To make a positive difference in the health, employment and economy of remote Indigenous communities, by providing quality, sustainable retail stores.
A sustainable future for remote communities
The more involvement the community has in their store, the more likely it is going to be able to make a positive impact. We proactively build strong relationships and engaging with the store owners to take accountability for:
- Increasing Indigenous employment and supporting certified training
- Creating healthy store environments
- Driving changes that lead to positive health outcomes
- Quarterly updates on financials, health and employment outcomes
- Disbursement of any profit the store generates
- Good governance
This strategy creates sustainability and engaged communities who are passionate about delivering the best outcomes for their people.
Stories from Outback Stores
Remote retailer Outback Stores continues to improve Indigenous training and employment with Alma Ngalmi recently becoming its first qualified Indigenous retail trainer. Alma turned the challenge of not...
The Papunya Store is giving back to the community just in time for the scorching desert summer. The store directors have decided to purchase and deliver 70 new refrigerators, one for each house in the...
Papunya Community Store directors have enlisted the help of remote retail specialists Outback Stores to help improve food affordability and availability. A basket of 10 everyday staple products...
The tantalising smell of hot roast chickens just out of the oven and freshly baked bread now waft through the Ngukurr General Store in south east Arnhem Land. Inside the store it is like any modern...