Below is a sample of the programs SKHKAC deliver
SKHKAC COVID 19 Program was funded by the National Healing Foundation in response to the national health crisis, which saw a multi-tide of emergency actions put into place including addressing the urgent needs of Stolen Generations families, which make up a large percent of Sister Kate’s Homees, Elders and descendant families in Western Australia.
SKHKAC delivered a range of need basis programs within six-month period, with of two major components; the food care packages to 100 Stolen Gen family through Western Australia and the Perth metro area – and the production of a Health DVD, which focused on both a political and health pandemic they have experienced during their lifetimes to the present day.
SKHKAC deliver a series of Men’s, Women’s and Family Cultural Healing Bush Camps every year which are undertaken for SK Homee families and supporters of our programs. As a further extension of these initiatives, we include healing, empowerment, and cultural teaching/learning and sharing components, which are proving to be a great cultural asset in strengthening the cultural knowledge identity and pride in our members.
Since 1982 the ATOM Awards have been celebrating the best of Australian and New Zealand screen content from the education sector and screen industry professionals.
They are the second- longest-running film and media awards in Australia, behind the AFI/AACTA Awards, having been held annually over 35 years.
The 2020 ATOM Awards feature 30 categories covering everything from feature-length films and televisions programs to animation, short fiction, education resources, and new media including web cam series, websites, and apps.
RISEN and Film Clip, and the Men’s Camp have been submitted from various categories.
SKHKAC holds several women gatherings per year, over the last decade, which have proven to be very beneficial to our members and their family’s cultural, social, and emotional well-being.
Since our Women’s Bush Camps have been staged, both on the Bush Block and various sites throughout the metropolitan area, these have also established a support base with various women from other cultures, where there has been a sharing and celebration of cultural difference and reconciliation.