We rely on the generosity of our many donors and fundraisers to continue running several prevention and intervention programs, including our school-based programs, Kids on Track and our Mums & Bubs housing program.
Without ongoing funding, these programs would be at risk of closing - and we would not be able to provide essential education and support to the school children and vulnerable mums and their babies who we help every year. Delivering and, where possible, expanding these programs is imperative for us to remain responsive to our communities' changing and, at many times, critical needs.
Windermere is committed to equity & equality for consumers and employees, this by building diverse and inclusive services and work environments, where all peoples from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Culturally & Linguistically Diverse, LGBTIQ+ Communities and those living with disability will know and feel accepted, affirmed, safe and celebrated. Windermere is delivering this through the continued development and implementation of our Welcoming and Inclusion Strategy 2021-2024. All forms of discrimination, including that based on race, culture, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity, will not be tolerated. All employees, consumers and visitors are expected to behave in non-discriminatory ways.
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