Due to the originality and creativeness of our community engagement and cultural awareness initiatives, our process is to:
SKHKAC has established strong working relationships with several of our stakeholder organisations, where the City of Canning has collaborated with us to provide a yearly community engagement initiative that offers a family fun day for all parts of the community. The main site that these programs are held is at the Kent Street Weir; that has great significance to the SK Home kids from their early primary years whist they were living at the Sister Kate’s Children’s Home in Queens Park.
SKHKAC and the City of Canning have forged a very beneficial working relationship across a wide range of community engagement programs delivered over a number of years at the Kent Street Weir and in the Cannington region, which has resulted in some great outcomes for Sister Kates Homee families and the wider community.
Further to the wonderful outcomes across our programs, the City of Canning are also a valuable support and major stakeholder of our SKHK Corporation’s Vision in building a Place of Healing on the Bush Block, that will be all accessible to all parts of the community in the very near future.
The Wirin Kedininy Midar Kundaam Aboriginal Cultural Healing Day Camp was held in Dryandra State Forrest, Dryandra’s Lion Village, Dryandra – where a range of Aboriginal youth attended ranging in ages 13 to 21 years of age.
The Camp was a collaboration between Sister Kate’s Home Kids Aboriginal Corporation, Avon Community Services and Mooditj Youth Aboriginal Corporation in Narrogin, WA during one of SKHKAC Regional Outreach Community Engagement and Cultural Healing and Empowerment Programs.