We are very pleased that we are able to form this TESL (Teaching English as Second Language) Fellowship Program to the students of Sokong 1 Public Elementary School (SDN 1 Sokong). This program is made possible by the hours of contribution from TESL trainer, Phuong Nguyen who formerly teach english in Indonesia and other countries.Continue reading “Batch 5 (January 2021): Fund for TESL Fellowship Program”
Since the 2018 devastating earthquake that flatten Sokong 1 Public Elementary School (SDN 1 Sokong), the students had not been experienced any kind of celebration at school. For that reason, we funded $85 for the school to celebrate Indonesia’s National Teacher’s Day. The fund was used to host game contests with prizes and teachers’ luncheon.Continue reading “Batch 4 (Nov 11 2020): Fund for Indonesia’s National Teacher’s Day Celebration”
We are grateful to our dear friends who joined to support @GilaGulaBakehouse. On Saturday, January 30, 2020, we successfully delivered 30 boxes with pick up locations in San Francisco, South San Francisco and Cupertino.
On November 5, 2020, iFundEducation62 transferred $540 to Sokong Public Elementary (SDN 1 Sokong) to fund the completion of the mini garden that will be used to support learning for all students. Below is the video showing the mini garden that has been completed by the December 2020. Below are some photos before and process.
On October 5, 2020, iFundEducation62 transferred $300 to Sokong Public Elementary (SDN 1 Sokong) to purchase an additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in response to welcoming back students to school. Click here to learn how the manage students being in school during pandemic.
On September 15, 2020, iFundEducation62 transferred $200 to Sokong Public Elementary (SDN 1 Sokong) to purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and classrooms sanitation in response to welcoming back students to school. Click here to learn how the manage students being in school during pandemic.
by Jenny Permanasari My parents said that I insisted on being enrolled at school before I was school-age ready when my older sister started going to kindergarten. During elementary until middle school, my report cards show that I was simply an average student in the class. I was never in the top ten students outContinue reading “Why Am I a Firm Believer in Education?”