The WA Digital Inclusion Project is a joint effort between community organisations, peak bodies, WA State Government, NBN Co, and our major supporter Lotterywest.
The Project Partner Network (PPN) connects representatives from different organisations to achieve project goals, share knowledge, and build a network. The PPN will meet at least three times per year during the project. The Chair can call for additional meetings if needed.
Click on the logos to learn about our project partners.
Lotterywest is uniquely the only Government owned and operated lottery in Australia. Lotterywest have supported the community for almost 90 years through returning all available profits to the Western Australian community through direct grants and statutory allocations. Lotterywest are the major supporter of the WA Digital Inclusion Project.
The National Broadband Network was established in 2009 to upgrade Australia’s high-speed broadband network. NBN is the digital partner of the WA Digital Inclusion Project.
Amana Living is one of the largest providers of aged care services and retirement living for West Australians.
Anglicare WA is a leading not-for-profit organisation who plays an important role in building strong communities and families, influencing policy makers and ensuring that institutions and systems are attuned to the needs of all people in our community. Anglicare WA currently provides 98 services in 83 locations throughout Western Australia
Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation’s mission is to establish and maintain an environment that benefits Aboriginal people through the creation of culturally appropriate employment, enterprise opportunities and the provision of education and training services throughout the Pilbara.
Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) is central to the delivery of Catholic education across the state’s four Catholic dioceses – Broome, Bunbury, Geraldton and Perth – educating 80,000+ young people in 163 schools and colleges across WA.
A Catholic non-for-profit organisation that offers a range of professional social services and counselling in both metropolitan and regional areas.
A not-for-profit community based organisation that represents Western Australian ethnic communities.
The Financial Counsellors Association of WA is a peak body whose primary role is to support financial counsellors and their clients through education, information, resources, and relevant casework support.
Foundation Housing are one of Western Australia’s largest social and affordable housing developers for those in need. They offer a variety of resources in addition to housing to help clients manage and maintain their tenancies. Foundation Housing are playing a key role in the WA Digital Inclusion project by helping to deliver the access and affordability pilot program.
Working to bring together vital services and functions that support individual, family and community wellbeing.
The public sector leader in offering the Premier and Cabinet advice and support from the government as it serves the people of WA.
The WA Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development strives to cultivate and preserve Western Australia’s agriculture, food industry, and aquatic resources while also building vibrant regional communities with flourishing economies.
KJ is a Martu organisation that was established in 2005 to work with Martu to build strong, sustainable communities. KJ is focused on three complementary objectives to support Martu to look after culture and country, build a viable economy in Martu communities; and build pathways for young Martu to a healthy future.
Legal Aid WA is the biggest provider of legal aid services in Western Australia, and the public face of the Legal Aid Commission of Western Australia.
Linkwest is the peak body for Neighbourhood and Community Resource Centres in WA. Ensuring the development of inclusive and connected communities.
Mission Australia are a national organisation that aids underprivileged children and families, empowers troubled youth, offers support to those with mental illnesses and disabilities, helps individuals find safe and affordable housing and more.
Moorditj Koort is a community controlled, not-for-profit organisation that supports the health and wellness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in WA. Moorditj Koort has a range of programs designed to help Indigenous peoples in our community.
Ngala is Western Australia’s oldest not-for-profit community organisation. Ngala supports the growth and wellbeing of children by assisting families, parents and communities.
We are the largest TAFE college in Western Australia, with ten contemporary campuses across Perth’s north metropolitan area.
We offer over 350 courses from Certificate I to Advanced Diplomas, apprenticeships and traineeships, plus short courses and skill sets. Whether you’re just starting out in the workforce, looking to upskill, change careers or returning to work, we have a qualification to take you in the right direction.
Outcare offers assistance, reintegration and justice services to assist individuals to engage positively in society.
Parkerville CYC supports young people, children and their families with therapeutic services, education and employment training, specialist advocacy and out of home care.
A not for profit organisation that provides support for older Australians, those living with disability or mental health issues and young people.
Shelter WA are an independent peak body in WA which advocates for safe, secure, affordable housing and ending homelessness.
The State Library is a highly valued cultural institution for Western Australians. Serving the entire State, we enrich the lives of all Western Australians by treasuring their stories, building, preserving and sharing physical and digital collections for education and recreation, while reflecting the State’s rich heritage, diversity and history.
St Pat’s work to break the cycle of homelessness and disadvantage by providing specialist, evidence based services including housing, health, welfare, emergency relief and social inclusion.
Umbrella are an independent community based organisation that delivers services to over 1000 clients from 67 different countries, including senior Australians from LGBTQI+ backgrounds.
Uniting WA provides community services to address the causes of vulnerability and disadvantage in Western Australia.
The Centre for Social Impact UWA (CSI UWA) creates and delivers education that transforms, research that informs best practice, and public engagement that inspires and mobilises change makers.
The St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia works to combat social injustice by assisting people in need.
Volunteering WA is the peak body for volunteering in Western Australia, working across community, government, corporate and education organisations to build capacity of volunteer involving organisations, and support volunteering.
The Western Australian Council of Social Services (WACOSS) is the peak body for the community services sector in Western Australia. WACOSS is leading the digital inclusion initiative and has responsibility for the project governance.