Get involved

Building stronger relationships between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is everyone’s responsibility.

We need more people talking about the issues and coming up with innovative ways to create positive change.

We cannot do it alone and there are many ways for you to get involved in the reconciliation journey. From hosting or attending a National Reconciliation Week event; to having a conversation about our work; to donating your time, skills or resources; every action helps us to take another step toward reconciled Australia.

Sign the pledge to Close the Gap

The Close the Gap Coalition together with nearly 200,000 Australians is calling on governments to take real, measurable action to achieve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health equality by 2030. Show your support by signing the pledge to Close the Gap below.

With your support, we are asking for:

  • the implementation and monitoring of a comprehensive National Action Plan (developed in partnership with Indigenous communities and health organisations)
  • meaningful partnerships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and health services
  • improvements to Indigenous participation, control and delivery of health services
  • a commitment to provide adequate and long-term financial resources including strengthening of the Indigenous health workforce
  • a way to address critical social issues that impact Indigenous health (including poor housing, nutrition, employment and education).

National Reconciliation Week

27 May – 3 June

The dates commemorate two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey— the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision. The week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements and to explore how each of us can join the national reconciliation effort.

Anyone can get involved in NRW. Events are held right around the country—in schools, offices, parks and community centres. Holding your own event is easy. Check out our action list for ideas of things to do or visit the ‘what’s on’ section.


NRW website

Australian Reconciliation Network

Reconciliation Australia works closely with a number of state reconciliation councils and organisations, all of which are separate, independent bodies.

Currently, state based organisations exist in:

There are currently no reconciliation councils in the Northern Territory, ACT or Tasmania. In NT please visit

Reconciliation Australia also works with a number of different organisations throughout Australia – Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR groups); local reconciliation groups; state Indigenous affairs departments; and youth reconciliation groups, to name a few.

Donate now

As an independent not-for-profit organisation, we rely on donations to help us in our many endeavours to create change. Any donation you are able to make is tax-deductable and will be used to fund the programs and projects that are helping to make reconciliation a reality.

Realities like those we’re making through the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program – including filling over 25,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander jobs and generating $81 million worth of business for Indigenous businesses.

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Corporate partnerships

Strong partnerships are a key part of our work and a national focus for reconciliation. Partnerships with organisations and individuals across Australia provide us with pro bono services, seconded staff, funding for new projects, goods and resources. If you’d like to partner with us or share your skills we’d love to hear from you.   Contact us