2006 - 2010


Indonesia is a country stricken by severe natural disasters, economic and political crisis, extreme poverty and numerous human rights offences.

    • According to the Indonesian Red Cross, the 2004 tsunami killed more than 130,000 Indonesian
      citizens in Aceh, Sumatra and destroyed the homes of over 500,000 others.
    • A year later, an 8.7 earthquake devastated the island of Nias, just off Sumatra, taking and
      destroying more lives.
    • Floods and landslides during the rainy season destroy thousands of homes and lives every year.
    • Religious warfare between Muslims and Christians continues in Central Sulawesi, Ambon and
      the Maluku islands (9,000 dead in 3 years) destroying thousands of lives and creating many new
      orphans every day.
    • Civil warfare has wreaked havoc and made thousands of families destitute in East Timor
      (10,000 Indonesian soldiers dead in 24 years) and Aceh, Sumatra (15,000 dead in 30 years).
    • When President Suharto was ousted from power in May 1998, thousands of people died in riots
      across the country. Human rights groups estimated that 160 ethnic Chinese women were also
      raped during this time.
    • According to Transparency International, Indonesia is one of the top 15% most corrupt countries
      in the world. The rich are getting richer while the poor and getting poorer.
    • There are more than 50,000 children living on the streets of Indonesia, according to the
      Indonesian Department of Social Welfare (2003). Their lives are a constant battle for food and
      shelter while struggling to avoid regular physical and sexual attacks.
    • The country has a huge sex industry. According to UNICEF, it is estimated that 100,000 children
      and women are trafficked each year in Indonesia's sex industry. Child prostitution is on the rise,
      and one third of the sex workers are under 18 years old.

And yet, even with all the hardship they endure, the people of Indonesia are some of the most beautiful and open hearted you could ever be fortunate enough to meet. 

This Business Plan is about helping those who are unable to help themselves

by helping them to help themselves



We see so many terrible things on television news programs and films that most of us become deadened to feeling the suffering and pain of our fellow man. We detach ourselves from what we see, so as to protect ourselves from suffering the pain we would feel. Other factors also contribute, and the resulting effect on us is to eventually shut down that part of us that is able to feel entirely. We lose the ability to unconditionally love and care for others, and for ourselves. We focus on filling our waking hours with work and entertainment, bombarding our senses with distractions, rather than to face the true situation of the world we live in and our place in it.

This Business Plan is about opening our hearts and minds to the extreme suffering so many people endure every day, and to provide relief from that suffering wherever possible.

1.1.1 In a Nutshell

The Foundation will build and operate a Relief Complex in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia.

The main building at the complex will be an orphanage providing a home for 100 homeless children.

Additional buildings will act as support to the orphanage's activities, including a school and work training facilities, and widen the target of support to distressed women and neglected elderly people.

The Foundation will be active in the community, providing counselling and support at a grassroots level, while working with government departments and charitable organisations to improve the level of legal and social support for human rights, humanitarian and social issues.

1.1.2 Vision
Relief from suffering for those in most distress and hardship,
that they may have the opportunity to develop
and live fulfilling and worthwhile lives.
1.1.3 Mision Statement
To care for, support and educate those suffering the worst hardship and distress as a result of local, national or international disaster or by reason of social, personal or economic circumstances
The groups identified as being in greatest need of support are :
§ Orphans and Neglected Children,
§ Child Prostitutes,
§ Neglected Senior Citizens and
§ Destitute Families

This will be achieved through provision of residential, educational, vocational, counselling and personal development facilities at a grassroots level.
To work with government departments and charitable organisations to help :
Eliminate commercial sexual exploitation, the sale and trafficking of children and child abuse,
Improve the level of legal and social support for human rights, humanitarian and social issues,
To provide opportunities for personal development by establishing facilities for direct international interaction, mutual learning and understanding, with the goal of helping to create a more balanced and peaceful world.
1.2.1 To Help Relieve Suffering
The principal policy of the Foundation is to help, where possible, anyone who suffers hardship and distress, regardless of religion, nationality, race, class, age or circumstances. Help shall be offered rather than imposed and provided freely with absolute integrity and intention of selfless compassionate service.
1.2.2 Guiding Principles
The Foundation advocates the importance of :
compassion for others,
a healthy and moral existence,
living with awareness, and
As a result, these guiding principles will be installed into the central character of the Foundation and all its activities.

