About Us

ID. Know Yourself is an Aboriginal-led not for profit mentoring organization that supports Aboriginal young people in Out of Home Care (foster care) and those who have contact with the Juvenile Justice system. Our organization delivers a culturally-focused, trauma-informed mentoring program for Aboriginal young people within the Out of Home Care system. The age of the young people we support ranges from 5 years old – 19 years old. Our purpose is to establish belonging, discover purpose and empower positive choices, we aim is to break the cycle of intergenerational trauma for our people.

About Us

ID. Know Yourself is an Aboriginal-led not for profit mentoring organization that supports Aboriginal young people in Out of Home Care (foster care) and those who have contact with the Juvenile Justice system. Our organization delivers a culturally-focused, trauma-informed mentoring program for Aboriginal young people within the Out of Home Care system. The age of the young people we support ranges from 5 years old – 19 years old. Our purpose is to establish belonging, discover purpose and empower positive choices, we aim is to break the cycle of intergenerational trauma for our people.

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WHY DONATE OR PURCHASE MERCHANDISE

By purchasing our merchandise we can truly change the direction of the future for our children in Out of Home Care. Everyone needs a role model, someone to fight for them.. The difference between another negative story and success story, can be you. You will be contributing to support the most vulnerable Aboriginal children in Out of Home Care to become free of disadvantage and enhanced with the essential skills, cultural knowledge and strength to become the best versions of themselves and to break the cycle of the intergeneration trauma that exists for our young people in care. At ID. Know Yourself, we stand for family and family means that no one is left behind or forgotten along the way.

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A message from the CEO/Founder of ID. Know Yourself

“As a family at ID. Know Yourself who have a detailed personal experiences of foster care, we are extremely passionate about breaking the cycle of foster care and for Aboriginal young people to become rich and strong in their cultural identity and the best versions of themselves which involves a process of healing and empowerment.”
“Never left behind or forgetten”