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Supporting IWC

Give Back

IWC is a non-government, Aboriginal community-controlled organisation and Registered Charity. IWC operates thanks to the support and generosity of our communities.
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Ways you can give back to your community

How can I help support?

As a not-for-profit, community-controlled organisation and Registered Charity, IWC operates thanks to the support and generosity of our supporters, funding bodies, and the wider community. If you've been looking for ways to help support your community, check out the below information on how you can get involved in IWC's pursuit to transform the lives of people in our communities.

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Make a donation

You can help support us by making a donation to IWC. Donations over $2 are tax-deductible. To donate, simply click the button below and follow the prompts. For more information on donations, call us on 1300 492 492.

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Leave a bequest in your Will

To support our goal of maximising the services available for First Nations peoples, IWC has partnered with Safewill to offer free Wills for First Nations people who regularly access IWC services.

When using the Safewill service, you have the opportunity to leave a bequest to IWC in your Will. This is not a requirement for using the service and IWC is genuinely grateful for any and all donations, bequests and, support received by our customers and community.

For more information on how you can receive a free Will using the Safewill service, simply give us a call and ask to speak to our Social, Health and Wellbeing team.

Acknowledgment of Stakeholder Funding Departments and Agencies

IWC's programs and services are supported in part by funding from the following departments and agencies.

  • National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA)
  • Department of Health and Aged Care
  • Department of Social Services
  • Queensland Health
  • National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA)
  • Department of Industry, Science & Resources