Our Grantees

We believe in working hand in hand with our grantees, to change lives, create impact and inspire others.

 
 

EMPOWERING STUDENTS THROUGH SCHOLARSHIPS

Bali Hotels Association (BHA)

PROMOTING UPWARD ECONOMIC MOBILITY THROUGH A SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

BHA is a professional group of star rated hotels and resorts in Bali that promote upward economic mobility through their administration of a tourism and hospitality scholarship. The best students are chosen from among families working at the bottom ranks of BHA hotels, for a full scholarship to STP Nusa Dua, Bali’s most prestigious tourism school.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting BHA’s Scholarship Programme since 2009.

 

A LIFE OF DIGNITY AND SELF-RESPECT

Community Outreach Programme (CORP) India

PROVIDING CRITICAL SERVICES THAT ENABLE INDIANS LIVING IN SLUMS TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY

Bringing up a child is difficult for any family living in slums, but the problems are overwhelming for parents of children with disabilities. To help such children, CORP developed an integrated programme to improve their lives through life skills, education and support. CORP tries to integrate children in regular private and government-run schools by offering additional coaching and support.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting CORP’s Differently-Abled Children Programme since 2011.

 

IT’S WHAT YOU CAN DO THAT COUNTS!

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PROVIDING WORK OPPORTUNITIES AND CREATING AN INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE

DNetwork is committed to improving the lives of Indonesians with disabilities by helping them develop opportunities to find work and help better integrate themselves into the community. Using an online job platform, DNetwork efficiently connects job seekers with disabilities to employers, while also offering professional services for businesses wanting to create a more inclusive workplace.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting DNetwork since its launch in 2013.

 

HELPING COMMUNITIES HELP THEMSELVES

East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP)

ELIMINATING POVERTY IN THE IMPOVERISHED RURAL COMMUNITIES OF EAST BALI

Prioritising the health, nutrition and education of children, EBPP is a comprehensive rural development project that aims to eliminate poverty and promote culturally sensitive, sustainable social and economic development in the impoverished rural communities of East Bali, Indonesia.

Inspirasia Foundation started supporting EBPP in 2004, funding their senior and high schools in Manikaji, as well as their Comprehensive Health Programme and their Dental Health Programme.

TURNING RIGHTS INTO REALITY

Foundation for Education and Development (FED)

PROVIDING EDUCATION AND ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE, WHILE PROMOTING HUMAN RIGHTS FOR BURMESE MIGRANTS

Burmese migrant families in Thailand are often deprived of their right to education, face difficulties getting access to healthcare and are unaware of their basic human rights, leaving them vulnerable to exploitation. FED’s main programmes in Thailand are focused on providing education and a safe environment for Burmese children, supporting and developing the Burmese community and providing health care and training to Burmese families.

Since 2007, Inspirasia Foundation has supported FED’s Health and Integration Programmes.

A PLACE OF LOVE AND LEARNING

Home & Life

PROVIDING A SAFE HOME AND A SUPPORTIVE FAMILY ENVIRONMENT FOR DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN

Home & Life was founded in November 2006 to provide a home for children affected by the tsunami of December 2004. It originally provided a home for ten children and has since grown to care for twenty-five children, some of whom were not necessarily affected by the tsunami, but have come from challenging backgrounds. It aims to provide an environment in which children are able to grow, learn and reach their full potential.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting Home & Life since 2013.

 

TAKING THE “DIS” OUT OF DISABILITY

PUSPADI Bali

CREATING PROSPERITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES THROUGH REHABILITATION, EDUCATION AND EMPOWERMENT

PUSPADI is the only NGO outside Jakarta making the highest quality mobility aids. Through its four core programmes of rehabilitation, skills training, education and advocacy, it is helping people with disabilities from impoverished areas in Bali and East Indonesia, to have a better future and be able to dream big.

Inspirasia Foundation has been a core supporter of PUSPADI Bali since 2004.

