OUR SPONSORS

Completion of community initiatives has been made possible through support from grant monies, sponsorships and volunteers. We wish to acknowledge the following organisations and individuals for their contribution to our community projects, assisting us to achieve our vision:

to establish a sustainable future for its members and beneficiaries across social, cultural, economic, health, business and education opportunities, by seeking and realizing commercial opportunities in this dynamic region”.

 

Objective
The Australian Labour Party and Pilbara Development Commission have awarded NYFL funding through the Local Project, Local Jobs grant to perform upgrades at the Ngurin Pilbara Aboriginal Centre and further our development of the Roebourne Community Garden.

The team are proud to have completed sections of the veranda at the Cultural Centre, and have purchased some tools to help us keep track of the native plants in the bush and to record the development of the garden for further generations to see.

 

Acknowledgements

 

NYFL would like to acknowledge the Australian Labour Party, Government of Western Australia and Pilbara Development Commission for funding this project as part of the Local Projects Local Jobs fund.

 

Objective
To develop a community garden located at the Ngurin Pilbara Aboriginal Centre (NPAC), which is to be filled with edible and medicinal plants from Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi country. The garden includes an outdoor kitchen with cooking pit and a traditional shelter Yutha.

 

Acknowledgements

City of Karratha, Northwest Shelf Project, Quarterly Grants Scheme

 

Pilbara Development Commission, Royalties for Regions, Community Chest Fund

 



Fortescue Metals Group, Community Support Grant

 


Government of Western Australia, Department of Local Government and Communities

Pilbara Development Commission, Australian Labour Party, Local people Local Jobs Fund

Pilbara Ports Authority, Community Support Initiative

 

Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation

 

Government of Western Australia, Department of Justice

 

Objective
To research and produce a feasibility study that outlines the sustainability of developing a ‘Camping with Custodians’ camp site at Whim Creek Hotel.

 

Acknowledgements

     

Pilbara Development Commission, Royalties for Regions, Community Chest Fund

 

Objective
To control Parkinsonia infestation (weed) along the Harding River from Woodbrook to river mouth.

 

Acknowledgements

Rangelands NRM

 

Mesquite Management Committee

 

Objective
To improve disabled seating access at the Ngurin Pilbara Aboriginal Centre Amphitheatre and to erect signage on the grounds to promote the venue and increase awareness of its functions.

 

Acknowledgements

 

Department of Culture and the Arts, Regional Venues Improvement Fund

 

Objective
To install a dedicated power connection to the Amphitheatre as well installation of stage lighting, making the venue self-sufficient and functional.

 

Acknowledgements

 

Department of Culture and the Arts, Regional Venues Improvement Fund