Welcome to Darius Tobing Foundation

To provide hope and opportunity to those who have lost hope and were never given an opportunity in their simple quest to have a better life

  • Community Development

Community Development

If you empower an artisan, let say a bamboo basket artisan, and follow fair trade practices, you are helping him or her to feed his or her family.

  • Helping Hands

Helping Hands

We establish a network of helping hands to work against poverty regardlesss of race, gender, religion, belief, or ethnic origins.

  • Education & Healthy Living

Education & Healthy Living

Helping the unfortunates with education, health, and hygiene needs

Our Words..

Patrice and Caroline Tobing

When travelling to villages in Indonesia, we are fascinated by the certain hand skills of villages people. We started providing our free improvement advice to these hard working and skilled people. We gave them not only the know how but also small financial help so that they can start having a better life. We were very encouraged to see the difference in their quality of life.

To provide hope and opportunity to those who have lost hope and were never given an opportunity in their simple quest to have a better life..

Our effort is always based on providing sustainable assistance and relating directly with these village communities. We would like to invite you to join us in building a network of people to help people.

Our News

Some of our mentioned in publications..

December 2017

Inacraft Magazine

Produk buatan artisan binaan Yayasan Darius Tobing sebagai contoh kemasan produk yang menarik dan ramah lingkungan

March
2014

Renovasi Magazine

Kekaguman akan anyaman pada sapu, membuat wanita ini tergerak untuk menjaga kelestarian keterampilan di pedesaan.

November
2015

IndonesiaExpat.com

Paisley Things: A New Beginning And Hope For Local Artisans

October 2013

Idea Magazine

Yayasan Darius Tobing, memberdayakan karya para pengrajin desa agar semakin bernilai dan berdaya saing tinggi.

“What you do makes a difference,
and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.
The greatest danger to our future is apathy”.

Jane Goodal