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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. 

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One of the great human truths is that we gain when we give.

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

Before Children’s Ground we didn’t have any programs and there was nothing for the wurdurd (children)... We like working together with the Balanda (non-Aboriginal) showing the wurdurd the Balanda way and the Bininj (Aboriginal) way.

May Nango and Mark Djandjomerr

Co-directors of Children’s Ground

The act of listening
Children's Ground artists make their mark
Paul Pholeros – a tenacious advocate, a relentless achiever: Housing for Health