A Message from KARI CEO, Casey Ralph

Lock down has proven to be an extremely busy time for us here at KARI Foundation.

We have been providing service to more children, families, Elders and communities than ever and have been working tirelessly to ensure those who are most vulnerable are supported during these challenging times.

We took the opportunity to highlight Child Protection Week and celebrate National Foster and Kinship Care week by showcasing some of the amazing work our carers and staff are doing to support our children and young people in care. Acknowledging the hard work of our carers is something we as an agency aim to prioritise all year round, but this week in particular is committed to them as we cannot achieve what we do in KARI Limited without our dedicated team of carers.

Over the last 18 months we have been working behind the scenes on a new and exciting initiative that will help our corporate and government supporters to achieve their commitment to Aboriginal Australia. Launching in the coming weeks, this initiative will allow KARI Foundation to sustainably grow across NSW and venture interstate to deliver more impactful programs collaboratively without a financial impact to business.

We are excited to share the KARI Foundation 2021-24 Strategic Plan. This plan provides the framework to create meaningful points of connection to share Aboriginal culture and achievement.

I am looking forward to connecting in person with each of you in the near future.

Warm Regards,

Casey Ralph