Maari Ma is a Paakantyi word meaning 'people working together'. We work with various organisations to improve the health and wellbeing of the community in our region, some of whom are as follows. Click on the organisation title to go to their website.
Department of Health
The Department which seeks to promote, develop, and fund health and aged care services for the Australian public.
Far West Local Health District
The Far West Local Health District purpose is to protect and improve the health and wellbeing of the Far West communities through leadership and partnership.
New South Wales Health
The NSW Department of Health works to provide the people of NSW with the best possible healthcare. The Departement supports the executive and statutory roles of the NSW Minister for Health, the Minister Assisting the Minister for Health (Cancer) and the Minister Assisting the Minister for Health (Mental Health Services).
The CAGES Foundation
The CAGES Foundation was established in 2009 to enable the funding of initiatives which work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families both at home and in preschool environments. The Salteri family has a strong interest in and commitment to improving outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in regional and remote Australia.
Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly
Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA) is the peak representative structure that represents the interest of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in 16 communities across Western NSW.
FNSW Family and Community Services
Their mission is to enable vulnerable people to participate fully in NSW social and economic life and build stronger, more sustainable and inclusive communities. “Our work aims to: enable each child in NSW to have the best possible start to life, help vulnerable young people build their capacity for a good future, improve social and economic outcomes for Aboriginal people, provide support to vulnerable adults and families so that they can participate fully in community life, and build strong and inclusive communities.”