TAKING CHARGE OF THEIR HEALTH AND THEIR LIVES

Sankalp Rehabilitation Trust

PREVENTING THE SPREAD OF HIV AND IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIVES OF DRUG USERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Based in Mumbai, Sankalp runs a comprehensive rehabilitation and prevention programme for drug users on the street. Outreach workers, peer educators, and former drug users, reach out and provide health education to dependent hard drug users on the street.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting Sankalp since 2010 and today supports its Detoxification Centre and Half Way Home Programme.

DEVELOP. CONNECT. SUCCEED.

Stella’s Child

HELPING DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN GAIN SELF-CONFIDENCE, CAREER GUIDANCE AND BUSINESS SKILLS

Founded in 2013, Stella’s Child exists to support Indonesian youths from disadvantaged backgrounds as they prepare to leave children's homes and orphanages and enter the world of work.

Their innovative, interlinked programmes provide the life skills, real world business experience and employment connections necessary to access job opportunities they would otherwise be denied. Through their business-minded approach to positive youth development, they help young people rediscover their dreams or create new ones, then work with them to develop the necessary experience to make them real.

WHERE THERE IS A WHEEL THERE IS A WAY

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UCP Roda Untuk Kemanusiaan (UCP RUK)

PROVIDING INCREASED SELF-SUFFICIENCY, MOBILITY AND EDUCATION TO CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES

Established in 2009 with the support of UCP Wheels for Humanity and USAID, UCP RUK is the first organisation of its kind in Indonesia providing appropriately fitted wheelchairs for children and adults and capacity-building training for local wheelchair practitioners. It also runs empowerment and advocacy programmes for the disabled population of Indonesia. Since its beginning, UCP RUK has directly assisted over 10,000 Indonesians with disabilities.

Inspirasia Foundation has been supporting UCP RUK’s Advocacy Programme since 2014.

HEALTHY WOMEN EMPOWER MORE THAN JUST THEMSELVES

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Yayasan Rama Sesana (YRS)

IMPROVING REPRODUCTIVE AND SEXUAL HEALTH AND EMPOWERING LOW-INCOME WOMEN IN BALI

YRS provides education programmes and health services focusing on sexual and reproductive health. YRS aims to increase knowledge and awareness of sexual and reproductive health and has assisted over 24,000 people through its health services, while it has educated over 72,000 people about sexual and reproductive health.

Inspirasia Foundation is proud to be a core supporter of YRS every year since its establishment in 2004.

WE CAN AND WE WILL!

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IMPROVING THE INDEPENDENCE AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN BALI

YPK Bali was founded in 2001 as a response to the urgent need for therapy for disabled persons from poor backgrounds. By providing affordable, caring and professional education and health services, YPK aims to improve the independence and quality of life of people with disabilities and support them so that they can reach their full potential.

With the support of Inspirasia Foundation since 2010, YPK has been able to increase its impact from under 400 people to over 26,600 people.

BUSINESS AND PHILANTHROPY HAND IN HAND

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Malta Social Impact Awards (MSIA)

CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHANGEMAKERS AND INSPIRING OTHERS TO GIVE AND GIVE WELL

Organised annually by the Gasan Foundation and Inspirasia Foundation, the Malta Social Impact Awards aims to create opportunities for changemakers, while inspiring others to give and to give well. By bringing business and philanthropy together, MSIA supports local initiatives that have a positive social impact on Malta.

Since its launch in 2016, MSIA has supported ten local initiatives, which have collectively impacted the lives of thousands of individuals in Malta.

EDUCATION EMPOWERS AND CHANGES LIVES

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Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu Pertiwi (YKIP)

IMPROVING THE LIVES OF POOR FAMILIES IN BALI BY BREAKING THE CYCLE OF POVERTY THROUGH EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT AND SERVICES

Established only days after the Bali Bombing in October 2002, YKIP aims to improve the lives of marginalised communities in Bali through educational opportunities by providing scholarships to disadvantaged children.

Over the years, YKIP has supported over 900 children in Bali, with more than 500 of these children completing their studies and finding successful employment. Inspirasia Foundation is proud to be a core supporter of YKIP’s Kembali, KIDS, Vocational and University Programmes since 2003.