FOR MOUNT AGUNG REFUGEES
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Mount Agung is the highest volcano in Bali, Indonesia. It last erupted in 1963 with devastating consequences for people living nearby and killing more than 1,100 people and injuring hundreds more.
A state of emergency has been declared after volcanologists warned that an eruption at Mount Agung volcano is imminent and require a great evacuation in some areas in Karangasem, Bali. As of September 29 th 2017, the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) announced there are 143,167 refugees divided in 430 evacuation centers in 9 districts.
Together with my wife and some volunteer friends here in Sanur - Bali, we share our sympathy and team an independent project to contribute our capacity to help the Mount Agung evacuees who left with minimum supplies in their new shelters.
During this season of giving, we are grateful and humbled to receive your kind support and donation. With your wonderful donation, we will able to provide and distribute more baby needs, sanitary facilities, children books and other urgent needs for a lot more refugees.
We will expanding our program to further emergency conditions.
If you would like to join to help, please send your donation by completing the below form.
The actual report of donation income, expenses and distribution activity will be posted on this website and can be accessed publicly. For whom request privacy for their name to be published, we will give direct code for them to access the report.
For any questions or further information, you may contact us at :
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or email to : email@example.com.
We thank you in advance for your great kindness, trust and generous support.
Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be used entirely to help the refugees and those who need.
May God bless us all.