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Karmagawa Is Helping To Build 10 More Schools To Help Children in Bali Get an Education

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Karmagawa is going to build 10 more schools/libraries with the non-profit charity, Bali Children’s Project!

The positive news was announced yesterday by our co-founder, Tim Sykes after he donated $100,000 of his own money towards the cause. The funds came from his stock market trading profits.

These schools will change the lives of many children — especially young girls — who have been caught in a cycle of rural poverty that is being driven by a lack of education.

The cycle of poverty in Bali has been preventing young people from achieving their dreams … but the new schools will give more children a chance to learn ways to earn their way out of poverty.

It can literally change their lives and that of their families forever!

Although the pandemic has made drastic changes to how these children can learn, schools must continue to be built because the needs in Bali are so great.

These 10 new projects will inspire whole villages and will give a massive push for Bali’s rural communities to come back stronger than ever, once the lockdown is over.

Once these schools are finished, it will bring the total number of schools we support in Bali to 31!

Check out this video about our 16th and 17th schools …

At Karmagawa, we are very excited about this. We love people, animals, and the planet and we’re using our time, work, and resources to prove it.

We also love our community and we’re thankful that you’re on this journey with us.

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more stories and updates … and make sure to share our information with your family and loved ones so that they can join the community, too.

Have you ever wanted to create documentaries about causes that you care about? 

If so, pro filmmaker Amir Zakeri created a masterclass for us to help Karmagawa followers learn videography — here’s 50% off.

Proceeds go to important causes, so you can feel great about learning. Get started now

What do you think about more children in Bali getting a chance to have an education? Leave a comment below.

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