Mentor Foundation is the first non-government organization in Indonesia to provide personal money management workshops and self-development training. Founded in 2014, Mentor Foundation launched the Prosperity Program to empower low income people and communities in Bali with a wide range of mentoring programs to manage their limited income efficiently and sustainably.
Mentor Foundation empowers people with a Dream, who are prepared to Learn good business and better money management practices, and Do the work necessary for their family, community and business to be sustainable.
To create financially self-sustainable communities through mentoring and providing ladders of opportunity to marginalised individuals
Communities of inspired, motivated and financially self-sustainable individuals
Act with integrity locally and internationally
Promote community initiatives, participation and collaboration
Alan is an Australian, now living in Indonesia, with a long career in Mergers & Acquisitions, Broking and Business Consulting. Alan's career spans almost 30 years, including as an entrepreneur and senior executive in the financial services sector, investment banking.. See More..
Dr. Ir. H. Marzuki Usman, MA (born in Mersam, Batang Hari, Jambi, Sumatra) is an economist and expert on capital markets. He also served as Minister of Tourism, Post and Telecommunications (Development Reform Cabinet) and the Minister of Forestry and Plantation (Cabinet of National Unity).. See More..
Mentor Foundation is delighted to welcome Mr. Y.W. Junardy as the latest member of our ‘family’ and we consider ourselves extremely fortunate to have the support of this very highly respected businessman and champion of civil and human rights. Pak Junardy is the President for the Indonesia Global Compact Network (UNGC), part of the United Nations. He is also the President Commissioner of PT Rajawali Corporation since 2006 and is a member of the National Research Council.. See More..
Alan Morgan - Founder & CEO
A personal letter from our Founder
The level of economic inequity in the world is astonishing. The gap between rich and poor has become so immensely wide and commonplace that, unlike any generations before the most recent, it seems that most of us have simply accepted the gaps, resigned to where we sit within society and become somewhat content. Albeit just a mask for resigned despondency for those less fortunate.. Read More...
Denpasar – Bali
Jl. Bumbak Dauh No. 71, Umalas,
Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia 80361
T: +62 823 3991 3388
Level 3, 552 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne,
Victoria, 3000 Australia