Contribution remains a core value in our organisation.
Children represent the origin of a beautiful life, however many are born in disadvantageous circumstances involving challenges with health, education, protection and support.
We truly believe supporting a child’s education is the best way to help break the cycle of disadvantage. By giving disadvantaged children and young people the support and resources they need to achieve their full potential, our impact will have a lasting effect on those we help today, and for generations to come.
Giving is not just about making a donation, its about making a difference.
– Kathy Calvin
Dr Arun as a young doctor, working on examining and providing essential health check for underprivileged kids in a remote village in India.
Circle of Life charity continues to support Bali Day Orphan Centre with the educational needs of all these kids who have amazing potential.It was heartwarming to receive a beautiful hand written note by one of the sponsored kids. Hopefully what we are doing can make a difference in the lives of these beautiful kids.
For the month of September, Circle of Life Foundation sponsored the full years education for two sisters Reni and Risma, 12 and 14 yrs of age. Both girls are residents of the Bali Day Care Orphan centre since they lost their father in January 2021. We provided AUD $720 (IDR 7,350,000) which will go towards supporting the girls educational expenses, uniforms and textbooks.
For the month of August the Circle of Life Foundation donated $500 to Food For Live Vrindavan (FFLV) organisation. The organisation is based in Vrindavan, a small holy town about 3 hours drive south of New Delhi, India. August is an auspicious month for the residents as it is Lord Krishna’s birthday.
FFLV is committed to educating and supporting girls education and empowerment. The organisation was founded by my dear friend and a passionate supporter of empowering children with education, Rupa Raghunath Das. Rupa, as he is popularly known, came all the way from Italy to India to set up this amazing school for the poor and neglected children of Vrindavan. He has been the true instrument of creating an amazing transformation in the children’s lives, for which they will be in eternal gratitude.
Bali Orphan Day Care Centre
In March this year, Circle of Life Foundation decided to reach out to Bali through the close assistance of Dr Arun Dhir’s staff member Bernadine and a senior colleague and General Surgeon, Dr Peter Little. Dr Little has done significant work through Rotary Australia in supporting and bringing up the BALI ORPHAN DAY CENTRE – A place where children have a better future.
Circle of Life made a financial contribution towards the running of educational activities in the Bali Orphan Day Centre and also sponsor kids with school uniforms and study materials.
Many thanks to all our patrons, clients and attendees of Radical Wellness programme for allowing us to be of service and to make a difference by educating children in under privileged communities.
Sponsoring education for Aya and Nadya
Circle of Life Foundation sponsored the education of two girls, Ayu and Nadya who study at Bali Day Orphan Centre. We are truly grateful to our supporters and patrons. The smiles on the children’s faces are truly reflective of the gratitude they express for all the support they have received.
Art class at Bali Day Orphan Centre in action.
Ayu and Nadia – the two girls we have sponsored.
Joy Spreader Charity Gifts
For the month of December we are proud and excited to support the education of underprivileged Australian children by way of purchasing a number of Joy Spreader Charity Gifts worth $900 from The Smith Family. These comprise of a toy and book pack for children of various ages to enable them to get the most out of their learning and create a better future with more opportunities and possibilities for them. We are thrilled to be able to support childrens’ education as this is something close to our hearts.
To Bhakta and Bhakti for dedicating their lives to spiritual education through art.
In November 2020, Circle of Life foundation donated $1000 to the work of Bhakta Das (Albert Lange) and his wife Bhakti.
This beautiful couple live an amazing, spiritually anointed life that is dedicated to dissemination of spiritual knowledge through their talents.
Bhakta is an artist and has set his vision to depict the message of the Holy book Gita through his art, which he and Bhakti intend to take to the world as an exhibition and roadshow.
Circle of life is honoured to support Bhakta and Bhakti’s sublime mission.
There is pure pleasure in making another person’s life a bit better.
I received these photos and an accompanying video from a beautiful 10 year old Paw Kuh who is one of the four kids of migrant parents. Paw was recovering from a debilitating Subacute Medullary Stroke. However the stroke couldn’t take the smile away from her face.
She received the iPad as an educational gift from Circle of Life Foundation that focuses on supporting the educational needs of underprivileged kids.
Would you like to join me on my mission?
I was the first medical doctor in my family, both from Mum’s and Dad’s sides. I realised the power of education and how it had allowed me to become an instrument in being of service to others. I am convinced that education can truly change lives, which is why I have committed to dedicate my life work towards this mission.
My goal is to support the educational needs of 25 children every year in underprivileged communities for the next 10 years.
I invite you be a part of this journey so together we can make a genuine difference in the lives of these needy kids.
In order to ensure that our resources are being put to use appropriately for the needy, I am ever so grateful to my network of friends, colleagues and acquaintances, who identify deserving kids for me, who we can support.
I would welcome suggestions from you regarding any children who may be considered for assistance from Circle of Life Foundation.
“The Secret of Living is Giving” – Tony Robbins
*Circle of Life Foundation is not a Registered Charity as yet