YMAC | RAISING | Awareness, Support and Funds for building Strong Families and Strong Communities

[Edited extract from public address]

Yeddung Mura was initially started to address a number of gaps identified by Aboriginal elders in the community. It is a grassroots organisation that works directly in the community to meet the needs of Aboriginal people. 

Yeddung Mura means good Pathways in Ngunnawal language.

Yeddung Mura has been delivering Aboriginal services since 2008 and delivering Aboriginal prison services since 2014. Our goal is to build strong families and strong communities.

Donations build hope, putting someone’s life on a good path with projects including:
  • Crisis Support
  • Drop-in-Center
  • Training
  • Employment
  • Accommodation
  • Chaplaincy
  • Mentoring
Our guiding principle is ‘Everyone deserves another chance’. Ultimately, our aim is to bring about positive change in the lives of our clients by instilling a greater sense of purpose and value in them.

Help Keep Mob Out of the Prison System Appeal

The trauma of being incarcerated is often made worse by the exclusion and lack of opportunity people experience when released. The incarceration of Aboriginal people disconnects families and communities and often it may seem to mob that there is no good pathway. 

Yeddung Mura is an Aboriginal grassroots organisation doing our best to help all our brothers and sisters who have been inside the prison system to find their own good pathway.  We know that anyone with strong community support and connections will not be involved in criminal life. 

Yeddung Mura is registered as an Aboriginal Corporation with the office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC).  The corporation is also registered as a charity (public benevolent institution) with the ACNC. Yeddung Mura is also endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).


Yeddung Mura Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC)
Address: 56 Coyne St, Fadden ACT 2904, Australia
Tel: 1800 86 4663