About Anak Bangsa Bisa Foundation
We are a non-profit organization founded by Gojek. Born out of the unprecedented challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, YABB is committed to help society build back better.
True to our DNA, we believe that technology and innovation are to be leveraged for good. We uphold the spirit of Gotong Royong, of reciprocity and mutual respect. We acknowledge that to go far, we have to journey together. As such, our activities are initiated internally, from within the Gojek ecosystem, as well as externally, in partnership with impact partners.
While we started our humble beginnings responding to the difficulties faced by communities due to the pandemic, our efforts steadily grew to include enabling the young to reconnect with education online, helping families put food on the table and helping merchants weather through the economic crisis. Working alongside impact partners we were able to scale our efforts, not only in Indonesia but also in several countries abroad. Our aim was to restore dignity by assisting communities to sustain or get back on their feet. We admire the tenacity and resilience of our beneficiaries, and we continue to learn from them and their struggles every day.
Education Aid Program
Merchant Aid Program
Meals For Healthcare Workers
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On The News
Overcoming Corona, Slank raises fund through #SumbangSuara targeting minimum IDR 15billion
“Gojek and Anak Bangsa Bisa Foundation distribute 1 million meal vouchers per week to driver-partners”
The Jakarta Post
“Gojek bosses give up 25% of annual salary for driver-partners as COVID-19 deals blow”
Slank’s New Song for Street Heroes
After launching #SumbangSuara fundraising movement on Kitabosa.com, Slank created and released a song titled “The Street Heroes” special for daily workers who keep fighting in the midst of pandemic.
Sumbang Suara Movement Launching
Slank, Anak Bangsa Bisa Foundation, and KitaBisa raise fund for daily income workers through #SumbangSuara movement
Meal Vouchers Program Launching
Gojek and Anak Bangsa Bisa Foundation distribute 1 million meal vouchers per week at MSME merchants