Overview

Charity details

ABN
Address
19 Wills St
Largs Bay SA 5016
Australia
Address For Service email
Phone
Charity Size
Small
Who the charity helps
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
General community in Australia
Date established
2015
Last reported
23 August 2019
Next report due
31 January 2020
Financial Year End
30/06

Summary of activities

Saturday October 14th 2017 saw the 3rd Adelaide Around the Campfire at Alberton Oval in Port Adelaide in front of approximately 1500 people. The women's AFL carnival was played between a combination of 6 Indigenous and non-Indigenous teams from across Australia playing in a round robin format playing five 2x10 min games each. After the 12 round games, the top 2 teams played in the final for the Around the Campfire Cup with Adelaide University winning the day. As a celebration to the day we were very lucky to have rising Aboriginal star Scott Darlow play for us straight after the carnival presentations. Marngrook Footy Show host Shelley Ware was our MC for the day. Teams playing will be Adelaide University FC, Central Australian Pinktails, Woodville West Torrens Eagles FC, Australian Defence Force (ADF) Guyala women's from across Australia, SA Aboriginal All Star women and Port Adelaide Women's FC. Our opening ceremony was something spectacular led by Senior Kaurna Custodian Karl Winda Telfer who presents a Greeting to Country, before Yellaka - Old Wisdom, New Ways, comprising of young Aboriginal men and women performing traditional and contemporary dance. Karl and Yellaka involved the 6 teams in the inspiring traditional ceremony to begin the carnival. The aim was to educate and inspire non-Indigenous people playing or spectating, reconnect and show respect to Indigenous people present. As part of the Australian Defence Force Indigenous women’s team there was women from the Tiwi Islands involved as part of an ADF Leadership Program. Karl and Yellaka invited the Tiwi Island women to perform their own cultural women’s dance. The 2017 Adelaide Around the Campfire is proudly supported by City of Port Adelaide Enfield, Iron Pharmacy Group, Port Adelaide Football Club, and Evans and Sons. The day focused on reconciliation, while providing an opportunity to disadvantaged Indigenous youth to be involved in dance, music and sport.

Where the charity operates

States
SA

Financials & Documents

Annual reporting

Title Due Date Date received Download
Financial Report 2021 31 December 2021 Pending
Annual Information Statement 2021 31 December 2021 Not yet submitted
Financial Report 2020 31 December 2020 Not yet submitted
Annual Information Statement 2020 31 December 2020 Not yet submitted
Financial Report 2019 31 January 2020 Overdue
Annual Information Statement 2019 31 January 2020 Overdue
Annual Information Statement 2018 7 April 2019 17 July 2019
Financial Report 2018 No due date Not required - small
Annual Information Statement 2017 31 January 2018 23 August 2019
Financial Report 2017 No due date Not required - small
Financial Report 2016 No due date Not required
Annual Information Statement 2016 No due date Not required
Financial Report 2015 No due date Not required
Annual Information Statement 2015 No due date Not required
Financial Report 2014 No due date Not required
Annual Information Statement 2014 No due date Not required
Financial Report 2013 No due date Not required
Annual Information Statement 2013 No due date Not required

Documents

Title Date Reporting Year Download
Annual Report 23 August 2019 2017 Download
Governing Document 17 February 2016 Download

History

The charity's subtype history

Purpose Start Date End Date
Advancing health 1 July 2015
Advancing education 1 July 2015
Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) 1 July 2015
Advancing social or public welfare 1 July 2015

Registration status history

Effective Date Status
1 July 2015 Registered

Enforcement action history

There have been no enforcements for this charity.