The Foundation recognizes that humanity is in a constant state of learning and development. Therefore to provide the best possible service, the Foundation must also not be static in its thinking and approach but must strive constantly to develop and improve in every way possible. The Foundation will establish a library, where research into a wide variety of different cultures will be undertaken to identify, bring together and establish in one place the life knowledge and wisdom most closely related to these principles.
1.2.3 Personal Development

The Foundation's Residential Complex will not just be a ‘bed for the night', but a place that helps to develop and empower members with the aim of setting them up with a strong foundation for the best chance in life possible. Helping them to help themselves and become free-thinkers, by offering unbiased education so they can make their own choices leading to a more fulfilling and worthwhile life.

The Foundation believes that many problems in the world, such as religious intolerance, racism, destruction of the environment etc., are a basic result of human fear and ignorance.

Through a broad education and direct interaction between people of different nations, one would hope that humanity can grow to become more open-minded and compassionate, and less prejudiced and self-centered.

Activities will begin by renting a suitable property to function as a temporary orphanage. Once operations are established at these premises, land will be purchased and building work on a new orphanage, with capacity to home 100 children, will commence. The new orphanage will then be developed to extend the services provided from basic housing to include schooling, work training, personal development activities and home industry projects. Also the target population to receive aid will be extended and facilities will be provided for ex-prostitutes, neglected senior citizens and destitute families.
Ø      Indonesian Foundation
Δ   Residential Complex
o   Orphanage
§  Small Farm
§  School & Library
§  Work Training Facilities
§  Personal Development Activities
§  Home Industry Projects
o    Distressed Women's House
o    Senior Citizens' Home
o    Small Hotel with Tour & Travel Business
Δ   Mobile Activities
o    Counselling
o    Intermediary Work
o    Small Business Support
Ø      UK Foundation
Δ   Fundraising Activities
o    Apply for Grants and Donations
o    Charity Shop
o    Online Trading
o    Marketing Tour & Travel Business

The current plans already represent a significantly sized project which will take a number of years to establish.

However once the Organisation is set up and running, it will form the blueprint for establishing similar projects in other cities and countries.

As we learn and develop together, it is expected that we will make mistakes along the way. What is important is that we learn from those experiences and incorporate what we have learned into providing a continually improving service and blueprint for the future.


Two legal entities will be established.
The first, in Indonesia, will focus on the provision of charitable activities.
The second, in the UK, will focus on fundraising.

2.1.1 Yayasan Gunungan

Gunungan is the Indonesian name for the leather puppet representation of the Universal Mountain incorporating the Tree of Life. Yayasan means ‘Foundation'.

Yayasan Gunungan will be responsible for the provision of charitable activities within Indonesia.

2.1.2 Tree Of Life Foundation

The Tree of Life Foundation will be set up in the UK as a charitable non-profit company limited by guarantee.

The main object of the foundation will be to raise funds for charitable operations that alleviate suffering in Asia and around the World.

The foundation will also be used to provide opportunities for underprivileged people to live and work in a western society to experience the culture and way of life. In this way it is hoped that people can achieve a more global view on life, appreciating the positive and negative factors of other cultures.

