Health Promotion
In Remote Indigenous
Communities

Red Dust's mission is working together to enrich lives, improve health and strengthen the future of Indigenous youth and families. We achieve this by delivering innovative health promotion programs and community development projects in partnership with remote communities.

We encourage Indigenous youth to learn more about health and make healthy lifestyle choices through the mentoring and influence of positive role models in sport, art, music and dance.

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Where We Work

Map of where Red Dust programs take place in the Northern Territory

Impact This Year

1,709
Red Dust Role Models illustration
1,955

YOUTH ENGAGED

71 ROLE MODELS

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

How You Can Help

There are many ways you can contribute

Our Partners

Red Dust Role Models would not exist without the invaluable support of our partners.
Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson

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McGrathNicol

McGrathNicol

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Small Change Big Change

Small Change Big Change

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Agnico Eagle Australia

Agnico Eagle Australia

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Newline Group

Newline Group

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Medibank

Medibank

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AFL Players Association

AFL Players Association

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Agonis Group

Agonis Group

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Working Dog

Working Dog

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Christ Church Grammar School

Christ Church Grammar School

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A&A Property Developers

A&A Property Developers

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Asurion

Asurion

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Edwards Lifesciences

Edwards Lifesciences

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Olympus

Olympus

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Edgewise

Edgewise

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King & Wood Mallesons

King & Wood Mallesons

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Hall & Wilcox

Hall & Wilcox

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Lululemon

Lululemon

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Natural Selection Group

Natural Selection Group

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Big Little Brush

Big Little Brush

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Besen Family Foundation

Besen Family Foundation

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McGregor Tan

McGregor Tan

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Booktopia

Booktopia

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Future2 Foundation

Future2 Foundation

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Kit Bag for Kids

Kit Bag for Kids

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MALO republic

MALO republic

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Occulture

Occulture

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