At Mitcham Social, we take great pride in acknowledging the Elders, both past and present, of the Indigenous communities with whom we share our land. This acknowledgment is a heartfelt tribute to their wisdom, leadership, and unwavering dedication in preserving their cultural heritage and traditions.

The Elders of Indigenous communities play a pivotal role in passing down their cultural knowledge, values, and stories to future generations. They are the guardians of their culture and are instrumental in keeping the flame of their traditions alive.

We acknowledge the profound contributions of the Elders, both past and present, in bridging the past and the present, shaping the cultural identity of their wood fired communities, and contributing to the wider society’s cultural richness.

Our acknowledgment of the past and present Elders is not merely a formality but a genuine commitment to respecting and valuing their wisdom. We are dedicated to fostering cultural awareness, preserving their traditions, and ensuring that their knowledge continues to enrich our society.

As we move forward, we aim to amplify the voices and stories of the past and present Elders, recognizing their invaluable contributions to our shared history and the vital role they play in preserving the cultural heritage of Indigenous communities. Acknowledging the past and present Elders is a symbol of our dedication to a shared journey of understanding, respect, and unity.