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How can you support important causes this International Children’s Day?  

By November 20, 2023No Comments


We have compiled a list of First Nations organisations that you can donate to which support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children across a range of issues. 

Bubup Wilam 

Bubup Wilam, meaning “Children’s Place” in Woi Wurrung language, is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Education, Health and Wellbeing organisation. Bubup Wilam is a safe place for our children and families and is a community gathering place where everyone can come and be together. The families and children are all benefitting from our strong community engagement. 

You can support them via the website


The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care, (SNAICC), is the national peak body in Australian representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

You can support them via the website


Gunawirra is a non-profit based out of Sydney offering programs for Indigenous parents and young children. The charity works with mothers groups to connect mums and bubs to culture, as well as offering art therapy, speech therapy, nutrition and care packs for predominantly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander preschools in regional New South Wales. 

You can support them via the website

The Aboriginal Legal Service

The Aboriginal Legal Service was established in 1940 in Redfern, Sydney as the first Aboriginal Legal Service in Australia. Today the ALS works to acknowledge the importance of Aboriginal people in the building, designing and delivering of services to the community with legal work in criminal law, children’s care and protection law and family law. The Victorian chapter of the ALS also provides referrals, advice and information, duty work and casework to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Victoria. 

Make a donation to the Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW and ACT) here or get involved by following ALSNSWACT on Facebook

Make a donation to the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service here.


ANTaR is an independent, non-government organisation that works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and leaders on both rights and reconciliation issues. The organisation has been running since 1997 and is committed to empowering the community and speaking up about injustice and inequality. 

Make a donation to ANTaR here or sign up to stay informed on local issues. 


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