The NUDJ Indigenous Leadership campaign is initially supporting the pioneering Kimberley plumbing apprentice Ethan Corpus to build his training as a leader of the NUDJ enterprise. Nathan has finished his apprenticeship and has completed many projects in the Kimberley. Now we need to invest in his management training and through him other emerging Indigenous plumbers in the Kimberley. Donations will enable him to undertake training and education in the KImberley and in Melbourne. Our campaign target is $50,000.
As well as donating by credit card as below, direct donations can be made to NUDJ Plumbing ANZ Bank Broome BSB: 016-554 Acc 253591785. NUDJ Plumbing Pty Ltd is a public benevolent institution so all donations are tax deductible. Please mark your b-pay or cheque: "NUDJ Indigenous Leadership Ethan Corpus" campaign and note the date and time of your donation for tax purposes. A receipt may be obtained by emailing Executive Officer Joe Grande firstname.lastname@example.org noting the date, time and amount of your b-pay donation.
NUDJ supports the professional and personal development of Aboriginal plumbers. Water and sanitation are key health and safety issues for any community. Whether in cities, regional towns, remote areas or even in camping areas, plumbing makes a big contribution towards the quality of life for all people. There is high demand for Aboriginal plumbers across Australia. Having high quality water infrastructure and well maintained water supplies is one of the top issues that Australian communities face. In this way NUDJ is really about creating people for future needs.