Lifehouse Project became an Incorporated Association in 2003. This means the organisation is governed by a Management Committee that is is accountable and responsible for the performance and affairs of the organisation. Currently there are eight people on the Management Committee who provide a wide range of experience, skills and knowledge.
Lifehouse Project is committed to the values of relationships, participation and partnership, community, learning, social and personal development, professionalism, seeking excellence in all we do, and team work. We uphold these values through the programs we deliver, our decision making and the partnerships that we create. The Management Committee has a strong commitment to integrity and transparency which is why we publish reports, evaluations and ongoing updates on our website.
I am passionate about Lifehouse Project because I know that we are making a big difference in the lives of girls and families. I love watching the girls in our programs when they realise that someone cares enough to treat them with respect and dignity. This is a grass roots organisation with a big heart!
Ruth Knight (Board Member since 2003)
Lifehouse is run in such a professional manner that constantly shines through, I believe in their cause and trust the people within the organisation and know that they are truly making a significant difference and impacting young people’s lives in a positive way.
Naomi Schilder (Board Member since 2003)
I support Lifehouse Project because they believe in the inherent value of each and every person and this is a value which is critical to creating purpose in any individual. Lifehouse Project are caring, professional and go above and beyond to instil purpose and value in the girls within their care. I know from experience the girls whom Lifehouse Project have worked with are changed for the better from the inside out.
Karen Reid (Board Member since 2011)