Since 2015 we have been providing pro bono pre and post release support to Indigenous Prisoners in a number of privately run and State run correctional facilities.
Robert Henderson continues to spend time with people inside the prisons to this day. In 2016 founders of The Henderson Gallery (Now Birrunga Gallery & Dining) Suzanne Goodchild, Wayne Weaver and Robert Henderson recognised the negative impact of compounding unresolved grief on Indigenous prisoners, their families and communities when they were unable to attend to their Cultural responsibilities around Sorry Business. The negative impacts manifested as escalations in depression, hopelessness, violence, self-harm, violence and loss of hope. The decision was made to form a charity that initially focused primarily on providing funds for transportation to and from funerals but has since evolved to encompass the entire reintegration process, from the time an individual is still inside to post-release with a broad enough charter to include the creation of Transition and Reintegration Centres among other community focused activities.