We are so happy to have Rodney Westerlaken join us again on the show! We previously interviewed him on our 8th episode and this time he has really important insight to share about how to help people in Bali who are suffering due to the pandemic.
Rodney is the founder of Westerlaken foundation, which is a non-profit organization, founded in 2018, as a follow up and expansion of his various projects like, Soul Surf Project Bali. They are focused on various issues including human and children rights, coastal and marine environment, cultural heritage management, and emergency relief. Rodney is an academic, researcher, marketer, and philanthropist.
In this episode, you will learn about Rodney’s experience and research regarding supporting local Balinese during a pandemic. You will also learn how you can identify the right organization to donate if you are planning to help out people in Bali during this difficult time. Knowing where the money goes and how it is used is key to making the biggest impact possible and saving lives!
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Things to check out:
- Episode 8 – Featuring Rodney of Soul Surf Bali
- Episode 10 – Featuring Sue- Rumah Sehat
- Episode 18 – Featuring Tarek of Nomads Giving Back