Bali NGO List

Below you will find a long list of organisations based in Bali and Indonesia that you may wish to collaborate with or support in your GCP activities. (Sorry the formatting is a little wonky…)

If you know of an organization that should be added to this list – please leave a comment below.  Also, please let me know if any details are incorrect.

Related to the natural environment

Mangrove Society

The Mangrove Information Centre gives a chance to the people who are concerned about the situation of Bali’s mangrove environment to become a member and take action.

Mangrove Society

Jln Bypass Ngurah Rai Km, 21 Suwung Kauh Denpasar

ph. (0361) 726 969, 726 546, 728 966. Fax. (0361) 710 473,

PPLH Bali (Bali Environmental Education Center)

PPLH Bali (Bali Environmental Education Center) is a Non Government Organization established in 1997 that concentrates on addressing environmental problems and society empowerment. The group runs environmental awareness and education programmes that aim to conserve our natural environment.

Jl.Hang Tuah No 24 Sanur.


Telephone:       0361 288221

Begawan Foundation

Begawan Foundation was established in 1999 to initiate programmes that would benefit local people, especially in terms of conserving the natural environment and satisfying their needs in the areas of education and healthcare.   A major activity is its Bali Starling Conservation Project, which has helped to bring back the Bali Starling from the edge of extinction, with around 100 birds now flying free on Nusa Penida.

Contact – Carolyn Kenwrick
Tel: +62 361 973506

ProFauna Indonesia

ProFauna Indonesia is a non-profit organization established in 1994 for the protection of wild animals and habitat. The main activities of ProFauna Indonesia are wild animal protection, investigation on trade in wild animals and animal rescue.

ProFauna Bali Office
PO Box 3435 Denpasar 80034 Ph. 0361 8085800 Fax. 0361 424731

Reef Check Indonesia

Reef Check is an international non-profit organization devoted to protecting and rehabilitating coral reefs worldwide.  Reef Check Indonesia conducts education campaigns, regularly monitors and reports on reef health and stimulates local action to protect reefs and rehabilitate damaged reefs.

Reef Check Indonesia Office

Jl. Tukad Balian Gang 43 No 1A, Renon – Denpasar
Ph. +62 361 307 1358
Fax +62 361 248 370


Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.

Indoensian Office

Jalan Cimandiri No. 24, Cikini, Jakarta Pusat 10330, Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 3101873
Fax: +62 21 3102174

Email :

Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS)

The Sumatran Orangutan Society is dedicated to the conservation of Sumatran orangutans and their forest home by raising awareness of the threats facing wild orangutans, and through fundraising activities to support grassroots conservation projects in Sumatra.

SOS Bali Office
PO Box 92, Ubud, 80571
Tel: 0361 972906


The Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI – Friends of the Earth Indonesia) is the largest forum of non-government and community-based organisations in Indonesia. WALHI works to defend Indonesia’s natural world and local communities from injustice carried out in the name of economic – It stands for social transformation, people’s sovereignty, and sustainability of life and livelihoods.

WALHI Bali Local Executive (Agung Wardhana)
Jl. Kembang Matahari 1 No. 86 B, Denpasar-Bali
Phone/ fax (0361)  8424536
Email: /

Wisnu Foundation

The Wisnu Foundation is a nongovernment, non-profit organization, founded in Bali in 1993. Wisnu works on environmental issues to promote a just and community-based management of natural resources. The focus is on waste management, environmental education/workshop, community development and environmental information distribution.

Yayasan Wisnu (Wisnu Foundation)
Jl. Pengubengan Kauh No 94 Kerobokan

Phone: 62 361 735320

WWF-Indonesia is an independent member of WWF, the global conservation organization which aims to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by: conserving the world’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

WWF Indonesian Office

Kantor Taman A9 Unit A-1
Kawasan Mega Kuningan
Jakarta 12950
Telp. +6221-576 1065-79
Fax. +6221-576 1080
Website WWF-Indonesia:

Yayasan GUS (Gelombang Udara Segar)

Established in 2002, Yayasan GUS is a non-profit organization, dedicated to improving Bali’s environment. GUS activities include beach clean-up campaigns, education projects, and non toxic pest control.

