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It is possible to end extreme poverty, inequity and disadvantage.

We celebrate the extraordinary depth and sophistication of First Nations knowledge, capture local ability and bring the scale and quality of resources needed for all children in a community to have the very best in learning, wellbeing and development. 

Donate now and help us achieve this vision. 

Donate to a school on Dujuan’s Homeland | Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.

Dujuan's wish is simple. To attend a school led by, and for, Aboriginal people. Children's Ground is helping this wish come to life. Support Children's Grounds operations in Mpwerinke Anapipe, North of Alice Springs.

We focus on each and every important issue within the community to make an impact on the bigger picture. View all appeals

No more sitting back. We want people to listen to us, our voices.
We want to teach kids their history as well as their culture; we want them to grow up with a strong identity. We want an education system for kids that is culturally appropriate. Children's Ground is different to other organisations because it is run by us - our elders, families and all the community that come to Children’s Ground.
Now we are growing the fruit. We are the ones that need to make it happen.

Advisory Group and Senior Arrernte Educators, Ampe-kenhe Ahelhe (Children's Ground Central Australia)

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