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How do you explain privilege simply to those who don't see it? This video demonstrates.
Kinship Connections WA is very grateful to the Leadership WA 2013 cohorts for their very generous donation to the organisation. With this money we have been able to purchase a much needed trailer (pictured right) which has enabled us to … Continue reading
Kinship Connections WA’s new logo was developed by a very talented designer called Brad Htoon from “Thinking Hats” and we were extremely impressed by his ability to incorporate all the concepts that we needed represented. We are very proud of … Continue reading
Kinship Connections held a BBQ in Tomato Lake in Belmont as their first social event on Sunday 9th February. It went extremely well yesterday with around 50 people attending from youngsters through to elders. There was plenty of lovely food, … Continue reading
Thursday 9th – Saturday 11th May 2013 A Message from the Director General The Department for Child Protection is very pleased to be once again working in partnership with the Foster Care Association WA and community sector agencies to present … Continue reading
As Director of Kinship Connections WA, Ann Oakley has attended structured training through “Our Communities”. Our Communities is a fantastic agency that provides advice and tools for Australia’s 600,000 not-for-profit community groups and state, private and independent schools, as well as … Continue reading
KCWA’S President Dr Marion Kickett graduated on the 13th September 2012, at the University of WA. It was a great honor to be with Marion on this joyful evening and to watch her graduate with her “Doctor of Philosophy”. The … Continue reading
Today I (Ann Oakley) met with representatives from Leadership WA Donna O’Hara and Emma Grantham. Leadership WA is a not for profit organisation which aims to enhance leadership through its programs and improve the WA community. Graduates from Leadership WA … Continue reading
Today KCWA had their first meeting with three of DCP’s Directors, the meeting went well and they were very interested in what KCWA had to offer. They supported a further meeting with DCP’s CEO Mr Terry Murphy and DCP’s Executive Directors. … Continue reading
Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) hosted a “Ladies Community Engagement Breakfast” it was a great morning and plenty of women to network with. ICV staff were just great in making you feel welcome, and for cooking breakfast. It was also a special … Continue reading
Welcome to our brand new website. We hope you are as excited as we are to be on the web and now having a communication medium that informs our clients, other agencies and our supporters as to KCWA’s services, successes … Continue reading