Aboriginal people succeeding through ability, opportunity and reward for effort.
At Wunan, our goal is to create a social and economic culture which enables, encourages and rewards individuals and communities to take responsibility to change their lives. We work towards achieving this by empowering the Aboriginal people and families of the East Kimberley Region to ‘swim the river’ to reach the shores of opportunity.
Wunan’s efforts are spread out
across five strategic priorities.
Responsibility + Discipline = Power & Independence
Much like a growing seed draws essential nutrients from the soil in which it is planted, Wunan believes that it is of utmost importance to develop an environment that provides nourishment to allow individuals to develop responsibility and discipline in order to realise their power and true potential.
How you can helpHelp us create a positive future for Aboriginal people in the East Kimberley. Every donation makes a difference.
Read about the achievements of our programs and social enterprises
- An Update from Lakeside Resort
- Social Compass welcomes New team members
- Wunan Governance & Leadership Program earns high ratings on annual evaluation
The Wunan Foundation respectfully acknowledges the Elders and Traditional Owners in those regions, towns and cities where our staff operate (Kununurra, Wyndham, Halls Creek, Broome, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney). Specifically we wish to recognise the Miriwoong, Gajerrong, Gija, Balanggarra, Yurriyangem Taam, Gooring, Malarngowem, Koonjie Elvire, Purnululu, Ngarrawanji, Uunguu, Wilinggin, Gajirrabeng, Gooniyandi Kija, Walmajarri Kwini, Jaru, Tjurabalan groups, Yawuru, Whadjuk Nyoongar, Gadigal of the Eora Nation, and the Boon Wurrang and Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri) people of the Kulin Nation.
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