Gumala Investments is the Trustee of the General Gumala Foundation.
Here, you will find documents and publications from the Gumala Aboriginal Corporation.
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation is Australia’s second largest Indigenous organisation, serving the Banyjima, Innawonga and Nyiyaparli people of the Pilbara region in Western Australia. Gumala’s unique and transformational approach to poverty alleviation in a socially complex environment is enabling economic, social and community developmental solutions for Traditional Owners.
Gumala Aboriginal Corporation's Member Solutions Team handle all requests and enquiries received from our 1200+ Members. This specialised unit was established in 2008 to administer the range of services that Gumala delivers to our Members and their families. The team administers the groundbreaking community projects and initiatives that improve the health and living standards of Gumala Members, such as the Rangelands Project and the hugely successful Home Renovations and Maintenance Project. Our dedicated Member Services Division advises Members on a wide range of matters relating to the services and infrastructure Gumala provides in the remote Indigenous communities of the Pilbara region. Our portfolio of Member Services is designed to further our goal of bettering the health, well-being, education, social and economic outcomes for our members and their children..
- Gumala releases financial audit report
- AGM 2015
- Initial findings of financial investigation cntd
- Swinburne Indigenous Futures ‘Try out online’ Scholarship
- Initial Findings of Financial Investigation_18/09/2015
- Get the Facts_12/09/2015
- Joint Application for Beneficiary Status & Membership
- The GAC Rule Book
- Members’ Update_01/09/2015
- Joint Statement from GAC & GIPL
- How to Report Maintenance Issues on DoH Houses
- Annual Report