The Southern Aboriginal Corporation (SAC) serves the Noongar community in the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia.
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The sculptural installation challenges institutional boundaries by giving voice to people with Lived Experience of Housing Insecurity and Homelessness, through direct participation in a community-based arts project.
Paula O’Leary was one of six highlighted at the Ahi’s Brighter Future Awards which included two new categories — the Future Leader Award and Response to COVID-19 Award.
MRAC’s Board of Directors recently completed updated governance training with a focus on their duties and responsibilities as Directors in the context of the CATSI Act 2006.
Shelter WA received a COVID-19 grant from Lotterywest to develop a regional engagement framework across the nine regions.
The research was conducted by Sandra Harben at Noongar Mia Mia and were endorsed by the Telethon Kids Institute Ngullar Coorlungar Elder co-researchers.
The visits were crucial to understanding the capacity gaps of the Aboriginal Community Housing Organisations sector in WA and with the individual four organisations.
The project will focus on optimising the ACHO’s current assets, build on their professionalism and through a peer-to-peer learning approach build collective capability supported by the technical expertise shared across the organisations.
This peer-to-peer approach is being supported by technical expertise shared across the four organisations.
Shelter WA has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the WA Local Government Association and Local Government Professionals for progression of the Local Government Homelessness Knowledge Hub Project. We were delighted to receive funding from Lotterywest to facilitate collaboration between local governments and our sector to prevent and respond to homelessness through a project […]
Shelter WA is proud to be supporting this artist-in-residence program.
The BillBuddy app is designed to assist people to reduce the costs and environmental impacts of their energy consumption.
WAConnect has the capacity to collect data about services – opening hours, locations, and different types of emergency support that services can provide to people doing it tough.
The sector partnerships team will look at sharing some consolidated information about the new Lotterywest framework with taskforces.
The grant, made during Homelessness Week 2020, will fund several projects for both Shelter WA and the Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness.