Enterprise Learning Projects | Grassroots Social Enterprise
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Supporting the empowerment of Aboriginal people in remote Australia

ELP exists to foster and support grassroots micro business development in remote Aboriginal communities throughout Australia in order to address the extreme economic exclusion experienced by Aboriginal people and to enable non-Indigenous Australians to connect with and share in Australia’s many Aboriginal cultures.

We partner with communities to develop inclusive, creative and sustainable enterprise-based initiatives that support family and community goals. ELP’s grassroots enterprise facilitation approach builds economic agency and fosters local economies, resulting in improved wellbeing and brighter futures for residents of remote Aboriginal communities.

EMPOWERING PEOPLE

Our work with remote communities is informed and driven by individual, family  and community aspirations around economic and social change.

CURRENT PROJECTS

Change is happening in our partner communities across remote Australia. Find out how you can support people to continue their enterprise journey.

SUPPORT NUMBULWAR

SUPPORT NUMBULWAR

Precious Plastics

PRECIOUS PLASTICS

$10,000 goal

Precious Plastic aims to create opportunities for Aboriginal fibre artists to produce marketable, cultural arts products from recycled plastic waste…

SUPPORT KALUMBURU

SUPPORT KALUMBURU

Op Shop

TRAMULLA OP SHOP

$2,000 – $10,000 goal

ELP is currently supporting the Tramulla Strong Women’s Group of Kalumburu to establish an op-shop social enterprise. Profits from the sale of donated clothing…

SUPPORT MINYERRI

SUPPORT MINYERRI

Young Makers Project

YOUNG MAKERS PROJECT

$12,000 – $32,000 goal

Dreams for a workshop enterprise, which encompasses both traditional artefact making and modern building techniques, is one shared across different groups in Minyerri…

FIVE STAGES OF ENTERPRISE FACILITATION

Our approach supports five stages of enterprise facilitation where
community members build the skills, knowledge, networks and confidence to launch and sustain viable businesses

Want to contribute to ELP’s work?

To ensure grassroots enterprise support continues to be available to Aboriginal people living in remote Australia you can make a donation, offer your skills, expertise and networks, or sponsor a community project.

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