The Team at Enhance were fortunate to have been present at the unveiling of the VACCHO Mural in Collingwood.
New clients to Enhance Cleaning, the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) was established in 1996.
VACCHO is the peak Aboriginal health body representing 100% of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) in Victoria.
The role of VACCHO is to build the capacity of its Membership and to advocate for issues on their behalf.
VACCHO celebrates 20 years in Victorian Aboriginal health and since opening their doors in April 1996, they have been striving to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people.
The mural was produced by world famous street artist Adnate with support from three Aboriginal artists, Ray Thomas, Kulan Barney and Ruby Kulla Kulla.
The building provides Aboriginal people with a sense of permanency and identity.
It represents Aboriginal cultures, families, communities, the diversity and is a representation of the unique and comprehensive services delivered by the VACCHO.
There was also a time capsule laid down in the building by Marcus Clarke – VACCHO Chairperson to be opened in 2030, with the hopes from people across Victoria for Aboriginal families in the future inside.
We congratulate them on this milestone and look forward to working with VACCO for many years to come.