The Buttery’s Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group devised its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) over two years. The RAP was officially launched at The Buttery’s Annual General Meeting with staff, participants, Board members, and RAP committee members in attendance.
We want to thank Delta, a proud Bundjalung woman, for her beautiful and heartfelt Welcome to Country.
Artist Kaiden Powell unveiled an artwork he created for the RAP document. Kaiden, a proud Wiradjuri man, presented the painting to The Buttery’s Chairman, Sandy Lockhart and CEO, Leone Crayden.
The artwork is a truth-telling piece representing a collective of Kaiden’s story as a former resident of The Buttery and every Australian person’s story, past, present and emerging. Thank you also to RAP Chairperson Elke Wooderson, a proud Dunghutti woman, for introducing Kaiden.