GUS office 138 Jl Legian, Kuta Bali
Telp. 62-361-759323 ; Fax. 62-361-767654

Yayasan IDEP (Indonesian Development of Education and Permeaculture)
Yayasan IDEP is committed to developing self-sustainability and directly empowering local communities to improve their own situations. Their programs include:
• Introducing innovative approaches to environmental education into local schools
• Developing models for community based income generation programs
• Constructing demonstrations of sustainable agriculture and appropriate technology
• Developing environmental awareness media campaigns
Yayasan IDEP
Jalan Hanoman No.42 (PO BOX 160)
Ubud, 80571
Tel/Fax : +62 361 981504

Related to care of children in need

Bali Children’s Project

The Bali Children’s Project (BCP) is a non-profit foundation that helps disadvantaged young people obtain an education through individual sponsorship. BCP is creating a growing number of village kindergartens and pre-kindergartens and continually developing new programs to meet the changing needs of the communities.

BCP Office Manager – Kadek Liatini
Penestanen, Ubud, Bali

Phone: 085237835853 (mobile)


Seed Hope Children’s Home

Seed Hope Children’s Home is a home for poor children, often from broken families who need help in their education and daily life, to give them a better future.

Jalan Panji N0.7 Kwanji, Desa Dalung Kec Kuta Utara, Bali
PH: 62 361 422 677


SOS-Kinderdorf is a foster home currently caring for 360 less fortunate children. Because of the limited capacity, they need assistance to give proper care and education to foster children.

Contact: R.B. Haryono, Telp. (+62 361) 241847, 7426975


Yayasan Orphans International Bali
Orphans International is an international not-for-profit network working to help disadvantaged children in the developing world.   The groups works to not only assure the wellbeing of orphans, but also to enable them to become contributing members of a global society.

Yayasan Orphans International Bali
Jalan Mertasari No. 124, Sidakarya, Denpasar
Telepon: 62-361-723 282
Koordinator: Ramdani Sirait

Yayasan Anak-Anak
Founded in 2005, Bali Kids provides a clean, safe environment for orphans requiring special care.  The centre is open to any children registered in Bali’s orphanages who need basic medical attention or simply time out.

Yayasan Anak-Anak
Banjar Gede, Abian Base
Mengwi, Denpasar
PH: 081 2385 8337

Salam Children’s Home

SALAM was founded in 1979 as a response to the need for an orphanage in Tabanan, Bali. It aims to equip and empower economically disadvantaged children physically, emotionally and spiritually for adulthood.

Contact: Matthew Trevatt

Address: Panti Asuhan SALAM

Jalan Rama, Gang 1/9

Banjar Tamansari

Tabanan 82113, Bali, Indonesia

Children’s Home

ph: +62 (0)361 810 086

Steering Committee (English speaking)

ph: +6281337988161


Yayasan ‘SO’ High 5 Rehab

Foundation High 5 rehab ‘So’ is a rehabilitation and education centre for physically handicapped Balinese children whose goal is to let the Balinese handicapped children be a part of society through  providing free physiotherapy and education.

Dusun Banyualit, Desa Kalibukbuk, Lovina, Singaraja, Bali

Ph (+62)(0)8179720206

Related to education

Yayasan KIDS (YKIDS)
Kuta International Disaster Scholarship (KIDS) partnership was formed at the end of 2002 as a charitable non-profit organisation to support the education of children who had lost one or both parents or had a parent who had been permanently injured in the Kuta bombings in October 2002.

Yayasan KIDS (YKIDS)
Jl. Cokroaminoto 33A, Denpasar, Bali 80118
Tel: +62 361 424148
Fax: +62 361 432053


VIBE foundation

The VIBE foundation is a non-profit organization based in Bali dedicated to providing free educational services to rural areas of Bali and western Java. VIBE’s primary services provided to communities are ESL (English as a Second Language), creative arts workshops for children, environmental awareness programs for primary and secondary schools, and teacher-trainings for local Indonesian teachers.

The Bali Children’s Project

The Bali Children’s Project, a non-profit foundation, has been helping disadvantaged young people obtain an education through individual sponsorship for over ten years. BCP is creating a growing number of village kindergartens, and helping with building repairs to schools and the supply of teaching materials.



Bali Hati Foundation

Established in 1997, Bali Hati is a non-profit foundation that sponsors projects for the underprivileged in Balinese communities.  Bali Hati places special emphasis on education and health.