2.2.1 Stephen Smith BA ACA
Stephen is originally from the UK. After completing a degree in Accounting & Finance, he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1994 while working for KPMG as a Financial Consultant. At the beginning of 1996 he took a planned year off work to backpack around the world. After travelling in East Africa, India and South East Asia he first arrived in Indonesia at the end of 1996. However, rather than return to the UK, he joined a small meditation group in Solo, Central Java and stayed there for the next 7 years. During this time he was dedicated to studying the beliefs and practicing the meditation exercises from a wide range of traditions and religions. In 2003 Stephen left the meditation group to work as General Manager for a local manufacturing company. Now, 2 years on, he is focussing his attention on a strong desire to give back to the country and people who have given him so much. Bringing together his Western educational background and what he has learned from living and studying in Asia, Stephen is the founder and President of Yayasan Gunungan and The Tree of Life Foundation.
2.2.2 Ibu Muljani
Ibu Mul has over 26 years experience working in Orphanages and for most of that time was Head of the Government Orphanage in Solo City, with responsibility for approximately 50 children. Since 2003 Ibu Mul has been working as Head of the Social Rehabilitation Department of the local Government Social Department, where she is responsible for street children, sex workers, disabled (including deaf, dumb, blind and mentally disabled) children, beggars, homeless people, drug addicts and HIV & AIDS sufferers. Ibu Mul is the Secretary of Yayasan Gunungan and Head of the Orphanage.
2.2.3 Suratni
Ratni was born near Wonogiri, a small town approximately 30km south of Solo, Central Java. After completing High School, she came to Solo to find work so that she could pay for her little brother to go to school. She soon found work as an Assistant Manager at a local city hotel and, during this time, was able to put her brother through school as well as further her own education by attending a number of English language courses. Ratni is a highly motivated young woman and is now General Manager of O-Solo-Mio, a top city restaurant, and also Non-Executive Director of P.T. Absormatic Indonesia. Ratni is the Treasurer of Yayasan Gunungan.

So that the Foundation can begin providing support without delay, suitable premises for an orphanage will be rented immediately. The property will be refurbished as necessary and the required furniture and appliances installed. Qualified staff will be hired and the orphanage will start to receive its first children.
During the following six months extensive work will be carried out to source donations for the continued running of the orphanage and for the building project. It is expected that within these six months the orphanage will be running smoothly and enough contributions will have been collected to begin building.

3.1.1 Orphanage

The first activity at the complex will be to build and operate the new orphanage. The building will have two stories and be built in a U shape configuration around an open courtyard.

The upper level will be entirely residential, with girls on one side and boys on the other. Younger children will sleep in dormitories of 10 children per room while older children and young people will be accommodated in smaller rooms with 4 people per room. The upper story will also provide a living room, washrooms, toilets, and single rooms for live-in helpers.

The ground floor will provide the activity rooms. These include the crèche & nursery, kitchen, dining room, study room, computer room, living room, office and first-aid room.

The Foundation's policy is to help all those children and young people who are in need, regardless of religion, nationality, race, class, age and circumstances. However ‘need' will be assessed on a case by case basis. Where it is possible to re-integrate young people back into society or re-unite children with their families, this will always be the preferred option. For those members who live at the house, it will aim to provide an encouraging, loving, happy and stable environment while instilling a good understanding of right and wrong, and an appreciation of the needs of others through close communal interaction.

Children will initially attend local village schools, although they will receive extra lessons in English from volunteer English language teachers invited from abroad. The English language is widely used internationally and by studying it members will have many more choices and opportunities available to them for their life after leaving the Foundation.

The Foundation will develop a website which will include an on-line chat area where children will have the opportunity to communicate with other children from around the world. Here they will be able to practice their language skills, learn and develop their understanding about other cultures and have fun.

In conjunction with this, exchange programs will be established with other groups around the world, giving children the opportunity to visit and experience first hand other cultures and ways of life.

Other opportunities offered to older members will include personal development activities, vocational training, and for some, employment.

