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NUNKUWARRIN YUNTI IS A CHILD SAFE ORGANISATION THAT PROMOTES THE SAFETY AND WELLBEING OF ALL CHILDREN

Nunkuwarrin Yunti Energy Project

In 2014, Nunkuwarrin Yunti was successful in gaining funding to upgrade our air-conditioning systems, install some LED lighting and do some window tinting. This project was informed by an energy audit we completed in late 2013, which recommended these changes to reduce our carbon emissions.

Saving money through reduced energy use also has a positive impact on the amount of money we can spend on community programs, and provides a buffer against continued escalating energy costs. The project was largely funded by the Commonwealth Department of Industry, through the Community Energy Efficiency Program (CEEP).

Nunkuwarrin Yunti is grateful for this grant and has produced a small video to share what has been done with the community. Michael McCabe – Executive Manager Corporate Services.


Nunkuwarrin Yunti Energy Project
from Nunkuwarrin Yunti on Vimeo.

Rewrite Your Story campaign wins a DEADLY

 The social marketing campaign was awarded the inaugural category for Excellence in Health Through the Promotion of Healthy and Smoke Free Lifestyles at the 19th Deadlys® on Tuesday night.

Developed by the Puiyurti (Don’t Smoke) team the campaign features the real-life smoking stories of 16 local community Ambassadors in the aim of inspiring Adelaide’s Aboriginal communities to rewrite their own stories and give up smokes for good.

The Deadlys® are an annual celebration of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievements in music, sport, health and entertainment.  They are voted for by the public.

In accepting the award at the Sydney Opera House, Puiyurti (Don’t Smoke) Tackling Tobacco Coordinator Donna Pickett said the award was recognition for the hope and inspiration displayed by all 16 Ambassadors in supporting their community to make positive changes for the future.

“This is about encouraging and empowering the Aboriginal community in South Australia to live longer for their family – for their children and grandchildren – and to be healthy role models,” Ms Pickett said.

“We thank all of our Ambassadors for courageously telling their stories and helping to inspire our mob to give up the smokes for good. This award is for you! ”

The Rewrite Your Story campaign also received a host of finalists and four Best of Category Awards at the recent AADC (Adelaide Advertising and Design Club Awards). Visit the website at www.rewriteyourstory.com.au

Nunkuwarrin Yunti is proud to present the following publications;


 
Nunkuwarrin Yunti is the foremost community controlled centre in Adelaide, South Australia, providing health care and community support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Our Name

Our name was adopted from the dialects of the two largest clans in the southern region - Ngarrindjeri and Narungga to represent the community, the services and the spirit in which they are provided. It mean 'Working together' and proclaims our belief of one community sharing a united vision for the future.

This simple belief has seen Nunkuwarrin Yunti at the forefront of initiatives to improve the health, life expectancy and lifestyle prospects for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We work with the community, our staff and other organisations to improve and expand our service delivery. 

 

 

Our Logo

Our logo, designed by Aboriginal Artist Max Mansell, is a pictorial reminder of our name. It represents 'the diversity of Indigenous Australians in colour and culture, and all cultures of the world building bridges of understanding together as one with colourful cultures'.

 
 
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