Tuesday, October 5, 2010
On Thursday the 28th of September, Maya Ubud began visitation to several homes of orphan in Bali. The first visit was the Balinese orphanage known as Seeds of Hope, located in Dalung and founded by Tommy and his wife Sandra. This orphanage provides care to 67 children from the age of 10 months up to 18 years. Benih Harapan was the second orphanage visited in the same day.
In the following days, Saturday the 2nd of October, Maya Ubud visited more orphanages, Darma Jati a privately run Balinese orphanage for more than 200 children and Tat Wam Asi an orphanage for 45 girls. Yayasan Senyum, a non profit, independent organization working to bring health care to people with craniofacial disabilities was visited as well during the day.
During this visitation, some donation of useable stuff has been handed to them by Maya Ubud management. Further donation will be given to the other organization that provided care to orphans and poor and homeless children.