Valuing people, supporting communities

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Neighbourhood houses are a trusted part of Victoria’s social infrastructure and have been for more than three decades. More than just about being ‘engaged’ or ‘connected’ with the  community, they are committed to supporting vibrant communities that value diversity, with people at the heart of everything they do, Bridget Gardner says.

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