3.1.2 Distressed Women's House

The complex will be built on the outskirts of Solo City, a city rumoured to be the central hub for the buying and selling of children and young women for Indonesia's sex industry. Young women, many under the age of 18, endure terrible hardship, held captive inside filthy brothels, servicing a number of men every day. They are rarely allowed out and are often forced into becoming drug addicts by their captives. The brothel owners usually keep the money that the women earn and provide them with just enough food and drugs to keep them operational.

Many young women and children have been sold into the business by their own parents who could no longer afford to support them. Unscrupulous orphanage owners also sell children under their protection into the sex industry. Many children orphaned in Aceh by the tsunami were collected and sold off. Most going from one day, enjoying a happy life with their family and friends, to the next day alone, beaten and sexually abused in some far away city or country. At one legitimate orphanage visited, among some 30 children from Central Java, there was a young girl who had been saved from Aceh. When the manager of the orphanage was asked why there was only one from Aceh, the answer was that one was all they could afford to buy.

The second house to be constructed at the complex will be a sanctuary for young women who have managed to break away from a life of prostitution, or are distraught in some other terrible way. The Foundation will also actively search out prostitutes, and provide counselling, health checks and safe sex education. The distressed women's house will primarily function as a transit house, where members can release some of the pain they have suffered in a safe environment and receive proper counselling, education, work training and possibly employment within the complex.

3.1.3 School and Library

Once the houses are established, a school will then be constructed. Students will not only learn the traditional subjects they would learn in a local school, but also receive a higher standard of education in the English language, a broader world view on subjects such as history and religion, and an additional focus on the natural world and the world we live in.

With regard to religion, the school will provide a bias-free and complete education in the main world religions as well as a variety of traditional faiths. Members will receive the proper foundations to decide the way which is best for themselves, while learning to respect the beliefs of others.

The school will provide the children and young people with a solid educational foundation, from where many more opportunities will be available to them than would otherwise have been possible. Volunteer teachers will be invited from abroad to provide assistance and additional material. The use of volunteer teachers will not only provide an excellent additional resource for the school but also provide the volunteers with a wonderful opportunity to experience the Asian culture first hand.

3.1.4 Work training

Many street children and sex workers have very limited schooling and even less vocational training. The first barrier to cross is teaching the value of working, of creating something to be proud of and receiving direct remuneration for this work, rather than begging or submitting to physical and emotional abuse for money. By offering a variety of in-house vocational training programs and funding attendance at established external vocational training centers, members will not only be taught a useful trade to sustain themselves in the future but they will also develop self-respect and confidence as a direct result.

Vocational Programs on offer will include, but not be limited to :
Engine Mechanics
Computer Skills
Hotel & Catering

Prior to starting a program, members will be evaluated as to where their passion and abilities lie. Priority will be given to matching a member's area of passion and ability with specific programs, thereby providing them with the best chance of enjoyment and success.

3.1.5 Personal Development Activities
Team and adventure activities are an excellent means of developing self-respect and self-confidence of members who take part. Participants also learn how to become a productive member of a team, to rely on others and accept the responsibility of others relying on them. These are all valuable attributes which allow for the opportunity of creating a more fulfilling and rewarding life for oneself.

The Complex will include activity and sports areas, as follows :
§ Adventure area (climbing, rope swings, rope walks etc.)
§ Sports area (football, badminton etc.)

Also regular adventure trips for older members will be arranged, such as :
§ River rafting,
§ Jungle and mountain treks,
§ Camping and
§ Beach trips

The physical activities mentioned above will be balanced with cultural and artistic activities. The Foundation will provide opportunities for studying traditional and modern music, dance and art. Teachers for these activities will be recruited locally and from abroad. Traditional Indonesian wayang plays are not only a source of entertainment but are also used as a means of passing on moral and spiritual teachings. Participants will be encouraged to write their own plays based on their personal lives. It is hoped that these plays will help promote emotional healing in the participants as well as educating audiences and also preserving local culture.

