Gunida Gunyah Aboriginal Corporation was founded in 1996 by indigenous leaders within the local community. These forward-thinking individuals understood the significance of cultural ties in promoting the overall welfare and vitality of Aboriginal people. With this in mind, they embarked on the establishment of an organization aimed at fortifying the connections between individuals and their ancestral lands, relatives, and communities.
Housing has always been a top concern for our corporation, and we have consistently made it a priority. Over the years, Gunida Gunyah has acquired several properties to ensure that local Aboriginal individuals have access to secure and reasonably priced rental accommodations. Furthermore, our organization now oversees the management of subleased properties, AHO-owned properties, short-term accommodations, transitional housing, and various other housing options. We are committed to providing diverse housing solutions to meet the needs of our community.
The primary responsibility we hold as caretakers of the residences belonging to numerous Aboriginal families goes far beyond mere property management. We recognize the profound significance of our role, which is why we have developed a diverse array of services, programs, and events that are designed to enrich the lives of our community members. By providing these responsive offerings, we aim to contribute towards the overall well-being and prosperity of our people.
IHealth and Wellbeing of Aboriginal people
IQuality, Safe and Affordable housing
IHolistic Client and Tenancy Management Services
IResponsive Community Services
IVulnerable Client Groups
We acknowledge and respect the traditional lands of all aboriginal people. We respect Elders past and present. We ask all those that walk, work and live on traditional Aboriginal lands to be respectful of culture and traditions.
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