Today is National Close the Gap Day - 17th MARCH 2022
(The third Thursday of March every year)

​The aim of this day is to raise awareness about a very important issue. It aims to bring people together to share information & to take meaningful action in support of achieving HEALTH EQUALITY for First Nations People in Australia.

​How you can get involved:


  • ​ Donate to ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation), a national advocacy organisation dedicated specifically to the rights - and overcoming the disadvantage - of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

  • Sign the Close the Gap pledge & ask your friends, family and colleagues to do the same

  • Attend a local activity or event

  • Attend a screening of Take Heart: The Quest to Rid Australasia from Rheumatic Heart Disease (2016)

  • Share your photos and stories, or listen to and share stories of First Nations people on social media #ClosetheGap #ClosetheGapDay

  • Write to your local Member of Parliament or your State Minister for Health and encourage them to take action on Closing the Gap


​As a company, we:


  • ​Donated to ANTaR to support their efforts to Close the Gap

  • Demanded health equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians by officially pledging to Close the Gap & we encourage all of our friends, family, suppliers & customers to do the same

  • Emailed our local MP, The Hon. Richard Wynne, asking him to do more to Close the Gap

  • Invite all of our customers and local community members to come into our store at any time to meet us, talk to us and share your Closing the Gap stories & efforts

  • Would love to hear from you if you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and part of the moto community, we would love to hear your story.
    Please email:

  • Would love to hear from any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders who would like to work with us.
    Please email: 

​For more information, we really encourage you to find out more and is a great start.
Thank you.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the unceded lands where we work and live, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation.
We celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal peoples and their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters of Australia.

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