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Int’l Golf Day in Bali on June 15th, 2024

Marriott Business Council Bali has announced the annual “Marriott International Bali Charity Golf Day” to be held on June 15th, 2024, at the Bali National Golf Club in Nusa Dua.

As in years past, the 2024 golf event seeks to support two important causes: 

Marriott International’s hosting of International Golf Day underlines its commitment to fostering positive and sustainable change, guided by the company’s 2025 Sustainability and Social Impact Goals operating in concert with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals program.

.Backed by 29 hotels in Bali, Lombok, and Labuan Bajo, Marriott Business Council Bali has set an ambitious goal of raising one billion Rupiahs. Funds from this charity event will be donated to Bali Children Foundation and Sungai Watch to support educational and environmental initiatives in Indonesia.

Participating golfers will receive an exclusive golf shirt at registration to wear while joining an exceptional golfing adventure. The day promises a very fulfilling golfing experience, featuring an exciting “Beat the Pro Tournament” with an LPGA Professional from Thailand Pro Nam, Tichalada Nithitirasakun, and Pro Air, Saruttaya Ngam-Usawan.

While honing their golfing skills, participants will enjoy delicious snacks and refreshing beverages provided by Marriott’s Portfolio of Hotels in Bali, with entertainment, fun-filled competitions, delightful surprises, and a pool of prizes exceeding Rp. 1 billion. The exciting list of prizes includes an automobile, accommodation packages, dining, and spa experiences.

As the golf day draws to a close, an awards dinner will be held at the nearby Westin Resort in Nusa Dua. The dinner will feature musical entertainment and live and online auctions.

“We are thrilled to host the annual Marriott International Bali Charity Golf Day once again,” said Christopher Smith, general manager of Courtyard Bali Seminyak Resort and chairman of the Marriott International Bali Charity Golf Day 2024. “This event serves not only to unite

participants in a spirit of community but also provides crucial support for our ongoing efforts for the future of Bali.”

Cost of Participation

Registration remains open until June 10th, 2024, at the following price levels:

Register and pay online  

Online Auction Link – Participate Now!


Leading the Change

Via the Bali Charity Golf Day, Marriott Business Council Indonesia’s Bali Chapter supports the Bali Children Foundation and Sungai Watch. The Bali Children’s Foundation aims to support a specially-abled school for deaf and mute students and empower youth in Kintamani to pursue high school education and beyond. Over a two-year program, it plans to support 20 villages and 2,000 students.

Sungai Watch, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the environment from plastic pollution through innovative solutions, has operated a Waste Sorting Facility in Singaraja since 2023. Since the Facility’s inception and the ensuing 54 river cleanups organized throughout 2023, Sungai Watch has removed nearly 26.5 tons of plastic waste from the rivers, preventing it from eventually entering the ocean. Funds from this year’s fundraising initiatives will be utilized to continue the operation of this vital facility. 

About Bali Children Foundation (BCF)

Since 2002, BCF has worked one village at a time to help poor, remote, or disaster-affected residents. After identifying a town that is home to pockets of disadvantaged families, BCF local staff members work with village leaders to provide scholarship opportunities. Two of the areas assisted by BCF were the Village of Songan, hit by landslides in 2017, and Lombok, where earthquakes ravaged large areas in 2018.

BCF helps fund partner charities to deliver health and dental care, disability management, and environmental protection solutions during disasters. Later, BCF awards scholarships, teaches English as a foreign language, S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), the 3 R’s (remedial reading, writing, and numeracy), and offers tertiary education opportunities.

About Sungai Watch

Founded in 2020 by Gary, Kelly, and Sam Bencheghib in Bali, Indonesia, Sungai Watch is a team of more than 100 passionate “river warriors” who work every day to create solutions to stop the flow of plastic pollution into surrounding oceans. By designing simple trash barriers and operating a collection, sorting, and up-cycling system, Sungai Watch has created a scalable approach to tackling plastic pollution. 

The group aims to install 1,000 barriers on Indonesia’s most polluted rivers.

Related Links

Register Online for Marriott International Bali Charity Golf Day

Bid Online in Marriott International Bali Charity Golf Day Online Auction

Soekarno’s Grandson Cleaning Bali’s Rivers 

Sungai Watch Website

Bali Children Foundation

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