The Moondani Toombadool Centre engages with a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community organisations.
- Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation ALPA is the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia and operates in 27 remote locations across the Northern Territory and Queensland. We are working with ALPA on developing higher education hubs in several Northern Territory communities.
- Girls Academy Girls Academy is the leading provider of school-based engagement programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls in Australia. We are a major partner with the Girls Academy in promoting higher education pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls.
- Koorie Heritage Trust Koorie Heritage Trust promotes, supports and celebrates the continuing journey of the Aboriginal people of South Eastern Australia. We are working with the Koorie Heritage Trust in delivering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander face-to-face cultural competency training to Swinburne staff.
- Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place MMIGP is a community controlled Aboriginal organisation based in the Eastern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne. MMIGP is an Aboriginal neighbourhood house. We are working with MMIGP on a range of engagement and students services matters.
- Oonah Belonging Place Oonah Belonging Place is a welcoming and culturally affirming place in Healesville that provides a central point of contact for Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members, for information, services and programs. We are working with Oonah on several engagement and students services matters.
- Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) is a state wide Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation servicing children, young people, families, and community members. We are partnering with VACCA as part of the award-winning Aboriginal Workforce Development Initiative (AWDI) accredited training project.
- Worawa Aboriginal College Worawa Aboriginal College provides a holistic education and boarding experience for young Aboriginal women in the middle years of schooling (Years 7-12) who come from Aboriginal communities in urban, regional and remote Australia. We are currently exploring several education projects.