KARI has been recognised as an ABA100® Winner for Community Contribution in The Australian Business Awards 2017. The Australian Business Award for Community Contribution [CCA] recognises organisations that implement initiatives that have a positive impact on the community and generate outcomes that have a long term benefit.

“We seek to help our community flourish and believe in helping our families grow strong as we continue to do the best for our community.

“We are committed to offering a range of programs and services to Aboriginal communities. Believing in long-term solutions, we run foster care, early intervention, community and cultural programs. These programs aim to help Aboriginal communities to become self-sufficient and flourish in generations to come.

“Our holistic approach to foster care has a strong focus on cultural identity, support and overall well-being. To support this philosophy, we offer our children and young people access to various services.

“KARI are proud to have been recognised for its contribution to ensuring the Aboriginal community has access to culturally-specific foster care services and access to quality, holistic services.

“As a result, KARI has been recognised by many as one of the nation’s leading Aboriginal service providers, affirming KARI’s commitment to continuous improvement and innovative business processes.”

Paul Ralph, CEO, KARI

For further information about KARI go to kari.org.au