We will strive to relieve the poverty, sickness and suffering of Aboriginal and Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders living in remote communities.
We will achieve this vision by funding projects which provide apprenticeship opportunities for Indigenous people from rural and remote communities. We will also strive to fund projects where Indigenous tradespeople provide plumbing and sanitation services to remote communities.
The Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation (IPSF) has been established to provide relief from poverty, sickness, suffering and misfortune, for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Indigenous communities who are living with dangerously poor sanitation, putting them at risk of disease and sickness.
The primary objective of the Foundation is to raise funds from industry and government to provide direct relief to Indigenous communities.