We are committed to enabling all people on low incomes, especially Aboriginal people and women, to have appropriate homes and economic strength to experience hope and full lives. Homes and place, where people feel belonging, is the foundation of a full life, as people define it themselves.
We elevate and share Aboriginal philosophy as all-encompassing in its relatedness and connection to all living things to advance our aims and reconciliation in this process. We aim to reach and impact 10 per cent of the 3 million people experiencing housing and social exclusion.
"Aboriginal philosophy is a wholistic template for living on the Australian continent because it conserves the species and the natural world, it minimises conflict in human relationships and it ensures the continuation of our survival. Aboriginal knowledge sustains all humankind and it is a valuable source of inspiration for all people. Finally, Aboriginal law is fixed, immutable and continuous" Victoria Williams-Grieves
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Big River Impact Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we visit through the course of our work and recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past, present and future.