OGG announce founding for our Gunawirra kids support program. They will donate all the earnings made with slot game Gaminator Book of Ra from their own Novomatic collection.
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We welcome you to…

Gunawirra

In Aboriginal mythology Gunawirra means the invisible seed of all creation

Gunawirra, a not-for-profit PBI organisation made up of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals working side by side for fundamental improvements in the life of Aboriginal families, their infants and children.

Gunawirra’s primary role is to create models of excellence by designing unique, innovative and transformational programs that are fully evaluated.

These unique models of excellence allows Gunawirra’s work to be replicated in widening community circles of effectiveness.

We empower young Aboriginal parents with babies and young children to intervene in their own lives.

 Main Gunawirra Projects:  

  • Support for young families from pregnancy to five years of age in our special Young Aboriginals Mothers Program (YAMP).
  • Group programs for young mothers with their babies and with toddlers up to age five (YAMP) .
  • Support for preschool children and their parents through the Five Big Ideas, our gardens, puppets and Community Days.
  • Support for preschool children and their parents through our Art Therapy Program.
  • Direct support for individual children and parents, through Assessment, Short and Long Term Family Therapy Program.
  • Support Directors and staff of many preschools in NSW with telephoning support, visiting, seminars, papers and books.
  • The Journey to learning program – This program aims to share Aboriginal cultural knowledge and Aboriginal art while providing a connection for Aboriginal children to their heritage. The program also shares valuable cultural knowledge to preschool educators, families and communities.
  • Gunawirra’s 3yr Strategic Plan

Gunawirra resides on Wangal country. Gunawirra acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wangal people and I recognise and respect their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay respects to them and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.