She is here to give back.

She is dedicating 20%  profits from SHE SWIMS and 10% profits from SHE SLEEPS to charities across Indonesia with a particular focus on the beautiful island of Bali. When you purchase you will have the opportunity to choose which of the following charities you would like your purchase to support. 

We appreciate your support. 

Jakarta Animal Aid Network

Jakarta Animal Aid Network otherwise known as JAAN was established in February 2008 by Femke den Haas, Karin Franken and Natalie Stewart. JAAN started as a central place people could contact/report cases of animal abuse and find out information about animal welfare in Indonesia. They have several programs in place and have had so many amazing rescue missions for all sorts of animals! 

JAAN operates solely on donations from individuals and does not receive any financial support from the government.

Bali Children's Project

The Bali Children’s Project is a non-profit charity registered in USA and Indonesia. The organization originated in the early 1990s, when Joyce Scott and John Cooke recognized children unable to access school. They saw a cycle of rural poverty driven by lack of education, especially for young girls.

They are the first victims when families are forced to economize in times of financial hardship by taking their children out of school and directly to low paying work.

Bali Animal Welfare Association

Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) is a non-profit organisation based in Bali, Indonesia. BAWA works to save, protect and improve the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond.

BAWA directly relieves the suffering of animals by providing emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation and adoption. BAWA practices humane population control, disease control and runs intensive education and advocacy programs for sustainable improvement to animal welfare now and into the future.

Sungai Watch by Make A Change

Sungai Watch is a river cleanup program to stop plastic in rivers before it enters the ocean set up by Make A Change. 

They are developing affordable and replicable systems to intercept trash in our waterways.