Kupu-Kupu Foundation improves the lives of people with disabilities in Bali, Indonesia. Join us and help make a difference.
Messy, dusty, whatever. We love it anyway. Our school is our second home, and there's nothing like home!
We help improve lives by assisting with medical care, medicines, physiotherapy and surgical operations. We provide wheelchairs and other physical aids and adapt facilities to be easier to use by people with disabilities.
We transport disabled children to and from school and help disabled people become more independent by selling and promoting handicrafts that they make.
We also work to increase awareness in the local community of the challenges faced by people with disabilities
We have 4 bungalows that we rent out for vacations, bringing an income to Kupu-Kupu Foundation but more importantly providing work opportunities for people with disabilities. This work enables disabled people to gain skills and confidence serving guests and the ability to take home a salary.
The bungalows are on the street Kajeng Jalan in Ubud - at the very end where the road ends - accross the bridge where there is a slope. Take the tiny path that goes between rice paddies to reach the bungalows.
You can be sure of a quiet and peaceful stay here and at the same time the center of Ubud is not far away. Coming along the countryside path to reach our bungalows you will feel the great beauty of the environment and the landscapes are spectacular.
On the ground floor is an open space to sit quietly and relax. The traditional bungalow has a thatched roof with a bedroom and double bed on the upper floor and ensuite bathroom.
Rp 200,000 per night with breakfast.
A classic bungalow is bright and cool and it has a spacious double sized room with one double and one twin bed and ensuite bathroom.
Rp 100,000 to Rp 150,000 per night with breakfast.
As the bungalows are traditionally built they are supplied with with cold water to help you cool down after the warm day. In our bungalows you will love the natural environment - enjoy the coconut trees, water, rice fields, the sky, the views of the volcanoes, the sound of birds, the sound of water, the colors on all sides ... a gift to all the senses! Next door there is an organic vegetable garden - from the road to the bungalows follow a lovely path for about an hour winding between paddy fields, coconut groves and streams. And don't miss out on eating a fresh coconut from the local hut on the way!
Come and look at our beautifully-painted artwork and colourful handicrafts made by disabled artists from local materials. The profile and photo of the artist or craftsman or woman is displayed next to each piece. Buy ethical gifts to take back to your friends and family - and you will know you are helping someone who is having a much tougher life than yourself.
Our art gallery shop is located on Jalan Raya Ubud near the central market at the corner of Jalan Hanoman, in front of the BPD Bank. We are open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.
Put a smile on a student's face and donate today. Help us to provide school facilities and other services to people with disabilities in Ubud and Bangli, Bali.
Kupu-Kupu Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation and we do not receive any local government funding for our work in communities here. Please give as much or as little as you can.
Please email us with the date and value of your donation or contact us for an alternative way to donate. We can not accept foreign cheques as they are expensive and difficult to deposit.
Wheelchairs and other mobility equipment are needed for people with disabilities in Bali. Please do not post your items as these will be costly and difficult for us to collect.
Sponsoring a person with disabilities at Kupu-Kupu is an effective and rewarding way to help make a real and lasting difference to a person with disabilities in Bali, Indonesia.
If you come by car from Peliatan to Ubud along the main road which is Jalan Raya Ubud, you pass a big statue on the right side of the road after which you come to the Bank BCA. Just after you pass the BCA Bank, the first road to the right is Jalan Tirta-Tawar. Drive up Jalan Tirta-Tawar and you will see the Yayasan Kupu-Kupu on the left side in front of the Pura Desa Temple.
If you come from the Ubud market along the main road which is Jalan Raya Ubud, towards to Peliatan, you pass the Neka Gallery and the first road to the left just after the Neka Gallery is Jalan Tirta-Tawar. Jalan Tirta Tawar is the road going to the Botanic Garden in Ubud. The Foundation is on the left side of the road, about 500 metres from the main road of Ubud, in front of the Pura Desa or Bale Banjar.
Send us an email using the form below or email email@example.com
Jalan Tirta-Tawar Number 22
Banjar Kutuh Kelod
+62 812 3628720
Ninos de Bali
Isabel +34 616156389
Jenny +34 679261483