Seeing the people we work with (homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged) making positive changes in their lives. Our mission is to “help people help themselves”.
[LW: PULL QUOTE GOES HERE:] Being part of the staffing group that provides these work opportunities to those in our community unable to access mainstream employment is incredibly rewarding.
What do you love about Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula?
I grew up in Frankston South, and after moving around metropolitan Melbourne in my 20s I was very happy to move back to Mornington and now Mount Martha with my husband and daughter. I love living in a holiday destination – everything is at your doorstep and there is always something to do. It is a relaxing place to live.
What’s your favourite quote?
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead
Sally Hines will be speaking at the 2018 International Women’s Day Breakfast, presented by Frankston North Rotary with the Rotary clubs of Frankston, Peninsula 2.0 and Mount Eliza, on Wednesday, March 7 (tickets from eventbrite.com.au/e/international-womens-day-breakfast-event-2018-tickets-38694946627). You can buy The Big Issue from a vendor in the city or subscribe at thebigissue.org.au