NGALLA MAYA DEADLY DRIVER PROGRAM

Ngalla Maya provides cultural support to our Aboriginal youth and helps them obtain their driver’s licenses!

Often Aboriginal youth are living below the poverty line with little or no parental guidance. Many struggle to afford necessities such as food and clothing, so learning to drive with the associated costs are often out of reach. However, for many having a driver’s license provides job prospects, supports their family, and offers a sense of personal achievement.

Ngalla Maya wants to break the cycle of disadvantage in our youth and provide support and guidance to encourage positive self-worth. We want to show our Aboriginal youth that they can do anything and that nothing is out of reach.

Once a driver’s license is achieved and a trusting positive relationship is developed, Ngalla Maya will continue to mentor and encourage positive life choices as our young people navigate their own paths. We want to break the cycle of crime and poverty and instead provide young people with hope.

To register your interest in this program, please email us at enquiries@ngallamaya.org.au with your full name, D.O.B, phone number and the program you are seeking (ie. Deadly Driver). 

This program is proudly supported by Fremantle Foundation through its community grants program and the Paul Ramsay Foundation.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Noogar People and
the Traditional Custodians, the Whadjuk People. We pay respect to Elders
past, present and future for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture
and hopes of indigenous Australia.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may
contain images and voices of deceased people. 

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