Mitchell Eades first walked through the doors of the Wirrpanda Foundation in 2014 to enrol in the Solid Futures employment program and obtained a role in the mining industry.
The Wirrpanda Foundation’s Deadly Sista Girlz program aims to engage, educate and empower at-risk or disadvantaged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander females to make better choices for their health and future.
Deadly Sista Girlz participant from Southern River College Jessica Rodney (16) was recently selected by the Department of Regional Development to undertake an 18 month School-based Traineeship in government.
The Wirrpanda Foundation team recently visited the town of Wiluna for the Wirra Schools Project as a part of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet's Remote Schools Attendance Strategy. The Project aims to promote school attendance and healthy life choices in remote WA communities.
The Wirrpanda Foundation and Central Institute of Technology's GATE students recently attended their graduation ceremony at the Wirrpanda Foundation Kwinana Community Hub.
The sound of shuffling paper and typing in the workroom is lost behind animated conversations, laughter and the sound of children playing.