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Help First Nations families in remote Central Australia

Alice Springs, NT

Baby items for remote First Nations communities

Organisation staff sorting and distributing underwear and clothing from GIVIT's corporate donor, BondsThis organisation delivers early childhood programs and family support for First Nations Australians in remote communities. Data from the Australian Early Development Index indicates that children from remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory start school with higher levels of disadvantage across the five key developmental indicators measured¹.

This organisation aims to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids are ready to thrive when they start preschool. It caters to families who have kids aged 0-4 years, and provides playgroup, early learning and parenting programs on child development and health. The program also helps parents gain confidence and knowledge in early childhood development.

 

What's needed

This organisation often needs items for babies and toddlers like nappies, clothing and toys. They may also request everyday household items to help families in hardship.

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4 items currently needed

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How your donation helps

Below are messages of thanks that we've received from this organisation in the past.

"Thanks again so very much! These [laptops] will really assist our families who are not able to access our services easily due to COVID rules, no bus runs etc. Thank you again from our ourstation families!"


"I have reserved one of the bra pallets, thank you so much! What a blessing for our community and families! Thanks again for your help I really appreciate it :)"


"I'd like to send a massive thank you to all the GIVIT team and donors for the amazing donations they've so generously given to the families and children of the Borroloola Community, NT. It's been a very rough time for many families during COVID, so gaining access to phones, internet, grocery vouchers and much more has been so instrumental in keeping families connected to learning and having their needs met. Than you again on behalf of our community. Our families have much appreciated the support and resources given."

¹https://www.aedc.gov.au/resources/2021-aedc-results

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