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Concierge, Level 1
3 Jul - 10 Jul
In partnership with the Miss/ Mr NAIDOC program, as part of NAIDOC Perth, this NAIDOC Week we are highlighting four indigenous charities, that do amazing work in our community. The charities have been selected and vetted by the Miss and Mr NAIDOC leaders and NAIDOC Perth, and identified as having a real impact in our local community.
The voting stations are located between Mecca and Peter Alexander on level 1
Sun 3 July - Sun 10 July
Voting stations are open 11am - 2pm Monday - Saturday | 12pm - 3pm Sundays
Collect a token from one of our Miss/Mr NAIDOC volunteers, learn more about each charity then select your favourite and cast your vote!
At the conclusion of voting, the charity with the most public votes will receive a $5000 donation from Westfield Carousel to put towards their cause.
If there are no tokens available, or the site is unattended please visit our concierge desk.
This NAIDOC Week, we have partnered with the Miss/Mr NAIDOC program to highlight four indigenous charities doing amazing work in our community. The Miss/ Mr NAIDOC Program is an empowerment & leadership program, focusing on the professional, personal and cultural development of upcoming Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community leaders.
Title winners from the Miss/Mr NAIDOC program will be in-centre, promoting and advocating for the charities from 3 July - 10 July. Come and meet these amazing young Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community leaders, and hear about causes close to their hearts.
Miss NAIDOC Perth 2022 – Nikki Trigwell
Miss NAIDOC Perth Runner Up 2022 – Kaleisha Krakouer
Kwobordok Yok 2022 – Keisha Calyun Clarke
Doolan Award 2022 – Rita Miller
Mr NAIDOC Perth 2022 – Cohen Taylor
Mr NAIDOC Perth Runner Up 2022 – Thomas Betts
Moorditj Maarman 2022 – Philip Ugle
Doolan Award 2022 – Tyson McEwan
Kinship Connections was founded in 2013 when CEO, Ann Hawke, saw the need to do more for young people in the foster care system. Their mission is to ensure that Aboriginal children in care be placed in the most culturally appropriate foster family.
Focused on research and data-gathering, Kinship Connections find placements that give children the possibility of experiencing all the advantages of being brought up within their own culture, understanding their Aboriginal identity and sense of belonging in their community.
Langford Aboriginal Association
Langford Aboriginal Association was established in 2000 after a group of Aboriginal families identified a lack of services available in their community. Through extensive research and conversations with the local Aboriginal community, Langford Aboriginal Association has been able to deliver a range of community programs to increase the health, well-being, cultural and social connections, for people living and working in the Perth metropolitan region.
National Suicide Prevention Trauma and Recovery Project
The National Suicide Prevention and Trauma Recovery Project has been a labour of love since January 2019, assisting 19,000 people across the country so far. Founders Gerry Georgatos and Megan Krakouer decided there must be more ongoing support to those living in Australia’s remote regions.
The unfunded organisation continues to grow with its volunteer service and outstanding record of assisting the most vulnerable. The National Suicide Prevention and Trauma Recovery Project are proud to support those with no one left to turn to.
Djinda Bridiya Wellbeing Australian Aboriginal Corporation
Founder and General Manager of the Djinda Bridiya Wellbeing Australian Aboriginal Corporation, Sharon Wood-Kennedy, is renowned for the positive change she has implemented within her community.
The organisation provides leadership and education programs, with Aboriginal community engagement at their core. Sharon mentors and provides a number of programs to Indigenous youth, with a key focus on football. She is driven by an aspiration to improve both their mental and physical health.
As a proud Noongar Yamatji woman, Sharon is a respected member of the local community and has played a key role in the development of young people.