Christian Super has announced the launch of their first ever Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) today, which outlined a commitment and pathway for reconciliation.
It was launched at Christian Super’s head office in Rhodes which stands on part of the traditional lands of the Wangal clan, one of the 29 tribes of the Eora nation.
Christian Super chief executive officer Ross Piper said as a superannuation fund there are many practical ways they can engage in the journey of reconciliation.
“This includes strengthening the cultural awareness and understanding of our own staff, improving access to our services, and financial literacy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members,” Piper said.
“And focusing a number of our impact investments in projects to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.”
The RAP identifies 13 actions which Christian Super will take to address reconciliation and better supporting indigenous communities.