How To Get Involved

By purchasing our merchandise we can truly change the direction of the future for our children in Out of Home Care. You will be contributing to support the most vulnerable Aboriginal children in Out of Home Care to become free of disadvantage and to break the cycle of intergeneration trauma. At ID. Know Yourself, we stand for family and family means that no one is left behind or forgotten along the way.

Our Funding Partners

Our Young People’s Artwork

Our Young People Artworks

The story behind the artwork ‘Belonging’ means; “We have all come from different experiences and challenges in our lives, but we are all now walking towards the meeting place at ID. Know Yourself, where we establish our belonging, discover our purpose and are empowered with positive choices. We are family, and family means no one is left behind or forgotten, together we will break the cycle of integrational trauma and disadvantage for our people”.

Our Partners


"ID. Know Yourself work recognizes that connection to culture and identity is an important part ..[Read More..]
NSW Children's Guardian - Ms. Janet Schorer

"Having a team who have lived experience and understands the value of real-life skills is crucial. .” [Read More..]
Shane Phillips – CEO of Tribal Warrior

"ID. Know Yourself was started by an inspirational young man who has overcome the challenges of his past.."[Read More..]
Terri Janke – Owner and Solicitor Director of Terri Janke & Co Legal firm

“ID. Know Yourself commitment and passion, forged through personal experiences and wanting to see good..”[Read More..]
Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM – President of the Australian Human Rights Commission

"ID. Know yourself is a great support program developed by people who understands deeply what it is like to..”[Read More..]
Megan Mitchell - Australian National Children’s Commissioner

"There are currently more than 7,000 Aboriginal children and young people removed from the home in NSW..” [Read More..]
Tim Ireland – Chief Executive Officer, AbSec