NAIDOC Week 2024

Join us at a VACCA NAIDOC event near you!

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Cultural Hub

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VACCA

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Morning Tea
for Culture


Host a morning tea to help keep Aboriginal children connected to culture

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Strong Aboriginal families and communities means
strong Aboriginal children

The Victorian Aboriginal Child and Community Agency (VACCA) is a statewide Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (ACCO) servicing children, young people, families, and community members in Victoria. 

VACCA is Victoria’s peak voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. As the largest organisation of its kind, VACCA has protected and promoted the rights of Aboriginal children, young people, families and community since 1977. 

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Our Work

4,500+
Children, families and community members supported each year
80+
Programs delivered in support of culturally strong, safe and thriving Aboriginal communities
1,000+
Staff employed across Victoria

Our Principles & Values

Best interests of the child

Aboriginal Cultural Observance

Respect

Self-determination

Healing and Empowerment

Excellence

VACCA Careers

Our people are our greatest asset

We are a team of like minded people working together to help good grow and empower children and families to be strong in their Aboriginal identity, know their culture, community and country and thrive in their daily lives. Do you want to join a supportive team? Would you like to be supported to learn new skills? Do you want a job with variety? We would love to hear from you.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material. To listen to our Acknowledgement of Country, click here.