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People all over the Country are assisting us to make positive changes.

People all over the Country are assisting us to make positive changes.

We are an organisation renowned for its quality, innovation and collaborative spirit. We are committed to working with like minded organisations and businesses to build a better future for our families. We have partners that provide pro bono or in kind support, others that donate their products. Some who donate funds themselves or work with their networks to raise funds. Everyone has a role to play and we invite you to join us on our journey. This is a healing journey for our families, our community, our organisation, our Country and we invite you to join us to build our vision. follow us on Facebook or email us at marninsupport@mwrc.com.au

 

  • Sue Thomas
A Campaign for 1000 Dresses Goes Viral

A Campaign for 1000 Dresses Goes Viral

Marninwarntikura have benefitted from a viral post that has seen us receive masses of donations of clothes that we are distributing widely throughout Fitzroy Valley communities and beyond
Early Childhood Supports that help families and connect them to Allied Health teams

Early Childhood Supports that help families and connect them to Allied Health teams

Early Years, the most important years of our lives. Our community navigators and family support workers help to connect families worried about their kids development with Allied Health Professionals. We walk with them to access therapeutic support services. We love working with the KAMS ECS team, we are learning so much from them as they grow our knowledge of effective strategies to support children's development.
Kimberley Women’s Art Camp 2020

Kimberley Women’s Art Camp 2020

Making, sharing and planning for our future

  • Wendy Bourke
What it means to be a front-line worker

What it means to be a front-line worker

During this time of uncertainty our amazing ECLU educators have stepped up and taken on the role of frontline workers.
  • Wendy Bourke
Moving with the changes in working with families

Moving with the changes in working with families

The Child and Parent Centre have adapted to a new way of working with families as a result of people self isolating in remote communities for their safety.  Our Educators have also  return to their respective communities to stay safe from the potential threat of the COVID19.
  • Wendy Bourke