Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation

The Southern Districts Football Club wlecomes new team sponsor of the Under 18s girls team Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation.

Please learn about them below and visit thier website to see the excelent work they are doing in the community.

 

Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation

Improving lives and transforming communities one story at a time

 

Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation is a leading community development provider to urban, regional and remote communities throughout the Darwin Daly Region in the Northern Territory.

 

Through our programs and services, we are improving lives and transforming communities by giving everyone the opportunity to fully participate in society.

 

We connect communities, strengthen relationships and networks, build life-skills, celebrate and protect culture, and provide meaning through employment.

 

We transform lives one story at a time.

 

Ironbark Aboriginal Corporation (Ironbark) is a not-for-profit organisation based in Darwin, Northern Territory. We successfully deliver community, employment and economic services to urban, regional and remote communities throughout the Darwin Daly Region.

 

our aim

 

To improve lives and transform Aboriginal communities through tailored advocacy for, and development of employment services, enterprise, economic and community development and business solutions.

our objectives

  • Support Aboriginal communities to become self-managing
  • Work with communities to improve social cohesion and advance ongoing community growth and development
  • Provide cultural awareness and employment placement services to employers of Aboriginal people residing within the Region
  • Create a representative and consultative forum for Aboriginal people residing in the Darwin/Daly Region
  • Provide and promote education, training, employment and business creation opportunities
  • Support the maintenance and protection of Aboriginal culture and tradition
  • Advise and educate Aboriginal people residing in the Darwin/Daly Region in relation to support services available and facilitate advocacy on their behalf

 

 

 

Website:www.ironbark.org.au