In line with one of our motto "Take Time To Be Kind", Hard Rock Hotel Bali is committed to supporting good local cause. Please read more to see our Charity Partners list.
Our preferred charity is fully registered Bali based Yayasan Solemen Indonesia ("Solemen") which has been personally endorsed by the Governor of Bali.
We have included in your final bill an optional USD $1 per stay to help the less fortunate in Bali. If you wish to "opt out" of donate more kindly speak to Reception.
Jl. Merdeka Raya No.8x, Kuta, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
+62812 3720 6220
Following her own treatment for breast cancer and her husband’s retirement, they moved from Jakarta to Bali. Shortly thereafter, Gaye discovered that the infrastructure in Bali for making women aware of breast cancer was almost non existent, notwithstanding professional medical expertise being available on the island with at least two hospitals offering breast cancer treatment to patients. Since start up, the group of volunteers, managing the campaign, has expanded and has managed to raise considerable funds through the Walks and other events, especially from generous sponsorship from overseas, particularly Australia & Singapore.
Pink Ribbon House YAYASAN PITA MERAH MUDA BALI
Jl. Pulau Serangan
Komplek Kori Nuansa Hijau No 33
Denpasar, Bali 80113
+62 812 4695 0477
Founded in 2016, SOS Indonesia (Yayasan Derma Atas Pangan) started life in the most hotel-intense area of the country: The gorgeous island of Bali. Their staff picks up food from many great tourist hotels in Sanur, Kuta, Denpasar and Legian
Indonesia - Bali
An independent, non-profit foundation. Their goal is to promote the conservation of marine biodiversity and the sustainable management of marine and coastal resources across the Coral Triangle.
Jl. Bet Ngandang II No.88-89, Sanur, Bali
+62 361 289 338
The R.O.L.E. Foundation collects used soaps from hotels and villas on a monthly basis. The used soaps are then disinfected and reprocessed into new soaps. Thus, less waste is sent to landfills. It also provides training and employment to the women of Sawangan village, who produce the soaps. The up-cycled soaps are also distributed to those in need.
JI. Bongantik, No. 101 Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
+62 361 477 1657