Founded by supermodel Petra Nemcova in 2004, Happy Hearts Fund (HHF) focuses on helping children. Read through Alistair Speirs conversation about the foundation's efforts to build schools for the poor.
The Lodge Foundation talks about feminism in Indonesia through a monologue titled "Wanodja Soenda" or "Sundanese Women" starring Sita Nursanti, Maudy Koesnaedi and Rieke Dyah Pitaloka.
The Kartika Soekarno Foundation (KSF) was founded in 1998 in response to the Southeast Asian economic crisis. Today, the foundation aims to give Indonesian children the best start in life.
The Westin Resort & Spa Ubud transcends its status as a hospitality leader in wellness through signature programmes curated under its six key foundations ─ Move Well, Sleep Well, Eat Well, Play Well, Feel Well and Work Well.
NOW! Jakarta and Mary Jane Foundation organised a Christmas charity programme, Feeding The Poor with some of Jakarta’s best luxury hotels to benefit those in need.
The annual golf tournament for Priscilla Hall Memorial Foundation was held again this year celebrating its 16th anniversary at Cengkareng Golf Club, 6 December 2019.
Helping Hands Foundation held Ekspedisi Bhinneka Bagi Bangsa to unite children from Aceh to Papua from various tribes, religions and different physical conditions to a curriculum of outdoor education.
MVB Indonesia in collaboration with The Embassy of Sweden Jakarta and Business Sweden held a seminar focusing on Smart Cities on 1 and 2 October in Raffles Hotel Jakarta.
Helping Hands Foundation invites the people of Jakarta to aid people with disabilities in developing Indonesia hand-in-hand.
A non-profit foundation focusing on helping children with cancer, Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia (YKAI) collaborates with pediatricians to ensure proper care and treatment are given.
This year, CAKAP, an Indonesian-based language learning app, works together with Bawah Anambas Foundation (BAF), an Indonesian organisation that aims to improve the overall ecosystem in the Anambas.
Race for Water foundation is an organisation dedicated to the preservation of water, and in particular, the oceans.
NOW! Jakarta and Mary Jane Foundation organised a charity Iftar programme with some of Jakarta’s best luxury hotels to benefit those in need.
New Zealand School Jakarta brings the sense of community as a foundation to build good school ecosystem.
The ASEAN Vision 2020 agreed on a shared vision of ASEAN as a concert of Southeast Asian nations, bonded together in dynamic development and in a community.
With a board made up of influential businessmen in Indonesia, Indonesia Indah Foundation (IIF) hopes to be able to make some real change.
The golf event provides direct assistance to Indonesian children in need, with a focus on meeting their basic nutritional, shelter and educational requirements
This effort succeed in securing three full scholarships to support Red Nose Children’s formal education.
The German School Jakarta, as a non-profit foundation, is officially recognised by the German Government as an “excellent German school abroad”.
Panda House by WWF Indonesia showcases various outcomes of the foundation’s conservation work from Sabang in Aceh to Merauke in Papua.
Held at Global Jaya International School, Starbucks Indonesia invited 150 children to celebrate National Sports through its StarCoach Programme.
The Japan Foundation was established in October, 1972 as a specialised, core agency responsible for Japanese international cultural exchange.
Upcoming hike at Mount Rinjani aims to raise funds for Fiona Unity Foundation’s latest project.
William Woodruff spoke to John McGlynn, a founder of Lontar Foundation, after he returned from the 2018 London Book Fair.
BINUS programmes foster and empower Indonesia with a solid academic foundation at K-12 and university levels.
Sitting down with SIS Football Coach Gareth Jonsen who envisions a foundation for a football academy in his school.
Bali Children’s Foundation (BCF) supports more and more families are getting an opportunity for a brighter future.
Starbucks Indonesia together with Planet Water Foundation organised an event to celebrate Global Handwashing Day on 13 October. Themed “Make Handwashing a Habit”, Starbucks Indonesia demonstrated the proper way to wash hands.
Rachel House works specifically with young patients from marginalised communities who have been diagnosed with advanced stage cancer or HIV/aids.