In Aboriginal mythology Gunawirra means the invisible seed of all creation. The aim of Gunawirra's work is to heal, and to empower.
Gunawirra’s four young mother’s groups are
for pregnant Aboriginal women, mums with newborn babies, mums with toddlers, and mums with up to preschool aged children.
These weekly programs include individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and mother - child therapy, as well as broader
base of art therapy, parenting, educative life skills and social interacting. Gunawirra funding relies almost solely on donations from the public, foundations and charitable organisations and a small amount of
For more info visit www.gunawirra.org.au
Red Dust's Healthy Living Program; which supports remote Indigenous Youth on their life journey with interactive
programs that inspire better health through education, that really need your help.
Red Dust believes that good health is the key to a bright future and that health outcomes can only be made possible through a two-way
exchange with communities. Red Dust delivers innovative health promotion programs in partnership with remote communities that encourage Indigenous youth to learn more about health and inspire them to live a healthy lifestyle.
For more info visit www.reddust.org.au