First Nations Homelessness Project
The work King Bins does is essential to many families, vulnerable families all over Perth. Aaron
regularly works voluntarily with the First Nations Homelessness Project, supporting large
families with many children. Families who for a myriad of reasons have been unable to maintain
property standards who therefore face eviction and so homelessness.
King Bins’ contribution via delivering and picking up skip bins without charge, has directly led
to the prevention of the eviction onto the streets of 11 children and 5 adults. Their volunteer
work has prevented 16 people becoming homeless.
Aaron Baker of King Bins, is a valued and respected member of the Perth community, and in
particular the Perth volunteer support community. He's a good man very much doing his best, and
not only for himself and his family, but very much for the broader Perth community also.
Ngalla Maya Aboriginal Corporation is an organisation helping men, women and youth reintegrate
into society with training and employment programs post-prison release. Ngalla Maya and King
Bins have a Memorandum of Understanding in place that sees King Bins source employees from our
pool of job ready candidates.
Aaron Baker of King Bins, has made ongoing contributions in attacking core social issues, in
particular issues surrounding Indigenous rights and suicide prevention. Aaron acts as Business
Development Manager for the organisation. He has brokered many partnerships with training
providers and employers for post-training job placement, and has engaged with various stakeholders to help raise
funds for the organisation.