I was always skeptical of Bali. As an Australian, I had no interest in using up my vacation days to just be surrounded by more Australians, even if it was on a tropical island. It wasn’t until going to West Bali with Dojo and Five Pillar Experiences that I truly realised what Bali had to offer…
Due to the growing number of aid organisations and campaigns requiring support for the recent and widespread earthquake devastation in Lombok and the Gili Islands, the following overview was created to streamline the process of choosing a reputable and trustworthy organisation making it more likely the right support and donations will reach those who need […]
I want to share with you some progress updates on our current Cogiving projects in which Dojo members are involved, some Cogiving events and tell you about an outstanding Cogiving legend! Bye Bye Plastic Bags This month we were fortunate to get the support of an outstanding member at Dojo. Diandra Wardhana is an intern […]
Wow, June went by like a flash! No wonder that it did, considering there were so many cool events and happenings in Cogiving this month. A human chain demonstration organized by the youth of Bye Bye Plastic Bags, their awesome talk at Dojo, a cogiving trip, cogiving meetup and heaps of Dojo legends giving support to our partner charities. Here is a breakdown of all that’s happened this month!
Last month, two new organic products were showcased in the Bali Direct Online Food Store. These were not just any organic products, they are special because the producers of these products are supported by Five Pillar Foundation and the marketing was supported by two generous Dojo members through Cogiving, Caroline and Anna! They helped find retailers in Bali who would be interested to sell these products on their platform and connect them with Five Pillar Foundation.
It is the beginning of the month and it’s time for a Cogiving Update! It has been a good month in Cogiving this May. We got a lot of new members contributing to our partner charities, success achieved for members who have contributed and a couple of cool Cogiving events went on. Here is a breakdown on all that’s happened in May.
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