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Together We Are

A Global Community

Our success would not be possible without our funding partners who play a major role in our vision of Education to Employment.

Partnerships include social enterprise organisations, corporate social responsibility and philanthropy, business and government grants and project support.

BCF is a well resourced and powerful business partner with a high delivery component throughout Bali and the surrounding islands. Our project implementation, evidence collection, evaluation and analysis ensures our work is measurable and accountable.

Together, we can work with your own social responsibility strategy, build staff morale and customer loyalty or support your organisation to demonstrate and realise your values and commitment to the global community.


Since 2017 BCF have been the chosen partner for Bali Hope, a social enterprise that creates unique endurance events. They bring together small numbers of change makers and elite athletes to fundraise for specific social impact projects. Since 2017 they have raised over $250,000 for BCF and we look forward to working with them in 2020 and beyond.


Founded by business couple Jess Kirley and Saba Steck, Saba’s Kids scholarship program commenced in July 2016 in the village of Kayu Putih, North Bali. With a strong network in the expat community, Saba’s kids has rapidly grown from 7 children in the program to 92 in 2019. Jess and Saba have extensive support from a variety of local businesses who assist in funding their great work and regularly host events to continue to raise awareness for their community.


ISHKA Australia are an iconic collective of over 50 spectacular stores throughout Australia plus a huge on line presence, supplying homewares, clothing and jewellery sourced from villages throughout Asia.  With a strong commitment to global ethical business practices Ishka hass supported BCF for many years now and played a major role in the education journey towards sustainable waste management for the children of Lembongan. 


Marriott International Business Councils are made up of General Managers and associates across all brands and business functions in a specific market or region. Bali Business Council is one of 101 councils established across the globe. Banding together, they work on common challenges that they can collectively address for a stronger impact. These areas focus on the communities that the hotels operate in and include social impact, community Spirit to Serve initiatives, company culture and career growth. The Bali Business Council is made up of 19 operating hotels and all activities are directed at a local level and, include fundraising, in-kind donations, volunteer hours, community relations and advocate for Marriott’s business interests, especially around our associates and their careers.