Over the years the D.O.G.S. are proud to have supported local charities.  This was usually done as part of a competition with another society where we would donate all game fees to charity.

A new initiative was begun at our Rainbow Hills 2020 tournament; during tournaments we take donations in our charity barrel after each round and at the end of the tournament it is donated to a charity that has a connection to the D.O.G.S.

We are proud to report that in 2020 the D.O.G.S. were able to donate 25,057,500 IDR to various charities.

In all the D.O.G.S. have donated over 85,000,000 to charity.

Below is a brief history of some of our donations.

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5,000,000 IDR


Donation from Rancamaya 2021 tournament to:

Animal Sanctuary Trust Indonesia

non-profit organization operating a rescue center in West Java, Indonesia for trafficked animals belonging to Indonesian protected species. We take care of the animals and get them started on a rehabilitation program so that they can eventually be released back to the wild. We are currently taking care of approximately 80 animals, including cats (Sumatran tigers, leopard cats), primates (gibbons, siamangs and monkeys), birds (eagles, parrots, cassowary birds) and reptiles (crocodiles), all victims of poaching and the illegal pet trade confiscated by the West Java Department of Natural Resources Management or handed over to us by private citizens.

The D.O.G.S. are connected through Bill Lloyd who supports this charity via proceeds from a golf tournament he organizes each year.

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5,000,000 IDR


Donation from Padang Golf Pangkalan Jati 2021 tournament to:

Yayasan HOG Indonesian Chapter (YHOG)

YHOG is a group of expatriates living in Indonesia which raises money for children to have much needed cleft palate surgeries.

The D.O.G.S. and YHOG have a long history together with many YHOG members also being D.O.G.S. regulars. The D.O.G.S. have been been proudly supporting YHOG since 2014 with regular donations.

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6,800,000 IDR

Donation from D.O.G.S. & Tee Set Charity Day May 8, 2021 at Rancamaya

The Fiona Unity Foundation  is a non profit organisation founded in 2014 to support the Lombok Forgotten Children, Endri’s Foundation on Lombok.

Our mission is to build a centre in Mataram for the underprivileged  and disabled. This desperately needed centre will be the first of it kind on the island of Lombok and will support the ‘Forgotten People’ with free healthcare, connecting them to Doctors, Surgeries and Specialist. We will also have a disable clinic and rehabilitation centre within this centre complete with a clinic where prosthetics will be measured and fitted free of charge. 

We will also supply free accommodation and support to families while patients are receiving treatment.


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5,000,000 IDR


Donation from Modern 2021 Tournament to:


Yayasan YPAI – Indriya


Charity which was set up back in 2002 and primarily looks at educating children with special needs such as Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and other mental and physical challenges. They operate a special school in Bogor which provides a number of special therapies for such children.

The D.O.G.S. are connected through Rod & Dewi Williams who are supporters of this charity.

To learn more about YPAI please visit their website.


5,000,000 IDR

Donation from Riverside 2021 Tournament to:


Yayasan Al Hijrah


An orphanage that adopts abandoned children and educates them from throughout Indonesia


Ibu Ida, the founder of Yayasan Al Hijrah, is a friend of John & Sarah Brown who support this charity privately.

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8,720,000 IDR

Donation from Matoa 2020 Tournament to:


ISCO Foundation


Indonesian Street Children Organization is active in bringing education to over 2,500 disadvantaged children in Indonesia.

Forty-two (42) are already studying very successfully in different universities this year!

We guarantee a job for every ISCO sponsored child, who reaches graduation at senior high school! 

In total, already more than 6000 children went through our education programs!

See more about ISCO at www.iscofoundation.org

Many D.O.G.S. are supporters of this charity playing in their monthly golf game and attending their networking nights.  The founder Josef Fuchs played with D.O.G.S. in the early days.

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5,330,000 IDR

Donation from Rainbow Hills 2020 Tournament to:


Tempat Belajar a.k.a Place to Learn


Organized by D.O.G.S. member Riahana "Hana" Ariestya.


Seeing many Anak Jalanan (street kids) begging and selling whatever they could to get by, Hanna and 6 of her co-workers (Alvin, Elsi, Monic, Maya, Icin and Lola) decided they wanted to do something and initially set out to try and randomly help several Anak Jalanan.


Hana and her friends decided they wanted to do something about education as kids should have the chance to be able to read and write in their own language. They believe addressing education is one of the most effective ways to empower kids to build their future or simply to help their community.


To this end ‘Tempat Belajar’ was created with the goal to help get an education for Anak Jalanan. The children are provided books, stationary and a freelance teacher to help them study.


In the beginning all funds came from their own pockets. With more and more Anak Jalanan taking part they have begun looking for donors to help.


8,401,000 IDR

Donation from D.O.G.S. vs JAWS day during round 3 of Permata Sentul 2020 Tournament to:




A group of expatriates living in Indonesia and we raise money for families that cannot afford cleft palate surgeries.

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2,600,000 IDR

Donation from D.O.G.S. vs POCKSIA day during final round of Pondok Cabe 2020 Tournament to:




A group of expatriates living in Indonesia and we raise money for families that cannot afford cleft palate surgeries.

In addition to the donation YHOG hosted a barbecue at the course raising a further 6,400,000 for their charity.

The D.O.G.S. and YHOG have a long history together with many YHOG members also being D.O.G.S. members.

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