The First KBHAC Activities Were Held With Healing Workshops In Wreck Bay And Picton, NSW.
Journey Home To Kinchela
Kinchela Boys Home State Dinner, NSW Parliament House March 6, 2003
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation Partners With Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit, The School Of Public And Community Medicine, University Of New South Wales.
Kinchela Boys' Home Aboriginal Corporation Strategic Plan: Bringing Them Home, Finished January 2008. This Document Is A Comprehensive Statement Of 'Where This Group Has Come From, Where They Are Now And Where They Want To Head'.
Historic Motion Passed By The City Of Sydney In Support Of The KBHB Men And KBHAC. Strategic Plan Launch, 27 October, Redfern Community Centre.
Hope Street Urban Compassion Agreed To Act As Auspice Body For KBHAC With The Aim Of Supporting KBHAC’s Development As An Autonomous And Sustainable Organisation.
KBHAC Successfully Applied For Funding From The Healing Foundation.
KBH Gate Handover Ceremony In Kempsey.
90th Anniversary Commemoration Of The Opening Of KBH Is Held On Site, Honouring The Memory Of All The Aboriginal Children Who Were Taken From Their Families And Kept At This Place.
With Funding From The Heritage Council Of NSW, KBHAC Undertakes A Conservation Management Plan Of The Former Kinchela Boys Home Site.
In July, The NSW State Library Announced It Would Be Working With KBHAC On One Of Its Three Indigenous Focused Commissioning Projects In 2016/2017.
The Missing Second Gate With The Word 'Kinchela' Was Found By KBH Survivor Uncle Richard Campbell, No. 28.
To Mark The 20th Anniversary Of The Bringing Them Home Report, A Candle Light Vigil Is Held At Central Station, Platform 1.
The Mobile Education Centre was built in an effort to promote learning surrounding the Stolen Generation and Kichela Boys Home.