Bali Hati Project
P.O. Box 142, Ubud, Bali 80571

Fax. (62-361) 974672
Tel. (62-361) 977576 or 979056

Books for Bali Project

A group that supports literacy, learning and reading for pleasure in the local community. Work is conducted through the donation of books and resources to local schools and libraries.

Ganesha Bookshop, Jalan Raya, Ubud

Ph Made Rohani – (0361) 970320

Related to health care

Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia (John Fawcett Foundation)

Yayasan Kemanusiaan Indonesia works to assist the thousands of Balinese who are cataract blind or have un-operated cleft lips and palates, but are too poor to pay for an operation.

Jalan Pengembak 16, Blanjong, Sanur
Tel: +62 361 270 812  Fax: +62 361 287 707

Yayasan Senyum

Yayasan Senyum provides health care for people with cranio-facial disabilities for poor people from Bali, Lombok and further east.  The organization also works to build local skills, technology, and capacity through training and development.

Smile House
Jl. Nusa Penida, 4A, Denpasar – Bali
Phone: +62 361 233758

MUM Foundation

Yayasan MUM is an effective foundation and vehicle to circumvent traditional problems in aid deliverance and ensure transparent accounting practices by its hands on attitude to relief work. The organization is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Indonesian citizens in need through education and health programs.

Nakula Plaza B1, Jalan Nakula, Legian, Bali
Tlp: 62 361 737317
Fax: 62-361- 737314

Crisis Care Centre

The Crisis Care Foundation is situated in the village of Dusun Lebah, near Lovina, and provides free medical/social care to the poor in this region. The group is involved in many aid programs supporting those in need.

Dusun Lebah, Kaliasem, Lovina, Bali 811521
Phone: +62 (0)362 422 86

Foundation for Mother and Child Health (FMCH – Yayasan Balita Sehat)
NGO working to improve the lives of mothers and children in local communities by providing programmes focused on health, nutrition, education, and sustainable skills training.

Jl. Puri Sakti I/25A, Cipete, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia 12410
Tel. (62-21) 769-9812 / 759-09733   Fax (62-21) 765 8023

Yayasan Spiritia

Spiritia was formed in 1995 as a support group for and by people living with HIV. The initial objectives were: 1) provide a safe and confidential environment for PLHAs to meet and share experiences, and 2) provide information about living with HIV/AIDS.

Yayasan Spiritia

Jl. Johar Baru Utara V No. 17
Jakarta 10560, Indonesia
Tel: +62 (21) 422-5163, 422-5168
Fax: +62 (21) 4287 1866

ANAK Foundation

Since 2003 ANAK has helped children in need of financial support for their education through a system of people sponsoring annual costs for a child in several villages in very poor dry areas in Northeast Bali.

Jl.Raya Pengosekan, Br. Kalah, Peliatan, Ubud

Yayasan Kesehatan Bali (Yakeba)

Yakeba is a Balinese charity providing treatment and education to people living with, or at risk from, drugs, alcohol and HIV/AIDS. A major part of its work is the Narcotics and HIV/AIDS awareness project it runs in Bali’s high schools.

Jl Merta Sari 159, Sidakarya, Denpasar, Bali

Ph – +62 361 724699

Email –


Yayasan Spirit Paramacitta (Bali Plus)

An NGO working on improving the quality of life for those who are HIV positive in Bali.

Jalan Tukad Buaju Gg. Lotus No. 30,

Ph 08283600203

Contact person Putu Utami Desi, SE.


Related to animal care

Yayasan Yudisthira Swarga (Bali Street Dog Foundation)

Yayasan Yudisthira Swarga, the official Bali Street Dog Foundation since 1997, is a not-for-profit animal welfare organisation dedicated to reducing the number of unhealthy and neglected street dogs in Bali.

Yudisthira Swarga Foundation

Jl. Tukad Balian No. 170

Renon, Denpasar

(0361) 7424048

Web –

Yayasan BAWA (Bali Animal Welfare Association)

NGO assisting Bali street dogs, offering free sterilization, vaccination, treatments and advice on animal care as well as education programs held at local schools.

