life such as education, shelter, and etc. For nearly 40 years Yayasan KDM has been rescuing the most vulnerable street children, providing them with a home, education […]
5:25 pm January 5, 2015 | 1 Comment
Everyone can make the world a better place. It does not require a change or shift in life and schedule. It requires a shift in perspective.
5:02 pm January 5, 2015 | No Comment
Every Sunday morning, the kids in Rumpin, Cibitung, wake up early and walk for 30 to 60 minutes to arrive at a small musholla to learn at Sekolah Kita Rumpin.
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