National Reconciliation Week Breakfast Sponsors 2022

Principle Partner

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SA Police is proud to be the major sponsor of this event as part of deepening our understanding and acknowledgement of the past and charting a new shared path for the future. Reconciliation is an ongoing journey, one that we commit to make in genuine partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Major Sponsor

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News Corp Australia’s vision for reconciliation is for a nation that honestly and openly acknowledges the rights and wrongs of its past as it moves forward with open minds and hearts to create a society of equal opportunity for all its peoples.

We believe reconciliation is everybody's business. Through our role as storytellers reaching millions of Australians, we have both a unique responsibility and opportunity to lead the national conversation to help shape a better, more equitable nation.

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We are committed to supporting reconciliation and have sought to be an active participant and contributor to, the journey toward reconciliation. Our vision for reconciliation is a community in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples walk together in harmony; honouring culture and heritage and working together to eradicate social injustice. ​

As a proud sponsor of the 2022 National Reconciliation Week Breakfast, we stand with Reconciliation SA in playing our part to collectively restore and build relationships and communities that value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories and cultures. 

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Reconciliation requires genuine intent and authentic change to reshape mindsets and nurture practices that are collaborative and respectful of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, peoples and communities.

Sponsoring this event reflects our commitment to being part of this journey, promoting healing and creating fair opportunities and futures for all

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Wellbeing SA recognises that reconciliation is an essential and ongoing journey for all Australians.

Reconciliation is key to Wellbeing SA’s commitment to reduce the disparities in health outcomes experienced by Aboriginal people and to support the physical, mental and social wellbeing of Aboriginal people in South Australia.

Minor Sponsor

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At BreastScreen SA, Reconciliation means strengthening our connections and establishing relationships based on mutual understanding, trust and respect with the Aboriginal community.

As a breast cancer screening program, we are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal women by providing a service that is caring, empowering and equitable. 

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Junction is a leading social enterprise supporting more than 10,000 South Australians each year through social and affordable housing, therapeutic support services and our community centres.

To us, reconciliation means acknowledging the grief, trauma and loss caused by past and present harm, while working together to create opportunities for healing, learning, growth and a brighter future.

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As a purpose-led membership organisation, RAA is making life better for our members and better for our community.

Bringing this purpose to life has led us to develop our first Reconciliation Action Plan. We’re very proud to continue this commitment by supporting Reconciliation SA’s NRW Breakfast. It’s a small step in our ongoing journey of learning, respecting, and acting. 

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The University of South Australia (UniSA) is a strong advocate for reconciliation and we are delighted to participate in this year’s South Australian NRW Breakfast. Reconciliation is a journey for all Australians: one of truth telling, acknowledgment and strengthening the relationships between Aboriginal Peoples and the broader Australian community. ​

Strengthening these relationships and making impactful change is key to UniSA’s commitment to becoming the “University of Choice for Aboriginal Peoples”, and we’re excited to join like-minded and brave people to take meaningful action and to tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation at UniSA and in the local communities that we serve. 

Supporter

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The Adelaide Football Club respects and celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as part of our shared history.   ​

We acknowledge the important role we play in working toward reconciliation and we’re proud to support the NRW Breakfast as part of that commitment. 

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GPEx is a proud supporter of Reconciliation Week.

This week delivers an opportunity for us to reflect on the learnings, and the cultural elements we have brought into our organisation, ensuring our workplace continues to be one that is welcoming and supportive to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 

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Intract Australia has been the only private Aboriginal Business that has supported and sponsored Reconciliation SA’s National Reconciliation Week Breakfast for the last several years. We strongly believe in reconciliation and bringing all peoples together for this journey, we also believe and recognise that reconciliation goes both ways. 

Intract Australia have delivered significant Indigenous outcomes leading to 90+ full time employees nationwide, an 92% Indigenous workforce, and a 25% female workforce. Our focus on Closing the Gap, is paramount to our business model.

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Our RAP 2020-2023 vision is: Australia’s First Nations truth and our country’s shared story connects us to place. Together we create value through places where communities thrive, places that are not only innovative and sustainable but acknowledge the first placemakers – the First Nations peoples of Australia.

When we approach the development of place in partnership with community and acknowledge that we are on Country, we become part of a bigger story that builds connections with First Nations peoples.

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Workskil Australia’s vision for reconciliation is a united nation that celebrates our First Nations culture, acknowledges truths of the past and is committed to inclusivity and equality in all aspects.

Our organisation is proud to be a sponsor of the National Reconciliation Week Breakfast and the ongoing journey towards change for the benefit of all Australians. 

Community Table

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AnglicareSA is proud to sponsor the National Reconciliation Week Breakfast to be present with others as we work to advance reconciliation in our organisation and in community.

This year’s theme Be Bold, Make Change will continue to inspire our learning as we expand our community reach and sphere of influence to promote reconciliation. 

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For Green Adelaide, reconciliation means working together and walking together.

That’s why Warpulai Kumungka exists, to create the space for Green Adelaide and Kaurna Miyurna to work together to heal Country.

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The Adelaide Reconciliation Working Group is our employee network to drive change and promote reconciliation as part of PwC's Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan. ​

We recognise the importance of Reconciliation SA and PwC is honoured to be able to volunteer and support the incredible events that spread the story of Reconciliation SA and the important work that they do. 

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For Green Adelaide, reconciliation means working together and walking together.

That’s why Warpulai Kumungka exists, to create the space for Green Adelaide and Kaurna Miyurna to work together to heal Country.