Become a
funding partner

The next phase of construction will require significant contributions and investments. Over the past 2 years, the leadership and financial support from business and community has been crucial to AMHC’s success.

Find out more

If you share AMHC’s vision that all Aboriginal women and children live safe and healthy lives free of family violence and would like to find out more about becoming a funding partner, please contact Devon Cuimara below.

 
 

partners

pro bono partners

We are happy to say that there is broad support for the Aboriginal Males Healing Centre. Clearly, our communities, business and government support our vision that all Aboriginal women and children live safe and healthy lives free of family violence.

To date, the value of pro bono services is close to $1 million and growing.

 
 
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Additional Pro bono Partners

 
  • Dr. Mick Adams, Edith Cowan University

  • Clear Horizons, Evaluation and monitoring

  • Mr. Pete Condon, Technology via Indigenous Community Volunteers

  • DLA Piper, Legal

  • Professor Victoria Hovane, Australian National University

  • Mr. Garry Keats, Surveyor via Indigenous Community Volunteers

  • Ms. Ros King, bid writing via Indigenous Community Volunteers

  • Ms. Margot Matthews, CO-LAB

  • Mr. David Minty, Finity Actuaries and Consultants

  • Mr. Doyen Radcliffe, Indigenous Community Volunteers

  • Mr. Ashwin Ramdas, Eventum Consulting (accounting and audit)

  • Rawlinsons, Quantity Surveyors

  • Ms. Deborah Stanley, design and production via Indigenous Community Volunteers

  • Mr. David van Dieren

  • Western Australian Police Force