Jarjum College is proud to work in partnership with the following local organisations in the Aboriginal community and grateful for the support they have offered us.
- The Aboriginal Medical Centre, which performs regular free medical, dental and optical checks for Jarjum College pupils
- The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, who provide after-school care, swimming lessons and the use of their facilities
- The Aboriginal Dance Theatre Redfern (ADTR), who provide dance classes for Jarjum students every Monday
- Yaama Dhiyaan, who provide hospitality employment training for local indigenous young people
- Alexandria Park Community Centre, who provide free activities and programs to Jarjum children
- Australian Museum
- Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney and Centennial Parklands
- Story Factory – work with young people most at risk of low literacy and who’s priority is young people from Indigenous , culturally and linguistically diverse and lower socio-economic backgrounds
- Sydney Theatre Company
- Northcott – Northcott is a not-for-profit disability service provider that works with customers to realise their potential.
- Centre 360 – Youth & Family Service – specialises in counselling, case work and, early intervention for disadvantaged young people and their families.
- Fair Game – work with communities, building their capacity to promote healthy lifestyle choices which reduces the risk of lifestyle related diseases.
- PCYC South Sydney – offer a variety of activities for both young people & adults
- Kinchella Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation – provides services to Aboriginal and non-indigenous with Australian with a disability, their families and carers.