Friends of CoAct

CoAct has partnered with over 100 community-based organisations since 1997. CoAct and our friends share the same values and the same goals to help Australia’s most disadvantaged.

Since 1997, CoAct has partnered with over 100 community-based organisations and each one has added to the rich tapestry of expertise and innovation that is the CoAct network.

From time to time, members leave CoAct, moving away from employment services to focus on areas such as training, IT services, apprenticeships, environment and community services.

However, we all continue to share the same values and the same goals; to give disadvantaged Australians the opportunity to lead healthy and satisfying lives and at the same time strengthen the communities in which we operate.

We are proud to maintain contact with these Friends of CoAct and thank them for their continuing support. We welcome any company or organisation that shares our passion to become a Friend of CoAct and stay in contact with what is happening across the network, as well as potentially partner with us when suitable opportunities arise. Get in touch today to become a Friend of CoAct.

ACSO, Richmond VIC, Kogarah NSW

Providing people with a second chance to reintegrate into society, actively reduce crime and make a safer community for all. ACSO assists people to transition from prison, provides support in the community, stops them from re-offending and intervenes to divert others from committing crimes.


Bridging the Gap, Kwinana WA

For almost 30 years Bridging the Gap (BTG) has been firmly embedded in its local communities across the Perth to Peel (WA) region providing a diverse range of Federal and State funded programs to deliver employment, career development and training services.


ET Australia, Gosford NSW

A Training College and Independent Year 7 to 10 Secondary College providing students with the skills to be successful in employment and/or further studies, along with delivering customised training and free recruitment services to business.


Great Lakes Community Resources, Tuncurry NSW

For over 25 years Community Resources has vigorously pursued its human resource and community development aims by drawing on government, industry and the community to provide services, programs and enterprises to enable people, particularly the disadvantaged, to develop social and economic livelihoods for themselves with a particular focus on the inclusion of local Aboriginal people in the workforce.


WorkVentures, Sydney NSW

WorkVentures is a social enterprise that helps people from all walks of life to realise their potential and become confident, kind, skilled and productive citizens of our digital society. Their mission is to improve lives through technology, training and practical career skills.


MTA Apprenticeships Plus, Parramatta, NSW

MTA Apprenticeships Plus is a leading automotive specialist group training company dedicated to developing the future trades people of the automotive industry.


Indigenous Job Connections, Cairns QLD

Indigenous Job Connections (IJC) actively supports individuals and groups from Far North Queensland and Cape York to pursue employment, training and business opportunities, using programs and profits from which long term economic benefit and cultural enrichment will be provided.


Employment Options, Nairne SA

Employment Options is dedicated to providing high quality education, training and employment services in local communities, particularly for disadvantaged people in Eastern and Western Adelaide, and regional areas including the Adelaide Hills and Murraylands.


Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation, Tom Price WA

Established in 2000, the Ashburton Aboriginal Corporation provides direct support and assistance to its members and other Aboriginal people in the Pilbara to enable them to engage and participate in the local economy through employment and the establishment of indigenous owned and operated enterprises

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