We donated 30% of all November sales to SOS Indonesia to help Bali’s people in need – the island that we love, where we produce and where we feel most connected to. This project is near to our heart, that’s why we want to tell you more about it. Thank you for your time.


SOS  Scholars of Sustenance – is an International Non-Profit Organization with social and environmental projects in Thailand and Indonesia. Their goal is to create a world with positive food equity, giving access to valuable nutrition to the underprivileged and those who need it most. In order to achieve these goals, SOS uses logistical solutions to collect surplus food from food-related businesses and redistributes them ensuring that it doesn’t go to waste.

Since COVID-19 started, SOS had to rethink the way they operate in order to get nutritious food to people who need it now more than ever. The Food Rescue Kitchen was launched. The Kitchen currently produces over 2000 meals every day! Which we would not have been able to achieve this level without the help of many many volunteers all coming together to feed the neediest people in Bali.

The organization currently helps support 18 different orphanages and utilizes up to 20 different distribution channels every day to ensure the food gets to the right people.


COVID-19 affects all of us. However, for those who already had very little, the impact was far more severe and devastating. People are currently facing several crises from homelessness to hunger. With millions of people having no food on a daily basis, SOS is taking action in order to help those in need. 

If you want to do something good, please help and support SOS Indonesia. As little as $5 can feed 25 people. Every cent counts.

To learn more about the project or to make a donation, please click on the following button.

Yvi Böni