Morning Tea for Culture

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Host a Morning Tea For Culture! 

By hosting a morning tea your workplace, group, school, or place of worship can learn more about Aboriginal culture, issues and how to help Aboriginal kids in care.

Fill in the form below to register for your Host Pack.

Your host pack contains posters about Treaty, self-determination, how to increase your cultural knowledge and information about our Cultural Programs which need support. We will also help you along the way with planning your morning tea, getting the word out and fundraising.

Everyday VACCA works with vulnerable Aboriginal children and families in Victoria. We are grateful for your participation in hosting a VACCA Morning Tea to help fund our cultural programs to ensure the next generation can be connected, heal and learn from their culture. Last year VACCA supported over 6,000 Aboriginal children, youth and family members across Victoria.

A strong connection to culture, country, community and family is critical for Aboriginal children in care. A strong culture builds a sense of self-esteem, resilience, and improved outcomes in health, education, economic stability and community safety in our Aboriginal communities.

Your support will help fund our Cultural Programs for kids in care; Cultural Camps, Art Mentoring and Koorie Tiddas Youth Choir.

A strong connection to culture, country, community and family is critical for Aboriginal children in care to ensure a sense of wellbeing and identity and access to their rights - to know who they are, who their people are and where their country is.

The funds you raise will make a difference to Aboriginal children in care and in our programs – every dollar counts.

Thank you for your support.

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