Maximising our social value and impact

Indigenous boys and men practising a traditional dance

Sustainable change requires an ongoing commitment to collaboration. Combining our water safety objectives with the pursuit of global goals and contemporary community issues such as reconciliation, climate change and inclusion.

Highlights from 2021-22:

This year Royal Life Saving aligned its activities with:

  • Implementation of our Reflect – Reconciliation Action Plan and pursuit of an overarching commitment to building Aboriginal knowledge and culture into the fabric of all our activities
  • Co-investing and sharing resources with key charities/stakeholders to create scale and additional value from our operations
  • Co-designing our programs with local communities and Aboriginal Controlled Community Organisations in the Kimberley and Pilbara
  • Strengthening our efforts to promote inclusion for all
  • Aligning our activities with key stakeholders and capacity building of Maar Koodjal
our actions towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Talent Pool

Four talent pool participants by the pool

Royal Life Saving’s Talent Pool program is providing real employment opportunities for Aboriginal youth.

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Bidyadanga Holiday Program

A group of Aboriginal children holding up their painted hands

Children in Bidyadanga enjoyed a special holiday program run by pool manager Bernie Egan.

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