Child Australia Annual Reports
Child Australia 2018 – 2019 Annual Report
Our journey over the last 12 months has seen the organisation grow from strength to strength. We have developed a deep understanding of how we must constantly transform in order to meet the realities and needs of our key stakeholders – the children, their families, and the many dedicated practitioners supporting them. Being an agile organisation with empowered people and innovative practices means that we have been able to see and do things differently.
Child Australia 2017 – 2018 Annual Report
Child Australia’s success over the last year has been largely attributed to not only reshaping our internal world, but also in developing, nurturing and working in a genuinely collaborative manner with several strategic partners. Our partnerships enable us to think well beyond our own impact, as collectively we aim to improve developmental outcomes for children.
Child Australia 2016 – 2017 Annual Report
An organisation geared for success and growth needs a foundation of values, expertise and purpose that encompasses both its history and the people who make it what it is: the employees, supporters, funders and most importantly – the stakeholders…the children.
Child Australia 2015 – 2016 Annual Report
The 2015-16 financial year was characterised by the continued growth of Children’s Integrated Management Services (CIMS), a subsidiary of Child Australia that sees operation of our childcare services. We successfully tendered for Larapinta Early Learning Centre located in Alice Springs on the Larapinta Primary School site which further expands our footprint in the NT. We also launched ‘Wraparound’, a new social enterprise business venture that supports the early to middle childhood learning and development sector.
Child Australia continues to support the formation of Collective Impact initiatives in Western Australia and Northern Territory. Collective Impact is an innovative service delivery approach that is a framework for organisations working collaboratively with the intention of solving complex social problems. Child Australia was instrumental in introducing Collective Impact in 2012 and 2013 respectively and is now involved in several initiatives.