Greater Shepparton ranks in the bottom 20% of municipalities in Victoria in terms of disadvantage for families according to the 2016 SEIFA index

Lighthouse is committed to changing this outcome so all young people in Greater Shepparton can reach their full potential and thrive

About the Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project

Lighthouse aims to be an enabler, facilitator and advocate leading a movement for change in Greater Shepparton. At the heart, we are a small organisation that is providing the glue for a collective effort to support disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, from conception to career.

A community effort

Successful outcomes are largely reliant on our community – our hundreds of volunteers and partners, our funders and the individuals and organisations who are willing to work in new ways on behalf of our kids who need it most.

Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project Stories of Change offers a glimpse into the diverse elements of our community movement.

Industry Links focuses on Transport

December 8, 2021

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation More than 100 Shepparton Lighthouse Project friends and supporters gathered at a MOVE function room early on Tuesday, December 7, in a sign that […]

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GV Cares, a rapid response initiative

November 1, 2021

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation COVID19 outbreak in Shepparton (beginning 19th August 2021) led to many schools being Tier 1 sites and close to 20,000 Greater Shepparton residents being […]

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Kindness Campaign

March 9, 2021

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation Post COVD19 lockdown Lighthouse partnered with Berry Street School and Greater Shepparton Secondary College to kick start the Kindness Campaign in December 2020. This campaign was created in […]

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 PO Box 924, Shepparton VIC 3632

Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians of the Shepparton region on whose lands we are located, the Yorta Yorta peoples and their Elders past, present and emerging. Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project recognises, respects and supports all community members regardless of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ability, or age.

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