Kuuwa Becomes Supply Nation Registered

Kuuwa Rentals becomes Supply Nation’s newest member. Kuuwa Rentals launched on March 28, 2019 and received confirmation of Supply Nation registration on March 29, 2019.

The Supply Nation register is the largest register for indigenous businesses and corporations in Australia.

Kuuwa Rentals is a proudly indigenous business that returns profits into research, programs and projects that benefit indigenous people and their communities through charities and foundations that align with Kuuwa Rentals values.

Kuuwa intents to play a crucial part in mining business’s Reconciliation Action Plans to ensure they achieve their framework targets through Reflect, Innovate, Stretch and finally to the Elevate stage. Being a Supply Nation Member gives Kuuwa the credibility and network to successfully achieve that.

This is the first step for Kuuwa becoming more involved in Supply Nation activities.

Quotes attributed to Wes Chapman, Kuuwa General Manager

“It was really important to us to become Supply Nation certified as soon as we could, we are extremely proud of our indigenous connection and what we can deliver back to the community.”

 “Being part of the Supply Nation network gives our clients confidence that they are working with indigenous businesses.”

Mine Services to Breakfast Services

Each morning at 7am, Warren Cross – lead Thalanyji Foundation Breakfast Club Mentor- is ready and waiting for Onslow school kids to come in for breakfast before sending them off to school across the road. Without Warren and the Breakfast Club many of these children would miss out on the most important meal of the day and that extra encouragement to go to school. 

The Breakfast Club, delivered by Thalanyji Foundation, has gone from strength to strength since its inception last year. In February 112 breakfasts were delivered and by March that number nearly doubled to 202.

Aside the obvious benefits of a full stomach at school. Higher concentration and reduced disturbance the Onslow Primary School Deputy Principal, Joel Yates, also noted that attendance was up on this time last year due to the Breakfast Club.

Kuuwa Rentals is dedicated to supporting the next generation and ensuring they are able to take advantage of all opportunities. The Breakfast Club creates motivation and encouragement for school children to not only attend school but to actively participate.

Quotes attributed to Wes Chapman, Kuuwa General Manager

‘By supporting the Breakfast Club program, and in turn improving school attendance rates, we are encouraging the children to take advantage of the education available to them.’

“We know education also keeps culture strong and enables future generations to share stories about their community, culture and kinship.”

To find out more about Indigenous engagement click here.