Kindred Spirits at Latrobe Regional Health AGM

The social impact organisation took centre stage as guest speakers at Latrobe Regional Health's Annual General Meeting.

Kindred Spirits Enterprises took centre stage as guest speakers at Latrobe Regional Health’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 28 November.

The key message echoed through the presentation was clear: Kindred Spirits Enterprises (KSE) is dedicated to developing meaningful collaborations that possess power to create thriving communities.

As the social impact organisation presented how it achieved its vision to create healthy, happy and thriving communities, attendees were captivated by the commitment to positive change.

“We work with the dreamers in our communities whose ideas have the potential to bring about positive change. We support them to turn their ideas into reality,” KSE Executive Officer Shaun Mallia said during the address.

“We incubate these bold ideas that possess the power to spark positive social change.”

As part of the presentation, Mr Mallia highlighted its current slate of projects, including Regen Gippsland, the Shared Value Initiative and its work to develop a mentoring program for the Kurnai Young Parents Program.

However, a special spotlight was placed on The Little Village Project, with project founder Ben Tunks on hand to address the AGM alongside Mr Mallia.

This was when the real magic unfolded.

In an impactful presentation, Mr Tunks showcased three stories that highlighted the impact of the project on young students at Stockdale Road Primary School. There was not a dry eye in the auditorium as attendees connected with the powerful accounts of transformation and hope.

Adding to the significance of the event, representatives from major organisations, including the Latrobe Health Assembly, Latrobe Valley Authority, and Gippsland Primary Health Network, were in attendance. Their presence highlighted the collective commitment of key stakeholders towards the vision of creating thriving communities in the Latrobe Valley and beyond.

Mr Mallia thanked the LRH Board for providing KSE with the opportunity to showcase its work.

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