Voice from the Heart Alliance

Who are we?

Who are we?

Voice from the Heart Alliance is a national Inter-networking coalition of groups and individuals, committed to a successful Yes vote in the Referendum for an enshrined Indigenous Voice to Parliament.

Celebration at Maritime Union Australia March 2021
Photo courtesy Michelle Summers

A number of networks already committed to the Indigenous Voice to Parliament campaign became aware of the need to connect our various groups and individuals to amplify the message of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

By September 2021 the Voice from the Heart Alliance was launched on Zoom with a large group of Indigenous and non Indigenous people from around the country. The Voice from the Heart Alliance is guided by First Nations leadership and participation.

Voice from the Heart Alliance is focused on implementing actions. For more information go to being involved

Monthly zoom with guest speaker Dean Parkin director From the Heart
We meet monthly on zoom

The Voice from the Heart Alliance meets on the last Monday of each month at 6pm on Zoom. We encourage you to join us and be a part of the conversation.

Join Zoom Meeting – Meeting ID: 81496694820 Passcode: 359148

To sign up for our newsletter and general contact, email us at [email protected]

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The story of our logo. The voice from the heart LOGO came together spontaneously, just as the Alliance itself did a couple of years ago; growing organically from the grassroots. The Voice from the Heart Alliance role is very much one of amplification and supporting the Uluru Voice movement. Craig Cromelin, a Wiradjuri land care man, community facilitator, artist and photographer, and one of our Indigenous members, was at Uluru in 2017. He had shared many stories of his experience. Craig provided one of his outstanding photos. Catherine Donelley, had led the design of the radiating heart – an image emerging out of the support work we were all doing through many networks. Reconciliation NSW kindly agreed we could use their T-shirt logo (right). Hamish Bail, another of our members, used his amazing graphic skills to tie together the elements for the logo we now use.