Apr 10, 2015
Some doubted if Karma Kitchen would actually break even in Bali, while others felt like Ubud culture was absolutely perfect for it, and a small percentage felt that no matter what, we'll have raised love-capital. By the end, more than 100 guests went home with inspiring anecdotes to share, volunteers were all buzzing as a result of their no-strings-attached service, folks from Dubai, Ireland, Australia, Netherlands were all very keen to host Karma Kitchen locally, and organizers and restaurants were stunned that they ended up with 150% surplus (12 million Indonesian Rupiah).
In our closing circle, volunteers lovingly shared gratitude for our global community that stands for these shared values, and offered their entire surplus to ServiceSpace; we received their love and paid it forward the money for their next KK -- which is likely to happen to in Jakarta in May. I'm sure more stories and photos will be emerge shortly, but here is our late night photo -- where we all felt the universal power of generosity, and came together as a global family.