Jangkang Foundation was born from a collective inspiration of its founders, to support Indonesia’s development program, particularly Bali, in endeavoring a mature and eminent civil society. The word “jangkang” is adopted from the name of one Balinese holy dance that belongs to a remote banjar called Pelilit, which is situated in the Nusa Penida Island of Klungkung Regency.
Jangkang itself is a masterpiece artwork, embodying an epic resemblance of a religious patriotic spirit in escorting the advent of Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa to guide every ceremony. Hence, by contemplating on those philosophical substances whilst making an effort to be an ideal reflection for the name it carries, has constituted the loyalty of Jangkang Foundation in escorting the initiation of Bali Lestari while guarding the balance of Bali’s relationship concept of Tri Hita Karana.
In order to attain its dream, Jangkang Foundation has a high commitment in every step it has made, constructing as well as developing the three main pillars of the national development programs which encompass the social, health and educational aspects. Since, Jangkang foundation belief that the development and construction of these three pillars can be used as a key to open the door of prosperity for Bali.