NRL trip for flood impacted residents

Over the King's Birthday long weekend, a bus-load of excited families travelled to AAMI Park in Melbourne to watch the Storm take on the Cronulla Sharks.

The trip was initiated by Melbourne Storm and Greater Shepparton City Council, who generously provided 90 complimentary tickets to Greater Shepparton residents impacted by the 2022 floods.

Lighthouse joined the partnership to assist with the event logistics, helping to organise families, transport and meals. Additionally, the Lighthouse team ensured each participant received a Storm beanie or scarf as a memento of the day.

This event was a valuable opportunity to support community members impacted by the floods, ensuring they had the chance to relax and have some fun. Trip highlights included meeting Storm Man and for the Lighthouse team it was awesome seeing the excitement of the children who have never been to a live sporting event!

Thanks also goes to O’Brien Group for their contribution to the day!

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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