Bali desperately
needs your help

Hey, wake up! Due to severe recession, many Balinese families are on the edge now. Kids and elders need as little as a daily meal to survive, and you can be of great help to them.

FoodBank is a unified data source and intelligence hub for all food distribution initiatives in Bali.

Our automated solution for management of help seekers and tracking of food deliveries leverages data to make decisions on who needs help the most, where and when to provide support at its best. We make sure our combined efforts are applied proportionally to all people in need.
We have partnered with multiple Balinese food distribution initiatives and charity organizations run by locals and foreigners, and we're distributing basic food and hygiene packages ourselves employing volunteers and taking all safety measures.
Are you distributing food in Bali?

It's time to give back

How FoodBank donations work:

* Zero management fees. All your donations are converted into food.
1
Share your donation in form of money or non-perishable food
Please note FoodBank accepts Wire/TransferWise in all currencies, PayPal, cash, and food donations now.
2
We stock up at the local market and order food directly from farmers
Your donations are best used by verified food distribution initiatives we partner with. They are real professionals in scouting lowest prices and smoothing local logistics. FoodBank overlooks operations and supports deliveries along their way to families. Here's how a basic food package looks like:
Typical food package
(might vary slightly)
  • 10kg of rice
  • 30 eggs
  • 2l of cooking oil
  • Eggplants, potatoes, carrots, onions
  • Soy sauce
  • Canned goods
  • A pack of tea
  • Soap and sanitary goods
3
We pick the families in utmost need and deliver basic food packages to their doors
Our growing database has 2455+ records of people who registered at FoodBank.co and asked for help. We prioritize families with kids and no income for a long time. We do extensive social profiling and data verification making sure your help is well targeted and applied proportionally on fair bases.

Who's on board?

Get to know who supports Bali FoodBank financially and emotionally.

Gerda Mi

Founder of Makara Wear

Gerda Mi

Founder of Makara Wear
I live in Bali for many years, and frankly it's devastating to see the consequences of C19 at my home. I used to fight plastic, now I'm on a mission to fight hunger too.
I started Makara Wear here in Bali. It's a swimsuit and apparel brand geared towards independent and adventurous women. And now I feel I have to support Balinese people who supported my success in business and life.
I pledge 10% of each sale I make to FoodBank, and I ask you to join me in my fight against hunger.

Max Bratsun

Founder of FoodBank.co

Max Bratsun

Founder of FoodBank.co
I discovered Bali for myself only last year, and fell in love with the island at the first sight. I've been all around the world but I never felt so much at home as here. If you're reading this, might be you have the same feeling.
I believe we have no right to let people starve if we have more than we need for ourselves.
I pledge US$2000 to FoodBank, and I ask you to join me in my fight against hunger.

Jil Wong

Founder of Savon Stella

Jil Wong

Founder of Savon Stella
I am grateful to call Bali my second home and thankful for how much the Island has changed my life.
Now with the world in disarray, I want to help make a small change in the lives of the local people of Bali who have been struggling with the effects of C19.
I pledge $5 of each sale towards the FoodBank, and ask of you to join me in my fight against hunger.

We fed 290 families, and we have 2455 more to feed. We won't do without you.

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