Tickets are now available for the
2016 F.O.C.U.S Awards and Christmas Show
To purchase tickets click the link below
It’s never too early to begin planning the work Christmas function, and why not nominating for your favorite/or most respected Homelessness or Domestic Violence service at the same time? Come and celebrate with KWY at the 2016 FOCUS Awards and Christmas Show at the Stamford Plaza, Adelaide. Nominations for the awards are open. This year we are not only celebrating and recognising South Australian domestic and Aboriginal family Violence and homelessness services, but also services from the Northern Territory. Tickets will sell out so don’t hesitate to get in early and secure your seats.
New to KWY
Aboriginal Family Violence Program
A program to support Aboriginal women and children’s safety and well-being – recognising the importance of culturally appropriate responses.
To read more about KWY’s new program click here
KWY has moved
Dear colleagues, friends and associates,
Five years ago, the Aboriginal not-for-profit organisation Kornar Winmil Yunti (KWY) was established. Since our commencement in May 2011, KWY has been working from our offices in the 1930s era Grey Ward Nursery School building at 29 Selby Street, Adelaide. The services we provide cross over a number of different modes of service delivery, including behaviour change programs, counselling, cultural consultancy and group work with men; and specialised training for organisations and programs within the NAHA sector. As the demand for KWY has services has increased, our need for a new location that can facilitate our service pathways has grown. Our time has come to leave behind the small confines of our Grey Ward home, and move into a location that can better cater for our requirements so that we can in turn deliver a more efficient service to others.
As of April 1st, 2016, KWY will be operating from our new location and offices in Goodwood, at 147 Goodwood Road (30 metres south of the Capri Theatre) aptly nick named KWY 147. The new locale has an inbuilt specifically created training room facility, which KWY will offer to services to utilise. From these new facilities we will be able to provide all our training workshops, keep an eye on NAHA training details as KWY will now be running our NAHA training from the new KWY 147 site.
Contact telephone numbers will remain the same for the next three months before switching to updated numbers.
Attached below is a link to a map with KWY 147’s new locale and nearby transport services available.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your support of KWY in the past and into the future.
Kornar Winmil Yunti Aboriginal Organisation
Bus stop 5 is 200m north of KWY 147
Tram stop 3 is 400 meters north of KWY 147
Goodwood train station is 600 meters north-west of KWY 147
New training room available for hire.
Can seat up to 25 people comfortably.
If you or an organisation you represent is interested in using this great space please contact the new office number 08 8377 7822.