August eNews

Pop up libraries and projects and events, oh my!


We have another jam-packed eNews for you this month, as project action groups gear up to deliver their proposals on how they plan to deliver real change for Logan families.

Earlier this month, the Cross Sector Leadership Table heard the Maternity project group’s proposal for 6 community maternity centres, offering increased choice and continuity of care in trusted, community based settings across the city. The leadership group are currently considering the proposal and we anticipate their endorsement when they next come together on 9 September.

This is an enormously exciting milestone for Logan Together, demonstrating the power of collective impact to bring stakeholders with traditionally differing perspectives on a topic together around a shared agenda. Congratulations to all involved.

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