Who are we
Yeddung Mura is registered as an Aboriginal Corporation with the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC). The corporation is also registered as a charity (public benevolent institution) with the ACNC. Yeddung Mura is also endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).
Yeddung Mura means good pathways in Ngunnawal language. Yeddung Mura was initially started to address a number of gaps identified by Aboriginal elders in the community. It is a grassroots organisation that works directly in the community to meet the needs of Aboriginal people. Yeddung Mura has been delivering Aboriginal services since 2008 and delivering Aboriginal prison services since 2014. Our goal is to build strong families and strong communities.
Our guiding principle is ‘Everyone deserves another chance’. Ultimately, our aim is to bring
about positive change in the lives of our clients by instilling a greater sense of purpose and value in them.
Meet Our Elders
Aunty Theresa Monaghan
We respect and honor all of our elders for the foundation they have laid for this organisation
Aunty Kim Peters
All are respected elders and role models in our community that have worked with Justice, health and housing to promote and be a strong voice for all indigenous community members.
Aunty Coral King
Yeddung Mura was started to resolve number of significant gaps identified by our elders. Our Elders are involved in various community activities including nannies group.
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