ICEA works in a collaborative effort with a number of community partners to deliver its programs:

Partners

Garnduwa has been a principle community partner since ICEA’s establishment in 2007. CEO Michael Albert was an inaugural ICEA Board Member and continues to have a strong influence on the organisation. 

Garnduwa has been a principle community partner since ICEA’s establishment in 2007. CEO Michael Albert was an inaugural ICEA Board Member and continues to have a strong influence on the organisation. 

Reconciliation WA is a core partner with ICEA through its ongoing advocacy of Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) in the workplace, as well as significant reconciliation events, such as Sorry Day, Reconciliation Week, NAIDOC week and Run 4 Reconciliation.

Reconciliation WA is a core partner with ICEA through its ongoing advocacy of Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) in the workplace, as well as significant reconciliation events, such as Sorry Day, Reconciliation Week, NAIDOC week and Run 4 Reconciliation.

OK Media Group are ICEA’s principal media partner and provided extensive media consultation in-house throughout ICEA's inception and development. OK – Media Group produced the ‘I trust you, do you trust me’ viral video that ICEA was a part of.

OK Media Group are ICEA’s principal media partner and provided extensive media consultation in-house throughout ICEA's inception and development. OK – Media Group produced the ‘I trust you, do you trust me’ viral video that ICEA was a part of.

North Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club has been one of ICEA’s key partners since 2009. It supported the ICEA Marja Series by providing a venue and through offering services such as water safety managers at the ICEA Classic. The North Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club has also provided surf life-saving volunteers at all ICEA water-based events.

North Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club has been one of ICEA’s key partners since 2009. It supported the ICEA Marja Series by providing a venue and through offering services such as water safety managers at the ICEA Classic. The North Cottesloe Surf Lifesaving Club has also provided surf life-saving volunteers at all ICEA water-based events.

Lotterywest grants have enabled ICEA to establish multiple projects including the expansion of our Remote Communities Program, as well as our office refurbishment and purchase of vehicles and IT equipment. Lotterywest has also supported the ICEA Classic for multiple consecutive years. The infrastructure investment provided by Lotterywest has had a major influence on the way ICEA has been able to engage young people in their programs.

Lotterywest grants have enabled ICEA to establish multiple projects including the expansion of our Remote Communities Program, as well as our office refurbishment and purchase of vehicles and IT equipment. Lotterywest has also supported the ICEA Classic for multiple consecutive years. The infrastructure investment provided by Lotterywest has had a major influence on the way ICEA has been able to engage young people in their programs.

The Remote Community program is delivered in partnership with the Kimberley Land Council (KLC). The KLC provide cultural and strategic guidance and constant on the ground support. The KLC are also the managing body for the three Ranger groups listed below that ICEA works closely with in each community.

The Remote Community program is delivered in partnership with the Kimberley Land Council (KLC). The KLC provide cultural and strategic guidance and constant on the ground support. The KLC are also the managing body for the three Ranger groups listed below that ICEA works closely with in each community.

Reconciliation Australia is the national not-for-profit organisation promoting reconciliation between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. As a youth-run organisation ICEA helps to inspire the grassroots change so critical to reconciliation.

Reconciliation Australia is the national not-for-profit organisation promoting reconciliation between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. As a youth-run organisation ICEA helps to inspire the grassroots change so critical to reconciliation.

The Ranger group that ICEA works closely with in Beagle Bay community.

The Ranger group that ICEA works closely with in Beagle Bay community.

One of the Ranger groups that ICEA works closely with in Djarindjin, Lombadina and One Arm Point communities.

One of the Ranger groups that ICEA works closely with in Djarindjin, Lombadina and One Arm Point communities.

The other Ranger group that ICEA works closely with in Djarindjin, Lombadina and One Arm Point communities.

The other Ranger group that ICEA works closely with in Djarindjin, Lombadina and One Arm Point communities.


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