Food for the Mob® – A Year in Review

Food for the Mob_Year Wrapup Post

Launched in July 2020, the primary purpose of Food for the Mob®, a food production and service business, is to create emergency relief and offer low-cost meals for people experiencing hardship during the COVID pandemic, along with creating local Aboriginal employment across the Midwest and Gascoyne Regions. ABC Foundation uses existing infrastructure and resources, has sought support, worked with its … Read More

On-Country Education Funding received for the Midwest!

We’re excited to announce that the ABC Foundation has been awarded funds by Lotterywest to deliver three years of On-Country Education in the Midwest. With the support of Lotterywest as a Major Supporter and partnering with Yulella Aboriginal Corporation to act as the co-program facilitator we will be bringing our Welcome Me 2 Country, Bush Classroom, Ranger 4 Life and … Read More

The AWRAE Training Project has started in Karratha!

We’re excited to announce the commencement of training with a pre-engagement week from 27th – 29th July for the first cohort of 15 women in Karratha, with the theoretical training having commenced on 3 August 2021. Key Personnel: The pilot project saw the recruitment of two local Aboriginal women, Jane Tittums and Natasha Hunter, to deliver the co-facilitation and mentoring … Read More

Make a difference with a donation before End of Financial Year

Looking for a good place to make a donation with impact prior to June 30? Boost your tax return with a donation to the ABC Foundation Ltd. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and are channeled directly into ABC Foundation Ltd programs, such as: On-Country Education, Food for the Mob™ and the Aboriginal Women’s Research Assistant and Evaluation (AWRAE) … Read More

Aboriginal Women’s Paid Training Project in Research and Evaluation to commence in Karratha 2021

The Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation (ABC) Foundation Ltd is launching an exciting new social pilot program called the Aboriginal Women’s Research Assistant and Evaluation (AWRAE) Training Project which is pushing the boundaries of Indigenous Data Sovereignty and is creating employment and empowerment for Aboriginal women in remote communities. On the Kimberley’s Gibb River alone, more than 100 researchers are engaged to … Read More

On-Country Care

On-Country Care to provide 26,000 free hot meals, healthcare and more to COVID-19 affected people in Gascoyne and Midwest. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions across the Gascoyne and Midwest regions, the ABC (Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation) Foundation Limited has collaborated with its community based partners and other organisations to implement an Emergency Relief Strategy: On-Country Care. Prior to COVID-19, … Read More

Westpac Rural Community Grant Announcement

We are a 2020 Westpac Foundation Rural Community Grant recipient 📣 Received for our Self-Transition through Resilience, Empowerment, Awareness & Motivation (STREAM) Program, which focuses on building an individual’s capacity and supporting them to reset their personal foundations to transition and make positive changes in their lives. Working alongside our community partner Mungullah Community Aboriginal Corporation, this program aims to … Read More