The Complex will provide cultural and artistic activities, as follows :
Gamelan and modern music
Wayang orang plays
Traditional and modern dance
Batik and other traditional art
Shadow puppet performance

Performances and shows will be presented locally. It is also hoped that at some point in the future, it will become possible to put on performances in the UK and/or some other overseas countries.
3.1.6 Home Industry
Older members of a working age will be offered the opportunity of working within the Foundation's Home Industry business. For most who choose this option it will be for a short term only, as a means to accumulate some savings in preparation for leaving. Products produced will focus on those items most suitable for export, such as handicrafts, small furniture items and garments.
3.1.7 Small Farm

A Small Farm and Orchard will be created where members of the foundation will look after a number of livestock and grow fruits, herbs and vegetables.

Importantly, by working to help nurture animals and plants, it is hoped that members will develop increased self-respect and respect for the environment, also a greater feeling of self-worth and confidence. All these are qualities often lost from a life on the streets or in prostitution. By having these qualities re-installed, members should be much better equipped to live a fulfilling life in society.

The farm will also provide a supply of natural organic foods for the Complex. Members will be encouraged to appreciate and become aware of the effect that food has on their bodies and grow to be more healthy individuals with a better quality of life as a result. Members involved with the farm and cooking at the Complex will study food nutrition and traditional herbal remedies to help provide everyone with the solid basis for a healthy body and mind.

3.1.8 Senior Citizens' Home

“I was sitting one day at a local restaurant in the city, when the friend I was with pointed out an old lady collapsed by the side of the road. She was totally naked except for an old blanket someone had tried to put over her and a dirty plastic bag tied around an infected foot half destroyed by gangrene. It was mid-afternoon and the local people told us that she had been there since the day before. She could hardly move and was obviously extremely sick. Straight away we arranged for her to be taken to a local hospital and cared for. Sadly, however, 3 days later we heard that she had passed away.” (Solo, Indonesia, Aug 2005).

The culture in Indonesia is very much to respect senior members of the family and society, and many are well cared for by their families. However there are also many who become too great a financial and emotional burden on their relatives. Senior citizen homes do exist, but they are few and terribly under-funded. It is not uncommon to see a man or woman well into their 70's or 80's begging at traffic lights alongside the street children, struggling, with no dignity left, to collect enough money for a bowl of boiled rice.

A home for neglected and abandoned senior citizens will be built at the complex. The home will be set within an attractive location and staffed with trained helpers to provide the best possible care and activities, so that the neglected elderly can enjoy their remaining years with dignity and self-respect.

3.1.9 Small Hotel with Tour & Travel Service
A small basic hotel will be built with 20 rooms and capacity for 40 visitors.

This will be used for providing accommodation to visiting volunteer workers, other visitors and tourists.

Working in the hotel with give some members the chance to learn basic hotel and catering skills with the opportunity to interact with people from other countries, while providing themselves and the Foundation with an income.

In conjunction with the hotel, a tour & travel service will be established. Members trained in and learning tourism will work as guides, offering informative tours to local attractions for visiting tourists.

Tours will include, but not be limited to :
The many ancient temples in the area, such as Borobudur, Prambanan, Mendut, Sukuh, Ceto, Sewu etc.
White water rafting through the rainforest
Plays and performances, such as the Ramayana at Prambanan Temple
Local handicraft industries

A mobile unit will be created to visit and provide aid to prostitutes, street children, neglected senior citizens and destitute families. Trained counsellors and helpers will provide aid where needed.

A helpline shall also be advertised for people to call for assistance, which the mobile unit will respond to.

3.2.1 Counselling

Trained counsellors will visit prostitutes and street children to listen to their problems and provide advice and assistance as required.

Assistance will be provided to help gain access to government services, such as healthcare, free schooling, birth certificates and identity cards.

Advice will be provided on the risks of unsafe sex and also the value of education.

Work training and some employment will be offered from the Residential Complex.

