GaWun Supplies have partnered with local indigenous artists to design uniforms and PPE that initiate conversations to unite Corporations with Country. Some of our partners include:
Gunya Meta Inc
Aunty Faith Green has connections to the Waka Waka and Gubbi Gubbi tribes and is committed to education and reconciliation. She lives and has made Logan home and she has been a part of this community for the past 30yrs. Aunty Faith has worked in Education across a variety of roles for the past 20yrs both private and public. (Murri School & Woodridge High). Since November 2010 Aunty Faith has been rolling out a program called PaCE ( Parent & Community Engagement) through various organisations (Boystown, Liworiji and Mununjali) throughout schools in Logan. Aunty Faith chairs Gunya Meta Inc. which is a nonprofit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Organisation that employs local indigenous staff.
Stevie O’Chin has a lineage to the Kabi Kabi, Waka Waka and Koa tribes. She has been involved in art her whole life, predominantly drawing. Stevie has found large success when she began painting, which was recommended by her father. Stevie’s work is currently featured at Brisbane’s Birrunga Gallery as well as gaining exposure in a number of NAIDOC exhibitions.
Kerry Neill is a descendant of the Kabi Kabi, Waka Waka, South Sea Islander peoples and has strong cultural and family ties with the Sunshine Coast and surrounding areas. He is the Director of Triballink PTY, the home of the Goombuckar Indigenous Cultural Bus and Triballink Activity Centre.