• Welcome to Jakarta Street Kids GC

    We are a Global Concern working with organisations based in Jakarta supporting communities & street kids

    Please feel free to browse through our catalogue of handmade merchandise!

    All proceeds go to our fundraising efforts!

  • Jakarta Street Kids Global Concern

    Jakarta Street Kids Global Concern (JSKGC) is a fundraising organization based in United World College of South East Asia. Almost entirely student run and managed, every year it manages to raise over $15,000 dollars to support impoverished children in Jakarta.


    Our Global Concern is focused on helping under privileged children living in Indonesia, especially those who have been abandoned by their parents and forced to live on the streets. We aim to raise awareness of their situations and raise funds to support education and community initiatives.


    Our goal is to both create a comfortable learning environment for these children, but also to give them the necessary groundings to progress on in the latter stages of their life.

  • XS Project

    XSProject is a World Fair Trade Organization that we collaborate with by selling their products at major events. The products are all environmentally friendly, made from recycled materials such as used tires and empy laundry detergent packs! The money raised from selling these products goes towards helping support the trashpickers' community in the slums of Jakarta by providing an education for the children and a steady income for their families. If you are interested in learning more about them or maybe even donating some waste materials, please check out their website by clicking on the link below!




    Yayasan Usaha Mulia

    Yayasan Usaha Mulia (YUM) is a non-profit organization based in Indonesia which strives to improve the quality of life in small communities. We have raised funds to help support the projects in the Cipanas YUM Village such as the Vocational Training Centre as well as their Health Education Program for mothers and their young ones.






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  • Current Projects

    YUM: Sponsorship and Family Based Services Program


    As of January 2013, we have been fortunate enough to raise enough funds to being to support the Sponsorship and Family Based Services Program. 


    Of the 45 children we are able to support: 

    26 are boys
    19 are girls


    35 are in Elementary school
    7 are in Middle school
    3 are in High school


    2 are orphaned
    11 are fatherless
    4 are motherless


    13 are working to help support their own families





















  • Indonesian Masterchef 2016 (Event Closed)

    Event Overview 

    Our yearly event!


    We are presenting the unique opportunity for both parents, helpers and students to be part of a demonstration and cook-along Indonesian culinary course hosted by Desi Trisnawati, winner of Indonesian Masterchef (Season 2).


    There are 25 spaces available at the price of S$150, which includes ingredients, lunch, a recipe booklet and free Indonesian snacks and refreshments throughout the day.


    People will be split into 5 teams of 5 so if you have people you would like to work with please make this clear when signing up.


    To find out more about Desi please visit her website at http://www.inspirational-chef.com/


    What will you be cooking? 

    All the dishes will be Indonesian style dishes, as our guest and our global concern focuses on Indonesian projects, and so we want to celebrate the Indonesian culture in our fundraiser! 


    How can you get involved? 

    1. Sign up on the google form, which can be accessed via this link: http://goo.gl/forms/kUKAOYTCjx


    Sign up closes on the 13th of March! 


    2. Payment of $150 can be submitted to Fida in the service office (back of the High School office) within a week of submitting the form. This can be paid in both cash and cheque form. 


    3. Show up at the day with an apron and food storing containers.  


    We can't wait to see you there! 

    How do you win?

    There will be three judges: Desi Trisnawati, winner of Masterchef Indonesia Season 2 and professional chef, and two UWC nominated judges (most likely to be one student and one parent).


    Desi will score taste (50/100)

    UWC judge #1 will score the presentation (25/100)

    UWC judge #2 will score team work (25/100)


    These points will be summated at the end of each round in order to find the overall winner at the end of the day.


    In case of a tie all three judges will make a judgment according to the X-Factor.


    The winning group will receive a prize.


