Creating Communities utilises a combination of industry best practice and innovative thinking to work with a diverse range of clients from governments and global corporations to schools, Indigenous communities and not-for-profit organisations.
Clients we’ve delivered tangible benefits to include:
I just wanted to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to all of you for a successful revegetation project this year. For us at Mandurah Baptist College (High School Science Department) it represents about a year-long project where we start with the seed planting and end up with the tree planting day. I want to thank each of you for the significant part that you have played in the success of this project. It is a big team effort and could not be done by just one of us working in isolation. For me it has been a successful project with the students in the high school science class gaining much in terms of education and not only in facts but also in skills, values and personal growth. Once again many thanks and I hope we can do it again next year!
Peter Crouch, Mandurah Baptist College
It’s been an absolute pleasure (and always is) dealing with you all. Your passion and professionalism cannot be compared to.
Felicia Brady, Lend Lease
Congratulations and well done to all involved. I’ve only had positive feedback from participants and I have been very impressed with the preparation and delivery.
Gino Valenti, Fremantle Ports
The students have certainly enjoyed being involved in the Golden Bay project. It has been a truly valuable exercise and the partnership that has been forged by Eden and the personnel from Creating Communities, together with Peet Developers and Comet Bay College is to commended. My students have been extremely excited and proud to be involved in such an authentic task.
Jenny Burton, Comet Bay College
We just finished having our PIWAC meeting – I showed the women the report and we were absolutely delighted to see our work enshrined in so much vibrant colour, imagery and laughter. I was very touched to see the final product at the end of a journey that has taken almost three years to finish. All the same, I must say my heart burst with pride to see our work standing strong amongst the gum trees, and campfire in the majestic beauty of our country. I cannot express the depth of our gratitude and I know it hasn’t been easy – no one can really know the true experience until you do it. The board was taken back with the work and the fact that you all pulled it together in such a short time. We cannot express properly the depth of our gratefulness, most noticeably to IBN for giving us the money, and secondly Creating Communities for the standard of your professionalism. As a rule Aboriginal women are never one to brag and PIWAC is not often supported financially, as an organisation with tremendous potential and human wealth, but in this instance I think we have every right to say we deserve to be.
Julie Walker, Manager of Wangka Maya and previously Manager of Pilbara Indigenous Women’s Aboriginal Corporation