GIVING BACK

TO BALI

VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

The smallest form of local government in Bali is a Banjar, which means neighborhood. The Chief Banjar is responsible for their local community, taking care of the cultural and religious values independently from the police.

BIC has chosen to support local Banjars with vocational programs that employ the poorest villagers, training them to fulfill jobs that add value to the community and restore the environment.

CLEANING THE LAND

Villagers who have difficulty with learning new skills are employed to help clean local rivers and collect plastic. It is not our intention to generate a profit from vocational programs; rather, we use our collective wealth to help those who have the greatest needs.

UPLIFTING COMMUNITIES

The founders of BIC personally assist Bali-based humanitarian as well as environmental projects and regularly donate funds to trusted organisations.

The Club encourages its members to also support existing programs and to propose new ways to help improve the wellbeing of the islands’ residents. We believe that by harnessing our collective resources, we can create positive impact for all.