By Natalie Alexander as told by Tracy Sharp and Paul Martin (July 2015) The On Track Co-op has held steadfast to its core values of providing quality services and adopting principles of servant leadership.
By Natalie Alexander, as told by Tracy Sharp and Paul Martin (July 2015) Small community organisations are currently facing increasing pressure to remain viable under the threat of a rapidly changing sector.
“Igniting the Fire of Collaboration Between Small Community Organisations” By Natalie Alexander as told by Tracy Sharp 02/10/14 Equity Works is a small but rapidly growing community service organisation based on the Sunshine Coast. The organisation commenced when parents from a local special school banded together and lobbied the local government for funding for a… Continue reading Stories from the Coast: Igniting the Fire of Collaboration
“Why hadn’t we thought of this before?”- The Gift of Collaboration Springs up in the Heart of a Small Community Town. Written by Natalie Alexander as told by a member of the community 14/11/14 Helen Keller once said: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Her words have rung true… Continue reading Stories from the Coast: Why hadn’t we thought of this before? (Part 1)
With the Hinterland Connections Governance Workshop booked out within days of release, the Sunshine Coast Coalition of Community Boards is pleased to announce their next workshop, Strengthening Coastal Connections. To be held on Thursday April 9 at the Maroochydore Community Centre, this workshop is designed for boards of small and local community organisations. Book fast… Continue reading Sunshine Coast Workshop Series: Creating Coastal Connections
by Kay Mclean It’s been a busy year for the Sunshine Coast group. As we close the year, we are please to have developed a strategy and action plan which will facilitate a number of opportunities for groups to collaborate, share and review how they can strengthen their position.