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Leading not-for-profits join Committee

Community not-for-profit organisations Wallara and Lord Somers Camp have joined the Committee for Mornington Peninsula to help better advocate for our region.

Wallara is committed to social change which is driving its vision for Sages Cottage Farm in Baxter, where it has recently opened its café and a gift shop all week. Wallara seeks to be Australia’s most inclusive farm and wants to showcase inclusive tourism opportunities on the Mornington Peninsula.

Lord Somers Camp is a charity and premier youth leadership organisation which offers camps for disadvantaged children and families in its tranquil surrounds in Somers.

CEO of Committee for Mornington Peninsula, Josh Sinclair, welcomed the two leading not-for-profits joining the Committee and being leaders within our region.

“With a united voice, we can advocate with our leading businesses, community organisations and community leaders directly to government to deliver significant results for our region.”

Sages Cottage will host the next Committee for Mornington Peninsula Members Breakfast on Thursday, 11 May from 7:30am.

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