Official Launch of Standing Strong & Tall Together

In early April we proudly launched Standing Strong & Tall Together. We were honoured to hear from Pat Turner AM, Co-Chair of the Coalition of Peaks and CEO of NACHHO, Aunty Matilda House, Co-founder of Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good (DIYDG), Semara Jose + The Hon Senator Anne Ruston MP.

Social impact thought leadership series

Field Notes: Growing Structured Giving

We explore Philanthropy Australia’s new report, and through a moderated panel conversation led by KWM Partner and Workplace Giving Australia Board Member, Berkeley Cox, our panellists discuss opportunities to support and accelerate the practical ideas that the report provides.

Social impact thought leadership series

Field Notes: Healing Country! NAIDOC Week 2021

KWM's Murray Prior joins fellow panellists Joshua Gilbert, Mindy Woods and Craig North in conversation with Nattlie Smith to discuss expanding the understanding and appreciation of Indigenous agriculture beyond traditional farming, expanding to Western Indigenous agricultural systems.

Social impact thought leadership series

Field Notes: A step towards First Nations justice in child protection

In this edition of Field Notes, KWM Community Impact's webinar series, We will be discussing Marram-Ngala Ganbu, a Koori-led and designed program that aims to improve outcomes for Aboriginal children and families involved in child protection proceedings in northern Melbourne.

Social impact thought leadership series

Field Notes: The Charities Sector - Critical to Australia's economic recovery

Charities play a critical role in supporting and strengthening people and communities in Australia, but they also have a crucial role to play in Australia’s economy and its recovery from the impact of COVID-19.


Artists in Residence Project

KWM’s Artists in Residence Project was proudly launched in our Perth centre during National Reconciliation Week in 2018. This exciting initiative is a collaboration between Waringarri Arts Centre in Kununurra, in far northern Western Australia, and KWM. 

Series: Hello, My Name Is.

Donnella Mills

In our latest video in our ‘Hello, My Name Is...’ series, we hear from KWM’s Donnella Mills as she reflects on and generously shares her Torres Strait heritage and culture.