Scheduled to take place on Saturday, 9 February 2019 at the Leederville Oval – 246 Vincent St, Leederville, this fun gathering is expected to attract the resort’s loyal guests who are essentially Western Australian residents.
The 26th Back to Bali Dynasty Party promises to be an upbeat evening and also a reunion for former guests, many of whom have become “friends for life” after staying at the resort. There will be a great Indonesian feast and live entertainment throughout the night. Funds will be raised through the sale of dinner tickets which can be purchased via the resort’s website: www.bdr.pphotels.com along with raffles featuring numerous prizes from our sponsors. All proceeds will go towards Bali Dynasty Resort’s charity initiative called “Help Friends for Life” in partnership with Solemen.
Launched in early 2016, this charity effort has been well received by in-house guests who are heartened by the personal nature of each case and the feeling that they really are “making a difference”. For several years now, the resort has successfully helped individuals to overcome their difficulties by donating much needed items such as prosthetic legs, wheelchairs, mattresses, medication as well as funding medical appointments and more. The resort has also gone a step further by adopting several individuals who are in need of long-term medical support. In addition, education options and scholarships have been provided for worthy recipients. The most recent project undertaken was arranging general maintenance of the SoleHouse in Renon, Denpasar. This is a “home away from home” facility for children and their parents or carers during pre and post-operative care. It was thoughtfully repaired and repainted by Bali Dynasty Resort’s management team.
Former, repeater and even prospective guests of the Bali Dynasty Resort are all welcome to attend the event. Tickets can be purchased online at www.bdr.pphotels.com/btbdp for just $45 per adult and $25 per child.
Yayasan Solemen Indonesia, simply known as “Solemen”, is a Bali-based, Indonesian registered non-profit foundation that works alongside accredited agencies and projects to alleviate suffering and support the disadvantaged in Bali. Solemen was established in October 2010 by founder Robert Esptone, who then vowed to walk barefoot until he raised a million dollars. “The sustainable funding from our partners like Bali Dynasty Resort has enabled our outreach programme to grow much larger and reach more people in need,” said Robert Epstone.
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