3.2.2 Intermediary

It has been estimated that there are around 50,000 street children in Indonesia.

In many instances street children have run away from home to search for a better life. They may have been beaten or sexually abused by their relatives or there may simply not have been enough food to go around. Some are lured away from home by friends with talk of great opportunity. Whatever the reason for leaving, what these children usually find is a life spent either begging for money on a polluted city street or being forced into a life of prostitution.

Street children are considered to be the lowest class of society. In many cases the main reason that the children do not return home is due to embarrassment. They fear embarrassment in front of their family and the embarrassment they would bring upon their family within society.

Trained counsellors will visit the street children and strive to find their families. Then, working with both parties as an intermediary, establish communication between the two and, where possible, find a means to reunification.

After reunification, regular visits will continue to ensure the child is living in a satisfactory and safe family environment.

3.2.3 Small Business Support
Many families suffer financially, due to a lack of basic financial awareness or limited capital. The mobile unit will visit family businesses to provide financial management advice and small business loans. This will be an ongoing process to help establish families with a stable and secure source of income.

4.1.1 Online Sales
In the UK a small internet business will be established to sell furniture and handicrafts imported from Indonesia. An online shop will initially be set up on E-Bay followed by the foundation's own website shop. Warehousing facilities in the UK have already been made available to the foundation and a sponsor furniture company has agreed to provide the operations in Indonesia. As a result of this help and no requirement for a physical retail shop, start-up costs will be greatly reduced. By cutting out wholesale and retail overheads, the foundation will be able to offer very affordable prices while still achieving a reasonable contribution for the Foundation.

The sponsor furniture company will provide photographs of items, marketing merchandise and website development to assist with setting up the online shop. The company will also provide credit on shipments which will help with financing working capital. The costs in the UK will therefore be reduced to :
Shipping and import costs,
Delivery van and running expenses,
Driver's salary,
Stock Supervisor's salary,
Administrator's salary and
4.1.2 Handicraft Shop
Establishing a Handicraft Shop in the UK has a two-fold purpose. The shop will provide a contribution for the charitable activities of the foundation and also provide members in Indonesia with the opportunity of living and working in another culture. Products sold in the shop will primarily be handicrafts, garments and small furniture items made by the members of the Foundation in Indonesia.
4.1.3 Application for Grants & Donations
The few companies and individuals who have been made aware of the ideas set out in this proposal have already expressed a strong desire to provide assistance. Once the legal entities have been set up, formal grant and donation applications will be made. Target donors will initially be companies where a connection and relationship already exists (approximately 50) and existing grant making charities and foundations. Applications will also be made to other local companies and individuals.

Further down the line, donations will also be requested through :
the Foundation's website,
the Handicraft shop in the UK,
the UK import business website

Head Office Indonesia, under the direct control of the Members of the Board, will be responsible for financial management and maintaining the fund bank accounts.

Four fund bank accounts will be operated, two for an Unrestricted Fund (US$ & IDR) and two for a Restricted Fund (US$ & IDR).


The Foundation guarantees that all funds donated are used to support authorized projects or activities, at grassroots level, as detailed in this Business Plan.

Three funding methods will be open to donors, an unrestricted fund, a restricted fund and a Child sponsorship fund.

5.1.1 Unrestricted Fund
Income to the Unrestricted Fund will be used to finance any of the authorized projects and activities as detailed in this Business Plan. The specific project that receives support and the timing of the support will be at the judgment of Head Office Indonesia.
5.1.2 Restricted Fund
Donors may wish to donate to a specific project, such as the school or senior citizen home, or to a specific area within a project, such as the clothing or medical requirements at the orphanage. In this case the contribution will be held in a Restricted Fund. Income to the Restricted Fund will only be used for the specific project requested by the Donor. If the situation arises that some projects are heavily over-funded while others are terribly under-funded, then the original Donors may be contacted and asked if they are willing for their contribution to be re-allocated to a different project.
5.1.3 Child Sponsorship

A sponsorship program will be established where Donors can become Sponsors of one or more children at the Foundation.

