Stories of Change

Towards Reconciliation

By Amy De Paola | May 27, 2022

Towards reconciliation. Reconciliation is the responsibility of all Australians and there are many steps we can take to grow our understanding and show support for our First Nations Peoples. We’ve listed a variety of actions for moving towards reconciliation. Support Visit the Know your Country website to sign a petition calling on federal, state and […]

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Industry Links focuses on Transport

By Amy De Paola | Dec 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 networking breakfasts were back on the calendar. After an informative and moving Welcome to Country from Yorta Yorta Elder Uncle Lance James, guests […]

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GV Cares, a rapid response initiative

By Amy De Paola | Nov 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 placed into 14 days of mandatory isolation. The flow-on impact of a third of our population being in quarantine created a shortage and […]

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Kindness Campaign

By Sarah Pain | Mar 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 direct response to mental health concerns following lockdown with the intention to increase instances of gratitude or kindness in the GV.  To start the campaign […]

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Hundreds of Volunteers to Assist our Work

By Sarah Pain | Aug 21, 2020

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation The strength of our community is our social capital and can do approach. Once we connect with the volunteers, they generally remain active for several years.    Goulburn Valley Water started supporting St Georges Road Primary School with a junior reading program. This was extended to include – Grade 6 Leadership, […]

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Sexual & Reproductive Health

By Sarah Pain | Aug 20, 2020

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation Lighthouse engaged a student studying a Master in Public Health to survey young people at the Haven in relation to the sexual and reproductive health services and education opportunities in Shepparton. The project intended to improve access to quality sexual and reproductive health information, education and services […]

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SEAT = Sit, Eat And Talk

By Sarah Pain | Aug 20, 2020

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation The 2018 SEAT (Sit, Eat And Talk) mentoring initiative regularly connected 20 Grade 6 students, at Mooroopna Primary School with 14 volunteers during a lunchtime meal. The participants shared stories and completed activities that prompted them to talk about their job and careers. The project was supported […]

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Primary Industry Links with the CFA

By Sarah Pain | Aug 20, 2020

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation Exposing young people in secondary schools to career options has expanded to include several primary school initiatives. Grade 6 students at Mooroopna Primary School have learnt about the CFA and Emergency Services. The students learnt about the different jobs within the CFA, the important work they do […]

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Lighthouse Lounges

By Sarah Pain | Aug 20, 2020

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation Community engagement is a major part of the work of Lighthouse and we aim to deeply engage with our community to achieve long term and sustainable decision-making, processes, outcomes and relationships.  The framework followed by Lighthouse is based on principles that respect the right of all community […]

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Measuring our Stories of Change outcomes

At the Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project, a core set of 11 principles provide the foundation for our way of working. These principles are a valuable tool for measuring our Stories of Change as each story is assessed and presented with the principles it reflects. This process enables us to gain a greater understanding of our impact.

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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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