“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones”.
Dear Madam, Dear Sir, Dear Friends,
Let us introduce you to the Great Family of the Foundation, in Indonesia. “The Angels of the foundation” are those working at the Fair Warung Balé, they are the ones collecting the necessary funds, to treat & care more than 29,800 people per year, thanks to the Fair Warung Balé. They are between 15 & 20 years old for the Fair Warung Balé staff and they are the heart and soul of everything we do and set up, all together.
For most of them, the Angels are also (or were), beneficiaries of the Foundation. Because they have lost a little, because life hasn’t been a free ride, because a small (or big) problem occurred one day in their lives. Thus, the only requirement to work at the Fair Warung Balé, is to have one or more problems, or else an interesting life project, within the scope of the mission of the Fair Future Foundation – Bali Sari Foundation. All Angels receive a salary, based on the salary scale of the Indonesian Government.
Each beneficiary, each employee is actually responsible for something:
The Angels of the Fair Warung Balé, must first learn English and French basics, learn accounting (they are the ones who actually manage the Fair Warung Bale’s accounting books), learn how to manage inventory, perishable foodstuffs, learn how to greet and speak to our visitors, dare to respond effectively and emphatically. And more: learn management, cooking, talking, give cooking class or more information about the foundation’s work, help another youngster or refer a patient to one of our medical structures. The list of what they need to do or learn is long… Because this is also how we learn to give! Simply learn, learning by doing. All Angels are here because first of all, they want to be here and that is what is wonderful!
Congratulations to them for this wonderful work they do (almost) every day!
Alexandre Wettstein – Fair Future Foundation – June 2016
Some Pictures of the Fair Future Foundation staff – Angels, doctors, nurses etc…
Some time-lapse shot at the Fair Warung Balé
Watch the Fair Future Foundation Movies – Playlist
How to say “thank you” in many different languages?
Merci, Terimah Kasih, Suksema, Trugéré, спасибо, thank you, go raibh maith agaibh, köszönöm, faleminderit, danke, grazie, gracias, chocrane, saha, terimah kasih, hvala, wado, zikomo, tak, tashakor, kyay tzu tin pa te, akpé, takk fyri, kiitos, vinaka, toda, diolch, taiku, aguyjé, aabhar, cám ơn, rahmat, дякую, m-sapo, teşekkür ederim, kurre sumanga, tualumba, yekeniele, dhanyavadalu, ขอบคุณครับ, nouari, waad mahadsantahay, meharbani, mulţumesc, najis tuke, sulpáy, obrigado, bayarlalaa, a ni kié, blagodaram, matondi, ačiū, paldies, gratias ago, tenki, spas, barak allahu fiik, a dank, o sheun, dankewol, Danke shöen, ευχαριστώ, d’akujem, marahaba… for your help, your kindness, your support and your benevolence.
The Fair Future Foundation Brochure
Fair Future Foundation brochure