A donation platform centred around fundraising needs for nonprofits!

More than yesterday and even less than tomorrow, the foundation continues to develop projects with humanitarian goals, positive and virtuous. In these troubled times, we are concretely with those who have problems and bring them something to eat, to heal! Let us be stronger together!

Covid-19 outbreak | Support free food, hygiene kits and information for the population affected

$30 | I Act for 9 meals & sanitary kits
$50 | I Act for 30 meals & sanitary kits
$80 | I Act for 47 meals & sanitary kits
$100 | I Act for 60 meals & sanitary kits

Fundraising for the causes you care about!

Let our creativity run wild, stay human, join hands to help as many people as possible!

Whether to fund creative, cultural, humanitarian, solidarity projects and many others, the Fair Future Foundation created this Social Crowdfunding platform. Welcome on Action for Fair Future!

Action for Fair Future is dedicated to providing help, support, logistical and social advice, visibility to all official organisations that need it. Your Action for Fair Future platform will help you develop your own actions, those that you will dedicate to humans and humanity.

With Action for Fair Future, even small project holders have the opportunity to appeal to donations. We create Action for Fair Future allow public institutions, not-for-profit organisations, but also groups of young people with a common goal and individuals with a social project, carrying projects, to exhibit their actions and projects and conduct their own campaigns.

You will be the leader of your project, you will be the “Project Manager”. We will help you implement your fundraising campaign in a precise and guided manner and you will definitely be a part of your project.

Thank you for supporting one or causes and thank you for being one of those who make a change!

 

The 4 last gifts/donations received 

christian monin

CHF 210.00 April 4, 2020

Great initiative & take care

Suzanne Melber

$29.00 April 3, 2020

Philippe Lautier

$102.52 April 3, 2020

Rolf Zen-Ruffinen

$51.26 April 3, 2020

The causes that we highlight - Vital emergencies - Ongoing actions!

This project started, it will run until the April 30th, 2020!

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Covid-19 outbreak | Support free food, hygiene kits & infos!

COVID-19 outbreak, Kawan Baik & Fair Future Foundation are taking basic level action to help local communities who're impacted on their health & on a socio-economic level. Public health should come 1st, economics can come later. But until now the government put the economical consideration first.

We must rebuild as soon as possible. School resumes in

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Rebuild the Mbinu Ndita’s School, destroyed by a storm!

December 20, 2019. The school composed of two parallel classrooms in Mbinu Ndita (East Sumba), collapsed caused by a storm. Fair Future will help the village, the kids, the teachers to rebuild the two classrooms, then more than 50 kids ages from 8 to 10yo, will go back to school.

Act to equip the villages of Sumba with a first aid kit!

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Help us to provide one first aid kit per School and Village!

When first aid kit can be accessed easily, ensure that the people around it are safe. As part of our actions in East Sumba, when the basic needs for access to basic health care are not met, we start simple actions. Learning to treat minor injuries not to become more serious injuries!

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“There are many of us who work to eat today, we can’t work from home “. A street vendor in Denpasar

COVID-19 outbreak - Read More

In response to the evolution of the COVID-19 outbreak, Kawan Baik Indonesia Foundation and Fair Future Foundation are taking basic level action to help local communities who are impacted on their health and on the socio-economic level. Public health should come first, economics can come later. But until now the government put the economical consideration first.

FFF, KBI, Friends, and Partners will support the community with daily-income affected by the epidemic of the COVID-19 by giving some healthy, nutritious foods, sanitary kits and information about the virus. The program is intended for street vendors, microscale, etc…

That is a fact that more than half of the population in Indonesia are daily-income residents working in the informal sector. The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) noted that the informal sector dominates employment in Indonesia. In February 2019, there were 74 million people aged 15 years and over who worked in the informal sector, while only 55.3 million people are working in the formal sector.

The effects of poverty on children especially when young people don’t receive full educations

Effects of poverty on children - Read more!

The effects of poverty on children are wide-reaching and can lead to lifelong struggles, especially when young people don’t receive full educations…

Poverty and education are inextricably linked, because people living in poverty may stop going to school so they can work, which leaves them without literacy and numeracy skills they need to further their careers.

Their children, in turn, are in a similar situation years later, with little income and few options but to leave school and work.

Children living in poverty face many barriers to accessing an education. Some are obvious  -like not having a school to go to- while others are more subtle, like the teacher at the school not having had the training needed to help children learn effectively.

Increasing access to education can improve the overall health and longevity of a society, grow economies, and even combat climate change.

Improve education programs. There is 1,000 ways to create economic opportunities

1,000 ways to create opportunities - Read more!

Improve education programs, install light to study or work. There is 1,000 ways to create economic opportunities…

Growth can generate virtuous circles of prosperity and opportunity. Even low growth will allow parents to pay for their children’s education or to take care of themselves, for example.

This growth offers opportunities for work and lucrative activities in order to eat better, sleep better and be able to afford medical care, and sometimes even to have fun!

Creating jobs is a huge global challenge. Over 200 million people worldwide are unemployed, many of them are very young. Two billion working-age adults (mainly women) remain outside the labour force. Of course, Indonesia is not to be outdone with the 4th world population!

The population rapidly increasing in Indonesia, hundreds of thousands of additional jobs will be created over the next 15 years.

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Does your project relate to these themes? So let's work together for a different world! Submit your project here, and now!

Action for Fair Future themes extends through the development of actions related to improving living conditions, women's health, support for pregnancies among minors. Access to drinking water and electricity using renewable energy sources such as wind, air and water. Improvement of tools allowing access to better education, school supplies, school safety and feeling joy while studying. And of course, everything that directly or indirectly affects access to basic health and medical care for all.