To become a Sponsor requires a commitment. Sponsors are asked to provide, as a minimum, for the basic living, clothing and schooling costs of the child up until the age of 16. Any additional contributions will be held on trust for the child until they reach the age of 16 and in accordance with any special requests from the Sponsor.

It will not be possible for Sponsors to select the child that they wish to sponsor. Children will become available for sponsorship in the order that they joined the Foundation. This is to ensure that the children are treated as fairly as possible.

5.2.1 Internal Reporting

The Foundation will maintain separate and proper books of account for each of the activities undertaken, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

Each of the Operational Units shall be required to prepare and submit monthly financial reports to Head Office, who will undertake constant review and control of income and expenditure at the operation units.

The accounts preparation and reporting structure will be as follows :

5.2.2 External Reporting
Head Office Indonesia shall be responsible for the preparation and submission of Annual Financial Reports to the Board of Trustees at the Annual General Meeting.

Annual Reports shall then be available on request for Donors and Members of the Foundation.

The Annual Report shall include the following :
§ Report of the Trustees
o Review of Activities
o Review of Financial Statements
o Future Plans
§ Financial Statements
o Balance Sheet
o Income & Expenditure Statement
o Cash Flow Statement
o Independent Auditor's Report
o Notes to the Accounts
§ Appendices
o Views of the Children & Members
o Photos

Indonesia suffers corruption in all levels of society. Many people are unwilling to make donations when they cannot be sure that their contribution will really end up where they expect it to.

A Donor numbering system will be included within the Foundation's accounting reporting system, to help provide assurance to Donors that their contributions are really being used on what they donated to.

At the time they make a contribution, each Donor will be given an individual reference code specific to them. Included in the Notes to the Accounts will be a list of the Donor numbers and the amount of donation received. Using a number system ensures anonymity for the Donors, while they can still see that their donation was correctly received and contributed towards the authorized expenditure of the Foundation. In this way, Donors can feel comfortable that every penny they contribute is really getting directly to those who need it most.









Establish Legal Entity in Indonesia - Yayasan

Establish Legal Entity in UK – Non-Profit Company Limited by Guarantee

Seek charitable status for UK Company

Seek approval from established Charities



Submit funds proposal to companies where a connection already exists – approx. 50 companies.

Submit funds proposal to individuals where a connection already exists.

Submit funds proposal to grant making charities and foundations

Continue with grant applications procedures to individuals, companies and charities to establish regular donations for the day to day operations of the foundation


Continue with grant applications procedures.

Establish on-line trading business in UK.

Continue with grant applications procedures.

Expand and develop the on-line trading business in UK.

Establish Handicraft Shop in UK.

Continue with grant applications procedures.

Continue developing the on-line trading business in UK.

Continue operating Handicraft Shop and provide employment for Complex members.

Set up Tour & Travel Service in Indonesia and begin marketing in UK.

Residential Complex

Rent & Refurbish Building

Purchase land

§ Orphanage       § Farm

Purchase land 10,000m²

· Distressed Women's House
· School
· Work Experience

Purchase land 5,000m²

§ Senior Citizens' Home        
§ Home Industry

§ Small Hotel


Hire and Train Staff

Operate Temporary Orphanage

Start to receive children & young people


Arrange volunteer workers from abroad

Set up Farm Facilities and start to operate

Establish and operate Personal Development Activities

Establish Mobile Unit Activities

Move Orphanage Activities to Complex

Start to receive distressed women

Establish and operate Teaching

Facilities at the School

Arrange volunteer English teachers from abroad

Set up work experience training facilities

Establish and operate Senior Citizens' Home

Set up Home Industry Projects


Start marketing and operating Hotel

Start marketing and operating Tour and Travel Service

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