Aboriginal people succeeding through ability, opportunity and reward for effort
Wunan News News & Updates from the field
Sep 28 2016
Jesse with bedrunner and cushion ORANGE_500x213Indigenous jobseekers from East Kimberley Job Pathways were recently commissioned by Wunan Foundation’s bed & breakfast facility, Wunan House B&B, to make some beautiful hand-printed bed linen.   Read More
Topic: Employment
Sep 28 2016
Pathway to Home Ownership_500x213Wunan’s Pathway to Home Ownership program has taken off, with five local Aboriginal families having purchased their own homes since it commenced. Several other families have had their loan applications approved and are now viewing properties for sale, while others are awaiting approval of their applications.   Read More
Sep 28 2016
Backyard Blitz_500x213World renowned artist Julian Clavijo has brought a taste of the Kimberley to the backyard of Wunan’s Kimberley Education Excellence Program (KEEP) boy’s house in Melbourne.   Read More
Topic: Education
Sep 28 2016
Alena Birch Photo_500x213Alena is a Kimberley girl, born in Kununurra. She is a descendant of the Balangari and Bunuba peoples and also has Afghan heritage, like many Aboriginal people in the region.   Read More
Topic: Wunan
Jun 23 2016
KEEPBoysDue to its demonstrated success in Sydney, Wunan’s Kimberley Education Excellence Program (KEEP) was expanded into Melbourne at the beginning of 2016. Wunan now has 12 students in KEEP Sydney and 9 students in KEEP Melbourne.    Read More
Topic: Wunan
Jun 23 2016
StaffWunan will host its inaugural Expo on the grounds of its newly refurbished corporate office in Kununurra on Friday, 22 July 2016 from 9am to 4pm. We invite the community, visitors to the Kimberley and all of our partners and donors to come along to learn more about what we do.   Read More
Topic: Wunan