A moment was left when The Trans Resort Bali commemorated the 77th Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia. Aside from carrying out the flag ceremony and the tradition of cutting rice cone with employees, the event was also filled with coloring competitions for East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) children who come from underprivileged families and reside in Bali. The coloring competition was a collaboration between The Trans Resort Bali and the Wuamesu Foundation and Lais Manekat Bali.
At least around 100 children took part in the coloring competition in progress at the luxurious Trans Grand Ballroom. Most of the children have never come or seen a star hotel up close. The competition is meant to provide a platform for the children to develop artistic talent from an early age. Families of the participating children could also attend to support their children and enjoy the facilities of The Trans Resort Bali, including snacks provided by culinary team of The Trans Resort Bali.
Other than providing a medium to develop creativity, the activity also provided a 5-star service experience for children and their families. Likewise, The Trans Resort Bali invited in-house guests to enliven the event by participating in coloring activities or buying the work of the winners. The proceeds would be donated to help learning activities of children in East Nusa Tenggara through one of the CT Arsa Foundation programs, namely the “Pijar (Pi mengajar, literally means ‘Pi teaches’)” program in which CT Arsa Foundation sends volunteer teaching staff #GURUMUDA with the mission of increasing public knowledge and children’s education where children (of scavenger villages to remote areas) in the target areas of CT Arsa Foundation.
Aside from the sale of works, at the time of the event a donation box was also provided which was open to the public, where the proceeds of which would be donated through the CT Arsa Foundation to help social activities and educational programs for children in remote areas in East Nusa Tenggara. (BTN/015)