Strategic Sponsorship Charity Plan for the most vulnerable affected by Covid-19

The Strategic Sponsorship Charity Plan outlines a funding need of at least US$50 per person per month for critical response efforts persons who most in need of help through 2020 this related to persons with disabilities. As this outbreak evolves, funding needs are likely to increase. The COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented global health emergency, is disrupting the lives of persons with disabilities, children and young people everywhere.

PUSPADI BALI’s response will reach more than 6,000 persons with disabilities in Bali and 36,000 families, in Lombok and Eastern part of Indonesia.

These emergency funds will contribute directly to the daily need especially food for the most vulnerable persons with disabilities and displaced settings – and reduce the disease’s, hungry and negative social impact on families who are disproportionately affected by the crisis.

Click SPONSOR NOW  to donate to the COVID-19 Sponsorship Charity through this secure digital portal. You can find information there on payment options and tax exemption possibilities for some countries.
Donations received will go towards to direct benefit to persons with disabilities to support their daily needs which include:

*Putting in place activities to Track and understand the spread of the virus.
*Ensuring persons with disabilities get the care their daily need.
*Buying and ship essential supplies such as cash gifts, food, masks, gloves and protective wear for persons with disabilities.

Your sponsorship charity is greatly appreciated in the global effort supporting the ability of all persons with disabilities to respond to COVID-19, especially where the needs are greatest and with less access to public, markets and lower resources.

Our crisis response focuses on supporting food supplies, communicating public health information, distributing hygiene kits and whilst ensuring that the needs and rights of them are addressed. To tackle Coronavirus will require the highest degree of global solidarity. Around the world, we will work with parents, health care providers and partners to ensure children with disabilities get the support they need during the COVID-19 crisis.

If and when coronavirus hits lower income families the effects could be devastating, will make the virus harder to control. This will in turn make the pandemic harder to control.  
We must do all we can to support direct benefit these disabilities and families through the COVID-19 pandemic. 
We will work to ensure the world’s most vulnerable disabilities and family get direct benefit support they need during this crisis but to do this we need your help. Clik here to see how this works.