Welcoming the Independence of BHM Held the 10th Charity in Karangasem and Gianyar

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On August 16th, BHM organized the distribution of basic needs in two tourism areas in Bali that were affected by Covid 19: Ubud and Karangasem, with Prost Beer and Smirnoff Vodka as donors. The choice of these two places is none other because they are both tourist destinations that feel a real impact on tourism workers.

The activity on the 16th began with BHM team and volunteers gathering at the Orang Tua Group office, then left to Warung Biker, Karangasem, where the location of the basic needs distribution was. In Karangasem, 200 kg of rice, 1200 eggs, 800 packs of instant noodles and vegetables were distributed.

“Thank you very much for the attention from the Bali Hospitality Movement and the Orang Tua Group as donors to help us and colleagues affected by Covid 19 in Karangasem, I hope this activity can ease our burden together and the situation will recover soon” said Wayan Eka Saputra, Chairman of the ICA BPC Karangasem.

Furthermore, after the delivery of the food packages in Karangasem, the journey continues to Ubud. At Ubud Bali Hospitality Movement distributed 250kg of rice, 1500 eggs, 1000 packs of instant noodles and 100 masks. The basic food packages are distributed by Ubud Food and Beverage Community (UFBC) as one of the associations gathered in the Bali Hospitality Movement which is held at the Sthala a Tribute Portfolio Hotel Ubud Bali.

“This activity is very helpful for our community in Ubud, given the current situation that is not yet very conducive to the climate of Bali tourism, hopefully we will wake up soon and the situation will improve soon” said Mr. Adi Putra, representatives of Sthala Ubud and UFBC.

Until now, the Bali Hospitality Movement has distributed around 3.5 tons of rice, 21,000 eggs, 700 liters of cooking oil and 14,000 packs of instant noodles. “We hope that this activity can be a motivation for colleagues in the world of tourism, especially FnB, don’t be discouraged, we are not alone, hopefully Bali tourism will quickly rise again,” said Ari Putra as BHM representative.

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