Category: Logan Community Group Alliance

  • Logan Community Group Alliance 2014 wrap up

    Logan Community Group Alliance 2014 wrap up

    There is a change in the making in the Logan region.  With the Logan Together project underway, collaborations are essential and the Logan Community Group Alliance has been keen to be involved in the collective impact approach.

  • Logan Together: A collective impact approach

    Led by Matthew Fox from Red Cross, a collective impact approach to address youth disadvantage in Logan has been forming.  The Logan Community Group Alliance (LGCA) led by Roger Marshall has been active in this process. Shortly, the LGCA will be hiring a project officer to advance their work and advance collaboration between organisations, schools, […]

  • FREE KNIT Program Overview – Logan Area

    A Special Opportunity for Community Organisations to Enhance the Services of their Organisation and the Skills and Capacity of their Staff Logan East Community Neighbourhood Association (LECNA), in collaboration with David Rolls, B.Ed. (Soc. Wk.), has achieved a great deal of success over the past eight years by utilising the KNIT (Knowledge, Networking, Intervention and […]

  • Event: Logan Community Conversations

    The Logan Community Group Alliance has launched a series of Community Conversations about the role of smaller locally-based organisations with a community development focus in the Logan region.

  • Update: Logan Community Group Alliance

    There has been so much going on and lots of exciting developments to share with other local collaborations. Firstly, our main process of focusing on building a strong local collaboration base in Logan, Loganlea and Kingston East has come together in the development of the Logan Community Group Alliance.

  • Sharing the journey – questions to think about

    When collaborations develop, it is hard to think about recording the process.  With a big thanks to Lyndall and the Sunshine Coast Coalition of Community Boards  the following template questions have been developed to help in this process.  

  • Raise Money and Win for your community! Win a Home, Build Community.

    Raise money for your club, organisation or charity On September 3, The Spot Community Services will launch a unique lottery designed to enhance our sustainability and growth as a local community organisation. This Lottery will be driven by social media platforms (ie Facebook, Twitter etc) underpinned by a crowd funding model.