Corporate Update from Casey Ralph, KARI CEO

Good morning,

As we venture into the second half of 2018, it has been an eventful and constructive six months for both KARI Limited and KARI Foundation.

It was an absolute privilege to be the first Indigenous organisation to earn our place on a State of Origin jersey and be able to share the series win with NSW Rugby League.

During this time, KARI Foundation has established several new partners which will support meaningful outcomes driven programs which we’ve established over many years with the assistance of our current valued corporate partners.

This month I would like to make a special mention of our KARI carer’s and their families.

To become a carer is a big decision, which ultimately leads to a wonderfully rewarding experience.

On the 11th of July, KARI Foundation will be hosting our annual NAIDOC event at the prestigious NSW Parliament House Strangers Dining Room. This is a corporate event with all proceeds going to deliver community programs. The response so far has been amazing and there’s only a limited amount of tickets left. To avoid disappointment, book now to secure tickets.

I know there’s many more milestones ahead during this year, I’m looking forward to celebrating these achievements with our corporate network.

You are able to catch up on KARI’s news stories here.

Warm regards,

Casey Ralph