Klinik Hewan Ubud

Ph – 0361 981490, Janice +62 361 977217 or +62 361 8564760


CHN (Cats Have Needs)

CHN is a foundation that saves stray cats. For more information, please call Siomara at (0361) 730 626 between 4:00 and 8:00 pm weekdays only.


YKIP (Yayasan Kemanusian Ibu Pertiwi)

YKIP is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of all those who live on Bali but with a focus on health and education. YKIP is involved in a number of its own projects as well as supporting those run by other NGO’s in Bali.

Jl. Kediri No. 38 Kuta, Bali 80361

Tel: +62 361 759544Fax: +62 361 755024Email:

East Bali Poverty Project

A non-profit organisation established in 1998 to help malnourished and illiterate children and their families in the Eastern areas of Bali towards a better future.

PO BOX 3850 Denpasar
Bali – Indonesia
Tel : 62 – 361- 410071
E-mail :

Bali Cares

Bali Cares is a non-profit shop that is dedicated to supporting local charitable organizations such as Yayasan Bumi Sehat, Pondok Pekak Library and The Crisis Care Foundation. By offering a sales outlet to showcase items produced by low-income NGOs, Bali Cares creates a means of sustainability for these organizations and an important source of funding. Sales ensure that these NGOs can continue the valuable work they are dedicated to.

Jl. Hanoman No. 44 (next to Tegun Gallery), Ubud, Bali.

Kupu-Kupu Foundation

An NGO whose main aim is to improve the lives of physically and mentally handicapped Balinese people.

Contact Bapak Agung 081 834 6786 or Begonia Lopez 0812 362 8720


Adopta Co-op

“Adopta Co-op” was established to provide support to the widows of some of the 2002 Bali bombing victims. There are now 5 widows with 10 children between them and they self manage a small garment factory near Kuta. Here the ladies make T-shirts, polos, bags etc.

Yayasan Senang Hati

A centre for physically challenged Balinese where they can meet and make friends, learn or share skills like painting, woodcarving, sandal making and practise English and computer skills. A gallery displays and sells works produced by the members.

Jalan Sasi Brata
Banjar Tengah Kawan, Tampaksiring, Gianyar – Bali, 80552

Phone: +62/0 361 7470718

Yayasan Bumi Sehat

Yayasan Bumi Sehat is an organization of committed families and international teachers, midwives, doctors, nurses and volunteers working to advocate for the reproductive rights of marginalized, low-income women throughout Bali. In Bali we are achieving a higher standard of maternal and child health through culturally sensitive prenatal & postpartum birth services and through the support of breast feeding. Our goal is conflict resolution and peace building, one mother, one baby, and one family at a time.
Tel: +62 361 972732 or 08179757522, email or visit our website

Yakkum Bali

Yakkum Bali is a non-profit organisation helping physically challenged young people in poor areas in Bali. Through physical rehabilitation in the form of operations, physio- and occupational therapy, education and occupational training, Yakkum Bali strives to improve the quality of life of Bali’s physically disabled youth in order to promote economic and social independence, self-confidence and self-respect, and respect and value within the community.

Yakkum Bali Office (Rehabilitation Network for the Physically Challenges)

L.B.K. Dinas Sosial Kabupaten Badung,

Jl. Raya Denpasar-Sangeh Km. 17, Br. Aseman-Abiansemal, Denpasar – Bali, 80352

Phone: +62 361 7444620  Fax +62 361 814988


IBU Foundation

IBU Foundation focuses its activities to 5 main programs – Emergency & Disaster Program, Health and Nutrition, Water Sanitation, Early Childhood Development and Psychosocial and Volunteer Program. The programs are carried out in rural and remote areas as well as places where need exists.

Jalan Waspada No.17, Bandung, West Java, 40161

Ph – +622034209

ROLE Foundation

The R.O.L.E. Foundations mission is to educate, re-skill and create alternate eco-friendly jobs and business opportunities, thus enabling the poor and disadvantaged to make a comfortable income, while reviving the health of the environment and taking the pressure off natural resources for future generations.

R.O.L.E. Foundation
Celaki Munggul,
Nusa Dua, Bali 80361
Telp.: +62 361 8078805


Indonesia Organic

A social entrepreneur company with a mission to connect all people related to organic products in Indonesia, benefiting each individual business, farmer, distributor, course, village project, Corporate Social Responsibility project, event etc.


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