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Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society

Contact

Name: Frank Gorrel

Position: General Secretary

Email: ceo@acas.org.au

Website: http://www.kirinari-acas.com

Address

PO Box 277

Sutherland NSW 1499

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Our Mission / Objective

Founders of the Kirinari Aboriginal Student Hostels. Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society (ACAS) supports Aboriginal children and youth in the areas of Education and Progress towards a worthwhile and productive future ensuring the fulfillment of ambition, talent and initiative.

Our Services

Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society (ACAS) supports students staying at Aboriginal Secondary School hostels in New South Wales. ACAS contributes to the education of Aboriginal students in remote area primary schools with object of raising the standard of entry into high school.

Our Beneficiaries

Aboriginal primary and secondary school students demonstrating a willingness to advance their talents, sportsmanship and abilities towards accomplishment of a worthwhile future.

Projects in Progress

Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society Drivetime Programme enables Kirinari Learners to attain their one hundred driving hours.

Aboriginal Progressive Interactive Learning Activity has assisted 13 remote area primary schools with ipads, class response systems, smartboards, camera and recording equipment, electronic signage, sporting and exercise equipment and books. This is state-of-the art teaching and learning.

Kirinari students in Sydney and Newcastle are assisted with their extra-curricula needs in school and excursions.

Optimising Health and Learning for Aboriginal Children, a project in conjunction with Sydney Children’s Hospital in process.

Our People

CEO

Frank Gorrel, General Secretary

Leadership Team

CEO and the Board

Names of Board Members

Ivan Simon PSM (President),
Josephine Love (Vice-President),
Robert Lindsay OAM (Treasurer),
June Griener,
Lyn Tindale,
Sharon Kelley,
Bruce Shillingsworth,

Number of Employees

one

Number of Volunteers

nine

Registration Information

ABN

78 002 677 581

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Founders of the Kirinari Aboriginal Student Hostels. Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society (ACAS) supports Aboriginal children and youth in the areas of Education and Progress towards a worthwhile and productive future ensuring the fulfillment of ambition, talent and initiative.

Our Services

Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society (ACAS) supports students staying at Aboriginal Secondary School hostels in New South Wales. ACAS contributes to the education of Aboriginal students in remote area primary schools with object of raising the standard of entry into high school.

Our Beneficiaries

Aboriginal primary and secondary school students demonstrating a willingness to advance their talents, sportsmanship and abilities towards accomplishment of a worthwhile future.

Projects in Progress

Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society Drivetime Programme enables Kirinari Learners to attain their one hundred driving hours.

Aboriginal Progressive Interactive Learning Activity has assisted 13 remote area primary schools with ipads, class response systems, smartboards, camera and recording equipment, electronic signage, sporting and exercise equipment and books. This is state-of-the art teaching and learning.

Kirinari students in Sydney and Newcastle are assisted with their extra-curricula needs in school and excursions.

Optimising Health and Learning for Aboriginal Children, a project in conjunction with Sydney Children’s Hospital in process.

Our People

CEO

Frank Gorrel, General Secretary

Leadership Team

CEO and the Board

Names of Board Members

Ivan Simon PSM (President),
Josephine Love (Vice-President),
Robert Lindsay OAM (Treasurer),
June Griener,
Lyn Tindale,
Sharon Kelley,
Bruce Shillingsworth,

Number of Employees

one

Number of Volunteers

nine

Registration Information

ABN

78 002 677 581

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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