Our multi award team of passionate and devoted professionals with years of experience in Age care and Disability sector are committed to help individuals develop in areas that needs desired improvements. Through our programs and in house expertise we connect people to help them accomplish their goals.
The AIFAV and AICS founder awarded with Victoria's Multicultural Awards of Excellence by Governor of Victoria in Disability and Age Care Service.
The AIFAV and AICS founder was the semi finalist in Victorian Regional Community Awards from Prime Channel 7 Awards Australia for Inclusion in Disability and Seniors.
The AIFAV and AICS founder nominated for Victorian Disability Awards by Department of Health and Human Services for Excellence is Disability care services.
The AICS and AIFAV founder wins the access and Inclusion leader of the Year 2019 by Melton City Council for excellence in Inclusion and Diversity in Disability and Age Care Sector.
The AICS and AIFAV founder is the finalist in the intercultural Engagement leader of the Year by Melton City Council for promoting Inclusion, Diversity and Multiculturalism
Founder of AICS and Directors of AICS, under their leadership AIFAV presented with awards of Excellence from Governor of Victoria in Inclusiveness & Diversity Awards for outstanding service performance to the Disability and Age Care Sector
AICS's foundation Team member awarded with 2014 Young Carer Scholarship from Rotary and Carers Victoria. Awarded for outstanding support caring to a person with Disability
AICS's foundation Team member awarded with 2015 Young Carer Scholarship from Rotary and Carers Victoria. Awarded for outstanding support and caring to a person with Disability
AICS's foundation Team member awarded with 2018 Young Carer Scholarship from Rotary and Carers Victoria. Awarded for outstanding support and caring to a person with Disability
AICS and AIFAV founder has been nominated as the Finalist for the Citizen of the Year 2020 for Outstanding Service in the Disability and Age Care services as the President of AIFAV.
Founder of AICS and Directors of AICS, under their leadership AIFAV AIFAV wins the Flavours of India Cooking Competition 2018
Founder of AICS and Directors of AICS, under their leadership AIFAV wins the Community Achievement awards in Inclusion and Diversity for continuous improvement in the Disability and Age care Sector whilst promoting a multiculturalism society.
AICS Founder nominated for IPA member of the Year award for his 25 years service in Accountancy and Finance with Public listed companies, Government Departments and non for profit organisation. He has also provided his voluntary services for more than four years with AIFAV. With AICS he has provided many hours of unpaid service to ensure the legalities and accounting standards are ATO compliance.
My name is Shalini Kumar and I am a candidacy for this year’s Council Election held in October 2020 running for Cambridge Ward, City of Melton. I am a proud founder & Executive Secretary of multi-award winning Australian Integrated Fijian Association of Victoria Incorporated aka AIFAV. I have been living in Melbourne for the past 25 years .
My central objective is to become the voice of new migrants, women, victims of domestic violence sufferers, youths, seniors, local business and other linguistic communities to live sustainably and in unity within the City of Melton. This would be the continuity of the services that I am voluntarily providing through AIFAV as the founder for the last 5 years.
I am the recipient of multiple awards acknowledged for my perseverance towards my community. This includes Winner of Access and Inclusion Leader of the Year 2019 awarded by the City of Melton. Recognition by Chief Justice Marilyn Warren, AC as ‘Outstanding Team Award’ by the Supreme Court of Victoria. I was also nominated in the Intercultural Engagement Leader of the Year 2019 by Melton City.
As a migrant living in Australia for the last 2 ½ decades through personal life experiences, professional career and through volunteering community work, I have developed and grown significantly which has enabled me to understand the gaps in our community and the areas that needs to improve to create a better community.
AICS support worker Krishnil Kumar has been nominated for the Young Citizen of the Year 2021 & Inclusiveness & Diversity leader of the Year 2021 for his outstanding support work in the Disability and Age Care.