Ninna Marni (a Kaurna word for "Hello, How are you?")
We would like to acknowledge this land and the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country. We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.
Welcome from the CEO
Welcome to the Kura Yerlo Inc. website. Kura Yerlo Inc. is a community managed organisation consisting of eight Aboriginal Representatives within the western region. Kura Yerlo has 40+ staff including volunteers, delivering a large number of community programs including Youth, Family, Elders, Disability, Education, Child Care and Fitness. For further detailed information please refer to the Kura Yerlo Inc. Annual Report.
Les Wanganeen, Chief Executive Officer
About Our Logo
Our logo consists of Nunga colours in a circular fashion forming the border of the design to draw attention to Kura Yerlo being an Aboriginal organisation. The two dolphins represent being by the sea. The central point of the logo is the Kaurna shield. Black and white hands (murra's) show how we represent all ages.
"Walking together for a Strong Culture and a Sustainable Future."
Kura Yerlo Inc. is a leading Community-Managed Aboriginal Organisation, offering holistic services to Aboriginal people of all ages, within the Adelaide Region.
Kura Yerlo is:
- Community driven and Aboriginal Community managed
- Committed to best practice
- Respectful of diversity
- Dedicated to equality and justice
- Empowering the Aboriginal Community
- To provide services and facilities and be a gathering place for the Aboriginal Community.
- To promote and support Aboriginal controlled organizations and groups.
- To provide a base for Aboriginal Community groups.
- To develop, implement, provide and encourage educational cultural sporting and other programs for the benefit of the Aboriginal Community and Aboriginal people of all ages and to assist and give support where possible.
- To monitor and cater to the needs of Aboriginal children and their families.
- To reinforce and nurture cultural knowledge and well-being amongst the Aboriginal Community.
Financial and Organisational Information
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