    Event Schedule (Saturday the 18th March 2015, 09:30 - 14:30):


    09:30 - 09:45: Introductions and Jakarta Street Kids presentation

    09:45 – 10:30: Demonstration of first 3 dishes (menu #1)

    10:30 – 11:30: Contestants cook 3 dishes (menu #1)

    11:30 – 12:00: Point scoring and refreshment break

    12:00 – 12:30: Demonstration of second 3 dishes (menu #2)

    12:30 – 14:00 Contestants cook 3 dishes (menu #2)

    14:00 -- 14:30  Final points scoring and lunch

  • Fundraisers 

    Life Without Luxury

    Life Without Luxury is an annual event conducted with the Grade 6s as part of their Development unit. It gave the students a small window into a world without luxuries as simple as an iced tea, let alone basic necessities such as clean, running water.


    It involved giving up one luxury item that we would usually spend more than 1 dollar on, for just one week. The money that we would usually spend on this luxury was then donated to Jakarta Street Kids. 

    Are You Smarter Than a Green Shirt?

    For the first time this year, JSK held 'Are You Smarter Than a Green Shirt?' This event entailed pitting teachers against the very students they teach in a battle of wits and intelligence. There were two teacher teams and two Middle School teams. In the end, there was only one winner and it was 'Team We Teach Real Subjects' and indeed they do! However, we hope to see 'Carter's Crew' next year as they try to redeem themselves and steal back the trophy. 


    Before we started the event, there was a bake sale with yummy home-baked goods. We also gave a short presentation on what we do as a GC to raise awareness on where the money raised was going. All in all, it was a successful night!

    Community Fair

    Every year, UWCSEA puts on a great Community Fair, with lots of fun fair activities and merchandise, with all proceeds going to the Global Concerns Program. 


    Every year, JSKGC runs several stalls that never fail to attract a crowd! We run a Dunk Tank, a Nerf Gun targets stall, a polaroid booth, where people can have their lovely pictures taken, and last but not least, the XS project stall, where we sell all the latest XS project merchandise!


    This year's Community Fair was without a doubt, the best we've had yet, and is undoubtedly one of our biggest fundaisers of the year. 

    UN Night

    Every October, UWCSEA celebrates UN Day with an array of dances from around the world as well as food stalls lots of different nations.


    And every year, JSK takes on the daunting task of organising the Indonesian Food Stall. We sell lots of traditional foods including delicious barbequed satay!

  • Project Week 2012 at Cipanas YUM Village

    In March 2012, four of UWCSEA's Grade 11 students visited one of our sponsored projects at the YUM Cipanas Village. They spent a week there, teaching and learning about the ongoing organic farming project. It was a beneficial experience for both YUM and our students as it served to strengthen our bonds with the projects we're involved in.

    Weekend Trip to Sekolah Bisa

    In March 2012, five G10 students visited Sekolah Bisa for a day to see the progress that was being made and how the funds given were being used. They spent the day with the children creating storybooks, complete with illustrations and original ideas.

    Project Week 2013 to Sekolah Bisa

    In March 2013 four Grade 11 students visitied Sekolah Bisa for a week. There they taught maths and English and engaged with the children at the school in various fun activities. They also joined in on a Bintang Bisa training session and spent a day at a field playing futsal and having a picnic. At the end of the week, they also visited some of the children's homes and began to truly understand the reason why we're helping these children. It is trips like this, organised and paid for by the UWCSEA students themselves that really allow JSKGC to become not just a fundraising organisation, but an organisation that cares.

  • YUM: Vocational Training Centre

    The funding provided by UWCSEA was able to help provide 125 students in the Cipanas area with vocational training classes for one term (three months). There were five different classes: English, Computer Skills, Sewing, Job Seeking and Hospitality. The classes are aimed at older kids with the hopes that it will create opportunites in the future.


    We are proud to say that 95% of the students were able to graduate from this program and through the generous donations of others, the program is able to continue.

    New Football Boots for Bintang Bisa!

    As a reward for practising hard all year and in preparation for the football league they participated in, we decided to treat the kids to a pair of new football boots each as well as some new football socks. 

    New Uniforms for Sekolah Bisa Students

    In March 2013, JSK sent over some funds to buy the 25 SB students some new school uniforms: maroon coloured polo shirts.