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In the Media Hub, you can find out everything you need to know about our organisation.
We pride ourselves on delivering high levels of care and support for the people who matter most — our clients and their families. The Annual Report gives a clear picture of what we’ve achieved.
A Financial Statement Report has been produced separately and is available to members and significant funders. This report was presented at the genU Annual General Meeting in November 2020.
If you would like a hard copy of the 2019/20 genU Annual Report or an alternative format version, please email email@example.com.
We welcome your comments and feedback about any of our annual reports, so please email them to us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the 2020 Annual Report (8.7MB)
From humble beginnings, the genU story commenced over 65 years ago. Many chapters have been written, and the next chapter in the genU journey is constantly evolving.
Although the organisation has advanced over this period, one constant has never changed: our dedication to empowering people to reach their full potential!
“Success is a journey, not a destination” and as genU continues to evolve and mature, we must remain agile to adapt to the continually changing and competitive markets in which we operate.
The 2019-2024 Strategic Plan has been informed by key stakeholders and market analysis and will guide the future direction of genU.
Download the Strategic Plan (1.3MB)
At genU, we’re committed to building inclusive communities. For us, that means a strong dedication to joining our national efforts towards reconciliation.
So, as the first step on the journey to reconciliation, we wrote an action plan to signify our public commitment to reconciliation and lay the foundations for initiatives.
Our Reflect RAP begins with deep involvement in building the cultural competency of all members of our organisation. As an organisation, we will put into action our belief that we will achieve more together, by building relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and building organisational awareness of their cultures, histories and achievements.
In successive plans, we will continue to establish a RAP governance framework and identify opportunities to improve respect and life outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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As the leading character in a short film, Jeremy creates substantial awareness of living with a disability in a meaningful and funny way. He helps to lift the lid on stereotypes about living with a disability.
Directed by Ryan Chamley, the film is a joint project between genU and Geelong’s Robot Army Productions.