Health promotion in remote Indigenous
communities

Where we work

Impact this year

1,709

Youth engaged

71 Role models

1,955

Community members

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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.

  • Australian Government

    At the beginning of 2016, the Australian Government Department of Social Services partnered with Red Dust to provide support for the Strong Young Women's Program.

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  • Nike

    Nike Australia has established a long and significant relationship with Red Dust Role Models.As a founding corporate partner, Nike Australia has seen Red Dust Role Models develop into an effective program that sees the lives of indigenous youth enriched.Nike believes in the power of sport to unleash potential.

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  • Network Ten

    Ten Network Holdings is committed to supporting and giving back to the communities in which we operate and helping our staff find ways to work with a diverse range of foundations and not-for-profit organisations including Red Dust Role Models.

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  • Coles Express

    Coles Express has partnered with Red Dust Role Models since 2014. Working in remote Indigenous communities‚Äč across the Top End for more than 20 years, Red Dust Role Models 'Healthy Living' programs encourage Indigenous youth to learn more about health, and inspire them to live healthier lifestyles.

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  • Danone

    Commencing the partnership with Red Dust in 2016 in support of the Community of Peppimenarti, Danone and Red Dust are very excited by what we can achieve together in the area of health. For over 100 years Danone Nutricia has been at the forefront of research in infant nutrition and our pioneering efforts continue today.

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    In early 2015, Johnson & Johnson signed on to partner with Red Dust to support our Healthy Living initiatives in the Kintore community.Johnson & Johnson supports community - based programs that improve health and well - being.

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  • Telco Together Foundation

    Launched in July 2012, the Telco Together Foundation is a registered charity that brings together the telecommunications industry in support of disadvantaged communities.Members of the Foundation include Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, Vocus Communications, NBN Co, Nokia, Community Telco, Inabox, Smart Business Telco and Globe Telecom.

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  • Kmart

    In 2015 Kmart launched a partnership with Red Dust Role Models as part of our ongoing commitment to support Indigenous communities and increase awareness about Indigenous culture within the business. Red Dust Role Models works in collaboration with remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory to deliver innovative health promotion programs that encourage Indigenous youth to live a healthy lifestyle.

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  • DrinkWise Australia

    DrinkWise Australia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation focused on promoting cultural change to reduce the harm arising from the irresponsible consumption of alcohol.Their vision is to improve the Australian drinking culture so that consuming alcohol too young and to excess is considered undesirable.DrinkWise Australia provides generous support for our Strong Young Women' s and Strong Young Men' s programs.

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  • ACPE

    Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) has extended its cultural experience program in 2016 welcoming a new partnership with Red Dust Role Models. ACPE is committed in continuing to support this life-changing program as a pivotal part of the College's Reconciliation Action Plan.

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  • Holiday Inn

    Since 2015, Holiday Inn has partnered with Red Dust, supporting with travel requirements and needs.

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  • Edgewise

    Edgewise is an Australian owned and operated professional services organization, specializing in the provision of insurance broking services to businesses of all sizes across all industries.With collectively over 100 years of experience in the insurance industry, Edgewise knows what it takes to source the most appropriate protection for both individual and business assets.

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  • McGrathNicol

    McGrathNicol is an independent boutique advisory firm specialising in Corporate Advisory, Forensic, Transaction Services and Corporate Recovery.We are a market leader in Australia and in New Zealand, with more than 30 Partners and 300 people across the region.

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  • Northern Territory Government

    As the presiding Government over most of the remote communities where Red Dust Role Models conducts its programs, the Northern Territory Government is a strong advocate of the Red Dust organisation providing much appreciated funding to support our health and education initiatives.

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  • Mecure

    Mecure Alice Springs Resort is a longtime friend of Red Dust.We are thankful for Mecure providing us with comfortable accommodation, delicious meals and great service before and after each Red Dust program delivery in the central desert.

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  • DoubleTree By Hilton

    As a Red Dust partner, Hilton has been a strong supporter of our programs and is a major accommodation partner, providing rooms and facilities for our staff whilst in Darwin.

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  • Working Dog

    Founded in January 1993, Working Dog is the creative minds behind The Castle, The Dish, Frontline, Thank God You 're Here, The Panel, Russell Coight's All Aussie Adventures, The Hollowmen, Utopia and now HYBPA

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  • Occulture

    Occulture is delighted to join the team of supporters of Red Dust in raising awareness of Aboriginal art and culture through our handcrafted jewellery collections. Each piece celebrates the ancient knowledge and beauty of the dreamtime with royalties benefiting the artist and their community.

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  • Christ Church Grammar School

    Red Dust Role Models has partnered with Christ Church Grammar School for several years to facilitate better understanding of Indigenous culture and heritage for students, staff and the wider school community. Each year they assist the school in taking Year 6 students to the Areyonga community in the Northern Territory for a week in the Term 3 holidays.

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  • The Australian Super Food Company

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