Supporting vulnerable women, children, and animal welfare around the world.
IndoSmiles received its first donation in May 2020 towards our project of building a preschool from the Sanchez Trust.
The Trust has kindly partnered with us to provide funding for continued education and the building of a playground and outdoor classroom for the children of Laja village.
The Sanchez Trust has truly made the difference for us, and we are incredibly grateful!
Micro Project: LAJA VILLAGE PRE_SCHOOL
Thank you to all our donors
Jason Marek - Owner & Founder , COMA Hotel & Hostels
Lisa & Jacky Ouaknine - La Tibétaine Antiques & Tribal Art Gallery
Edouard Bernadette Scotchec
Romain & Jonas Ouaknine
Micro Project: GUNTUR ART STUDIO AND GALLERY - CANCAR VILLAGE
SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT: FLORES FABULOUS TOUR
SUPPORTING PARTNERSHIP: MUDFISH "NO PLASTIC"
OUT THERE AND DOING IT!
IndoSmiles love these like-minded organizations working in related industries and selectors.
The Hope Fair hosts events focused on creating a new, positive cycle of commerce, supporting local & ethical Artisans & Entrepreneurs, and shares the fruits of those events with the Mercy Center and the underprivileged families it serves.
Supporting sustainable and equitable development of the island of Flores.
Eco Flores is a hub that supports the sustainable and equitable development of the island of Flores.
It initiates and facilitates collaboration and partnerships between local-, national- and international stakeholders who have a stake and are interested in the healthy development of the island with the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals.
On a mission to inspire millions of Indonesian children to live sustainably
Green-Books.org vision is to contribute to millions of sustainable, happier, and healthier communities all around the world by empowering local educators with knowledge and tools.
Our goal is that local educators become community change-makers and inspire their students to become the next leaders in the movement against climate change.
Align objectives, to support the implementation of strategies of Ocean Action and Climate Action
Indonesian Waste Platform (IWP) was founded in 2015 to catalyze this collaboration, making it possible for the government, business, and civil society to work together rather than in silos to design solutions and deliver against Indonesia’s National Plan of Action on Marine Debris.
Now, more than ever before, we need to act together and we need to act today.
The Coral Restoration Foundation™ is the largest coral REEF restoration organization in the world.