Who am I
My name is Bruce and I have spent more than 12 months now in Bengkulu, Sumatra trying to improve situations by telling stories through my photography and raising awareness and funds in the process. I’ve been recently involved in a large campaign to help document and tell the stories of two (Bona and Agam) gorgeous critically endangered Sumatran elephants and this campaign has been very successful. Now my attention has turned also to the humanitarian issues in Bengkulu, Sumatra.
What is the Project
The Zam Zam Global Orphanage in Bengkulu is just one place that does it’s best in a tough part of the world. When I visited the orphanage, they explained to me that a good portion of the rooms were collapsing and the water pump is broken. There are approximately thirty kids in this one orphanage and the place could use some help.
I propose to buy them a new water pump = 4 million rupiah ($400+). I also propose to buy them some building material to fix up the building and add a extra room if possible ($500+).
The tipping point is set for 50%, which means at a minimum we can fix their water pump. But it would be nice to have some extra to provide a little more comfort.
iPledg is an all or nothing crowd funding platform. That means if we don’t reach our target (or Tipping Point at a minimum) we get nothing and nothing is taken from your PayPal account or credit card. If you can’t support this project financially you can still help by spreading the word using the share button and spreading the word to your friends. Thank You.
** Note – this successful campaign was ported over from iPledg 2.0. Whilst there were a large number of backers who assisted the campaign in reaching its target, their number and details are not shown here