Come and join this well-established Balinese Foundation and assist the Outreach Project in supporting many of the island’s needy charitable foundations.  Depending on your own skills, they will organize your time for you so that you not only get to see the real Bali and go off the beaten track but can share your knowledge and unique skills with the local people and make a difference in their communities.

One of the activities of the Outreach Project is to visit remote villages and see how they can help.  Sometimes, they help to rebuild someone’s house or add an extra room when too many people are crowding into one room.  Other times, they identify people with serious medical conditions and try to help them in any way they can.

The flexible nature of the placement means it can be adapted to your skills and desired experiences.

The following bases for placements are available:
–  Medical, physiotherapy, occupational therapy

–  IT skills –  Website Building, Computer skills and Administration

Helping set up and maintain the various charities’ websites, publishing newsletters.


Collecting money boxes, banking money, helping organize fundraising events locally, helping find local businesses to support the


Working in a home for disabled and mentally challenged children involving daily care and teaching


International driving licence required – to deliver toys and clothes to rural areas

Working in the Outreach Project:

This could involve anything from painting or rebuilding someone’s house, to assisting someone with a serious medical need.  More        often than not, the team identify local people with serious medical conditions and hence the need for qualified and experienced volunteers who can help these unfortunate locals.

Visiting Remote villages

Advising them on permaculture, medicinal plants and teaching them yoga (6 weeks minimum)

– Building skills

Helping rebuild houses in the villages or adding on rooms.


*Volunteers who are flexible and willing to help in a variety of tasks would be most welcome.