CMI donates Toyota Hilux to LYP

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20 June, 2018

Here at Lighthouse Youth Projects we can't keep the CMI-les off our faces after collecting a new rig recently from the absolutely awesome folk at CMI Toyota, who have humbled us with the support of what we do here!

Thank you is not a big enough word and stoked is a total understatement!

Our duo of CMI Toyota Hiluxes allow us to tow our fleet of DK Bicycles and POC Helmets to get more young South Australian's stoked on bikes and living life to the fullest!

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LYP launches Video Biopic

Over the last six months, the team at Lighthouse has been working with boutique Adelaide production company, [Run Wild Productions](https://www.runwildproductions.com.au/), on a project we are super excited to finally share with you.

The team at Run Wild have hit the road with the LYP crew to capture what we do, and how our work helps disadvantaged youth build on opportunities for a better future for themselves.

They've joined us at Cycle of Change; at Concrete Sessions; they've interviewed some of the past and present kids we work with; our mentors who ride and engage with these kids, from all walks of life, who are part of our programs. And of course Jamie and Ryan have chatted extensively with the film crew about what lead them to found Lighthouse Youth Projects in the first place and the vision for the future. This video captures the essence of who we are, collectively, at Lighthouse Youth Projects and why we do this work.

Sharing where we've come from and what we hope to achieve has really solidified for us how the nature of what we do can affect positive change in communities around us.

We are so excited to share the results and launched both the video and our new look website for our stakeholders at an event on Sunday November 25 at the rooftop of The Unley to a great response.

Follow the link to the left, or head back to the main page and scroll down to check out the video! Please share our journey on your social channels if you connect with it and want other people to know about what we're doing!

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