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2017 Annual General Meeting

2017 Annual General Meeting

On Thursday 30 November 2017, our Annual General Meeting was held at the Hope Street Community Hall in Melton.

The AGM featured Guest Speaker Dr Daniel Ooi, Social Work Program, Victoria University and Hope Street’s young people.

Two new members were nominated to the Board of Directors:

  • Peter Barns-Jenkins
  • Nicholas Tseros

Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating the achievements of young people, our teams, and the wonderful community contributions that help Hope Street support young people and young families experiencing homelessness.

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