We continue our Environment program [ENP] with some activities in Waste Management and Recycling. 1200 children and seven village schools benefit weekly from our Waste Management and Recycling Program. Now 10,000+ children have benefited from our Programs
We continue our Environment program [ENP] with some activities in Waste Management and Recycling, and delay the re-establishment our English Language Program [ELC] as we seek additional funding for 2011-2014 for these programs. 1200 children benefit weekly from our programs. By the end of 2010 we have assisted 4500+ children in 8 years.
Through the private financial support provided by our Founder, Global Children Care (GCC) continues to assist 785+ children weekly in seven schools with two of our education programs English Language and Literacy [ELC] and our Environment Recycling and Waste management program [ENP]. Clothing donations which we receive periodically from random donors are distributed in the schools or the neighbouring communities. By the end of the 2009 School year we have assisted 3500+ children in 7.5 years.
We suddenly lose our private Donor due to their unexpected major investment losses in the US stock market as a result of the Global Financial Crisis. Our Founder provides funding to personally support the continuation of two education programs in conjunction with two local organizations BIWA and Eco Bali. We have increased the number of children benefiting weekly to 2,142% (two thousand one hundred and forty two percent) since we began in December 2002.
We re-design and re-launch in October 2008 our first official website and produce our first brochure. We are featured in an article titled Extraordinary Lives in the October edition of XL Results magazine and in an interview on XL Radio.
We introduce our Health Care Program with the provision of Dental screening, care and treatment and our Eye Care, treatment and reading glasses program in seven schools bringing benefit to 1100+ children and over 80 village school teachers.
We are now assisting 790 children weekly with our Education programs, on World Environment Day June 5th we formally open our Environment and Nature Program [ENP] in seven schools this program teaches 350+ children weekly and brings benefit to a total of over 1200 children with its educational classes and waste management and recycling programs.
We establish a new Sydney office in the apartment of our Treasuer. We apply for our first major funding grant and begin to receive the granted funds from a Private Donor.
We join and become Members of the Clean Up the World Environment Program.
We formally open our Ubud Bali office and introduce our Life Values program which benefits over 200 children a week whilst continuing our other educational programs which bring benefit to 380+ children weekly.
We register and receive Indonesian Government approval for our Indonesian based non- profit and introduce our Cultural Heritage Arts program through the ARMA Museum and the Rudana Museum of Ubud and the Cenik Wayah program established by the royal family of Ubud with 150 children benefiting weekly from this program. We also begin our Pilot Environment Program for 40 children in one school and run this program for 18 months. We continue providing our Education Programs to seven schools and over 450+ children weekly.We are featured in an article in Kabar Magazine in Indonesia
The number of schools increases to seven and the number of children receiving educational benefit increases to 450+ weekly.
Now five schools receive educational programs that benefit over 350+ children weekly.
The number of children receiving benefit and education increased to 250+ children in three schools and our first Clothing donations were distributed in the schools. Medical supplies were donated to Sanglah Hospital in Denpasar Bali via a donor’s generosity.
GCC became registered as an Income Tax Exempt Australian Incorporated non profit charity with its first office in our Public Officer’s Sydney apartment.
The first English Language program began with one Teacher and 35 young children in one small village school.
Global Children Care (a non profit organization) first Bali branch office began in our Founders former Bali home.