Category: Story of Change

Innovative Ways of Working

– GSLP Story of Change – Innovative Ways of Working Lighthouse was given the mandate to be a bold catalyst for change and disrupt systems and bring innovative ways to look at a complex problem.  We believe the solutions are within our community and  that deeply engaging with our community reveals the answers.  A significant initiative has been the […]

Engaged Funding

– GSLP Story of Change – Engaged Funding Utilising Engage funding from Greater Shepparton City Council –has meant young people at the Haven can get their Responsible Serving of Alcohol (RSA) certificate; their Learners Driver’s Permit and then participate in the L2P program where mentors have supported 120 hours of driving for them to be able to get their full license. This allows the young person to participate in sport and employment. The Apprenticeship Factory’s Giving Back […]

Diverse Collaborations

– GSLP Story of Change – Diverse Collaborations Greater Shepparton has a successful business community, an active middle class, a diverse multicultural community and the largest Indigenous population outside of Melbourne.   Lighthouse leverages the latent social capital of the community to create diverse collaborations and connections. This provides opportunities for our children and young people to thrive.   […]

Under 12 year old nights at The Haven

– GSLP Story of Change – Under 12 year old nights at The Haven After observing the change in dynamics of the cohort of kids attending the Haven, and as the result of requests, the management team decided to offer an exclusive night for 12-15 year olds. The Friday night 12-15 years program includes in-house activities and programs – movies, Mythbusters activities where science is […]


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