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Proud Program Partner of AFLNT's Indigenous Programs

aflntAFLNT and NAAFLS have entered into a mutually beneficial partnership whereby AFLNT will engage key talented remote indigenous footballers as part of the NT Thunder Talent Program to become Ambassadors against family violence.  A rigorous check and selection process will take place to ensure all players who are ambassadors assist NAAFLS in displaying a positive community image.  These players will also feature in key marketing campaign materials that will be distributed through remote communities across the Top End Communities of the Northern Territory. 

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Foodbank NT

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Foodbank NT is working to end hunger - it’s a hidden problem.  One in 10 Australians experience food insecurity every year, half of which are children.  Foodbank NT is located in Berrimah, tasked with creating a central donation/collection point for “surplus” food in Darwin and for subsequent distribution to community service organisations.  There are now over 110 such organisations registered with Foodbank NT, which distribute the food to individuals and families who are struggling.  Foodbank NT does not generate substantial revenue, relying on contributions of money and in-kind support.  NAAFLS have recently become members of Foodbank NT and this affiliation will allow us to support clients in need of emergency assistance in a broader more substantial manner.  NAAFLS staff are also hoping to start volunteering at the Food For Life Centre in the new year.

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National Association of Community Legal Centres Accredited

NACLC

We're fully accredited by the National Association of Community Legal Centres, confirming that we are independently operating not-for-profit community organisations that provide legal and related services to the public, focusing on the disadvantaged and people with special needs.

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Australian Government Initiative

austgovThe Australian Government has recognised that there is need for legal aid to the remote population. We are grateful for their funding and hope to work closely together in the future.

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knowmore

knowmoreknowmore already has a comprehensive strategy to reach as many people as possible but as an extra push, to reach even more survivors it would be great if your centre could put a link up on your website with the following text (below)

knowmore is an independent, national legal service established to provide free legal advice and assistance, information and referral services to people engaging or considering engaging with the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
If you or someone you know were sexually abused as a child in an institution, knowmore provides legal help to negotiate the Royal Commission.

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