If your project is related to one of these big universal problems, then join us and together, let's work to develop your cause. Start your Project Here and Now Kawan!

Actions we work on together!

Unleash your creativity, join the foundation and together, let's develop your action!

All the good friends who have already helped us

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christian monin

CHF 210.00 April 4, 2020

Great initiative & take care

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Suzanne Melber

$29.00 April 3, 2020
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Philippe Lautier

$102.52 April 3, 2020
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Rolf Zen-Ruffinen

$51.26 April 3, 2020
Anonymous User

Anonymous

CHF 412.24 April 1, 2020
Anonymous User

Anonymous

CHF 515.23 April 1, 2020
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Véronique Chechin-Laurens

$53.27 March 31, 2020
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Daniele Papi

$95.00 March 30, 2020
LW

Léa Wettstein

CHF 50.67 March 28, 2020
CD

Camille Diserens

$80.00 March 27, 2020
Anonymous User

Anonymous

CHF 103.29 March 27, 2020
JL

Julian Lusardi

$51.80 March 26, 2020

Take care Alex

Last stories, posts, gallery!

Access to water in remote areas – January 2020

Malnutrition and infant mortality are high! The women are spared walking to the well sometimes far away. Imagine having to walk barefoot for hours in treacherous, dangerous terrain just for a glass of water.
During one of our visits, a woman said: “We do not have enough water to cook and we can not wash every day, once a week. I have to walk 12 km to the well and back, or I have to pay Rp.5k for a 5-litre water bottle, which will not last a day “.
let’s do something together to change this!

Sumba Photo Stories by Kawan Baik – East Sumba – February 2020

Some new picture of their work in East Sumba – End of February 2020.
As Kawan Baik aims to contribute to the development in disadvantaged areas, we need to map out the most pressing issues in every area where we work. Nevertheless, it is sometimes a difficult process to define what the real problems are, to decide what should be prioritized, and to find the most effective method to solve the problems. Therefore, we initiate a photography project, through which we attempt to do the process in a creative way by engaging local children and understanding the problems through their perspective.

Rebuilding the Mbinundita school – Survey on the site – January 2020

We start to rebuild in February 2020 and launching in March 2020!

The school we are looking after in Mbinundita (Sumba East) was completely destroyed by a storm on December 18, 2019. The Foundation, therefore, undertook to rebuild it before the end of March 2020. More than 50 children from this very remote area, have no more school and we all cry, simply because it is a real drama for this whole rural community, which lives without direct access to water and without electricity. We took this school under our wing in November 2019, touched by the poverty and the kindness of this extraordinary population.

Sumba Photo Stories by Kawan Baik Indonesia – Lapinu, January 20

As Kawan Baik aims to contribute to the development in disadvantaged areas, we need to map out the most pressing issues in every area where we work.
Nevertheless, it is sometimes a difficult process to define what the real problems are, to decide what should be prioritized, and to find the most effective method to solve the problems.
Therefore, we initiate a photography project, through which we attempt to do the process in a creative way by engaging local children and understanding the problems through their perspective.
Sumba Photo Project will be one of our brainchilds. In this project, we will teach local children about photography,

Covid-19 outbreak – March 2020

We start to rebuild in February 2020 and launching in March 2020!

The school we are looking after in Mbinundita (Sumba East) was completely destroyed by a storm on December 18, 2019. The Foundation, therefore, undertook to rebuild it before the end of March 2020. More than 50 children from this very remote area, have no more school and we all cry, simply because it is a real drama for this whole rural community, which lives without direct access to water and without electricity. We took this school under our wing in November 2019, touched by the poverty and the kindness of this extraordinary population.

Christmas 2019 with Kawan Baik Indonesia – Lapinu, January 20

On January 10 and for two days, we went to Lapinu, a tiny village, nestled in the middle of nowhere, located east of Sumba Island, one of the poorest regions of Indonesia and Asia.
As you know, we organized a small program to celebrate Christmas with the children and the population of this village, during our week of work on site. We have indeed three programs that have started almost at the same time in East Sumba.
For the Christmas party in Lapinu, we have prepared a festive meal: Spaghetti and homemade Italian sauce, prepared by all of us. The village has no water or electricity, it was a real challenge for all of us, but this challenge quickly turned into a real success.

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COVID-19 Community Care - Jour 1 Début du projet COVID-19 Community Care - Jour 1 Début du projet, on à de quoi faire ! Au programme ; création de gel antiseptique à base d’aloe vera et d’alcool à 70%, puis livraison de la nourriture qui compose les paquets. Division des matières premières (avec seulement deux balances, ça prend un temps fou) et remplissage des paquets. Heureusement pour nous, plein de petites mains sont venues pour nous aider. Tout le monde a envie de mettre la main à la pâte et de donner un coup de main.. On y a passé la journée pour que tout soit prêt pour la première livraison de 100 paquets. Merci à tous ces bénévoles sans qui rien ne serait possible ! Il nous manque encore un peu plus de 2’500 CHF pour deux semaines de projets et de soutien à plus de 700 familles. Merci à tous de votre bienveillance et de votre soutien.. on le rappelle toujours mais sans vous tous, rien de tout ça n’est possible. Les peintures que vous voyez en fond sont l'oeuvre du talentueux @wd_wilddrawing #Covid19CommunityCare #KawanAgainstCovid19 #KawanSehat #KawanBaikIndonesia #FairFutureFoundation

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