Our organisation believes in the power of community and always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you. There are many ways you can support our organisation, with every contribution you make going towards supporting those of our mob who need it most.
In some parts of New South Wales, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people account for nearly 80% of the children in out-of-home care. Yet many do not receive care from a culturally appropriate organisation.
Every little bit of help goes a long way in supporting our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. Whether it’s $2 or $500, our organisation always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people such as you.
Narang Bir-rong Aboriginal Corporation is run by and for our Aboriginal community, and with your help each month we can continue to support our community and help break the cycle of intergenerational trauma.
By sacrificing just one cup of coffee each month, you could make a tangible difference to the lives of children in our community.
Make a Birthday Pledge
For so many of us, birthdays are often filled with well-meaning but unnecessary gifts. By creating a birthday pledge, you can ask your friends and family to donate the amount they would usually spend on a present to help so many in our community.
No matter how big or small, your pledge will make a big difference to the lives of those who need it most.
By becoming an NBAC workplace giving partner, you can make regular donations to a charity from your pre-tax pay, allowing you to give more than you might normally be able to afford. You simply choose the amount you are happy to give per pay cheque and organise with your employer… simple!
If you would like to include Narang Bir-rong Aboriginal Corporation in your existing giving program or register your interest to become a regular giving partner, please contact us.
Our Foster Care Stories
Sharing the stories of our foster carers allows us to tell you about the real impact our community has. The patience, compassion and perseverance of our carers are truly inspiring, and show how we can bring tangible and positive change to the lives of children and young people in our care.