Turning Goodwill Into Action
After realising the many cruel exploitations to animals for the sake of human consumption followed up with large carbon footprints in the proceedings; and the countless 19.4 million homeless people in our country who are still going overnight with striking hunger pains, Green Welfare Indonesia tends to make an impact to overcome these ongoing issues that are occurring in our country today. Established in 2020, Green Welfare Indonesia is a youth-led organization driven by compassion and a strong foundation of goodwill that strives on the social and environmental sector. Since our launch, Green Welfare has committed to 3 prime three goals from the UN Sustainable Goals, to End hunger, Climate Action and ensure Responsible Consumption. Green Welfare Indonesia also aims to promote sustainable agriculture and provide environmental education including eco-friendly lifestyles to encourage youths and millennials to undergo a more responsible diet as well as executing other go-green projects that advocates for carbon neutrality.
“To become a compassionate organization to the less fortunate and to give back to mother nature by conserving its beings and environment”
Our missions at Green Welfare Indonesia come in three parts:
To spread environmental education among the youths of Indonesia as a course of action to protect our climate future and be more eco-conscious.
To promote sustainable and environmental friendly consumption lifestyles for the benefit of the environment and raise awareness about animal agriculture in the meat industry in addition to reduce air pollution and carbon footprints, as well as promoting sustainable urban agriculture.
To motivate the youth to contribute back to society by spreading awareness of issues that plague our community and to inspire them to take action on important issues that are occurring in the world.
GWF Monthly Distribution Drives
To support our mission of achieving zero hunger through responsible consumption, Green Welfare Indonesia performs a monthly distribution drive in by allocating plant-based meals, eco-friendly household goods and sanitary kits to various communities in need whilst educating awareness about livestock agriculture and it's massive carbon footprint through these plant-based approaches. Up to today, Green Welfare Indonesia has distributed over 3,500+ plant-based meals, 800+ sanitary kits and 700+ eco-friendly household good packages.
GWF Sustainable Hydroponics Waqaf Program
Green Welfare Indonesia aims to broaden their area of work by not only providing people with their necessities in the short term, but to also provide them with resources to be able to sustain themselves in the long run. We aim to carry this out through donating hydroponics units as a resource of food whilst also promoting sustainable urban agriculture to underprivileged communities. This program is also the first to introduce the concept of Waqf Hydroponics (Islamic endowment). So far, Green Welfare Indonesia has successfully installed 6 hydroponics stations in Kuningan, Jakarta and Tapos, Depok.
GWF Climate Education Initiatives
Green Welfare Indonesia highly prioritizes Climate Education as we believe it is a crucial first step on climate action. We execute this by providing programs that involves peer-to-peer climate educational workshops to local schools & communities (online & offline), as well as providing informal & accessible diverse environmental dialogues through virtual seminars, social media post toolkits and Op-Eds.
Our Work in Numbers
Social media followers
Plant-based meals distributed
Youths spoken to about Climate Change
Sanitary & Household goods distributed
Environmental events curated
Green Welfare's Future Plans
GWF Sustainable Food Station
To implement a more sustainable and long term solution for distributing meals and supplies to those financially affected by the on-going pandemic, Green Welfare Indonesia will be setting up self sufficient food stations in various areas of greater Jakarta (Jabodetabek).
GWF Green Walls
Green Welfare Indonesia recognises that food production is not the only contributor of pollution but that transportation is also a large contributor of air pollution. One of Green Welfare Indonesia's upcoming projects also includes setting up green walls in traffic roads and bridges to reduce air pollution in the hopes of making the skies of Jakarta clearer and more breathable.