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KARI is the Official 2015 Close the Gap Match Day Sponsor for the Rabbitohs!
We are the official 2015 Close the Gap Match Day sponsor for the Rabbitohs! Game Day is 02 August; look out for KARI staff to buy a Raffle Ticket!! ...more
2015 KARI Staff NAIDOC
This year the KARI team celebrated NAIDOC week by attending events all across Sydney and by holding our own staff NAIDOC activity. ...more
2015 KARI Aboriginal Resources Inc. and NSW Police Force Aboriginal girls Debutante Ball
Special thanks to Aunty Mae Robinson for her stirring “Welcome to Country” at the 4th Annual KARI and NSW Police Force Debutante Ball. ...more
Vacation Care June/July School Holiday Program
The June/July Vacation Care program began on Monday the 29th of June with a variety of activities on offer ...more
Vocal Identification Program (VIP)
Over an eight (8) week period VIP prepares Aboriginal students for an onstage performance in front of family, friends and their community. ...more
Cooking at Jamie’s Ministry of Food
Our cooking program has received a fresh, new look with our current program running at Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food, Wetherill Park. ...more
Indig Art
Our latest 8 week Indig Art program with the Fairfield Elders Group was completed on Monday the 29th June 2015. ...more
KARI Learn to Swim Program
KARI’s Free Community Swim Group is a learn to swim program targeted towards Aboriginal children between the ages of 0-16 years. ...more
KARI Community Playgroup
KARI’s Community Multi-Disciplinary playgroup Term 3 will begin on Thursday the 23rd of July at our Liverpool Office. ...more

Carer Recruitment

KARI is looking for Aboriginal carers within the South West Sydney region to work with us in providing quality care for Aboriginal foster children.
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Established in 1999, KARI Aboriginal Resources Incorporated (KARI) is an Aboriginal community service with its Head Office located in Liverpool in Sydney's South West. KARI has since extended its service operation to include Western Sydney and Central Sydney. Over time we have developed an Out-of-Home Care model that delivers full case management of our children and young people in care which allows us to be more effective in assuring Aboriginal culture plays a significant part in the care for a child or young person.