WW Souvenirs Gifts and Homewares was delighted to attend the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program held at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on Wednesday 22nd August.

RAP organisations across Australia are turning good intentions into positive actions, helping to build higher trust, lower prejudice and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures.

The day included Luther Cora Aboriginal performance and storytelling. Luther Cora is a proud Indigenous man from the Yugambeh language group on the Gold Coast. Luther has been storytelling for over 30 years and is passionate about performing and presenting his culture through dance and song. He is a well-known and respected member of the Gold Coast community.

The aim of the RAP is to consistently deliver a trusted and true cultural experience that can capture the essence of who we are as a nation and inspire the next generation to recognise that we are all different and can celebrate our diversity to come to a richer life experience for all. The intention of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) Reconciliation Action Plan is to connect with the individual in the hope that we can deliver awareness and opportunity to the lives of many.

WW Souvenirs Gifts and Homewares looks forward to following its ongoing reconciliation journey.

Image captured:
- Yugambeh Aboriginal Dancers
- Lovely picture with the ladies Donna & Bailee (Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Staff)