Entries by Leigh Sinclair

Imagined Futures sets its priorities for 2024

The Imagined Futures Leadership Group recently came together to plan its work for the coming year.  The group not only agreed key focus areas, but also identified how the partnership can foster catalysts that will increase our collective impact across all the priority areas. To read the Plan click here  

Uniting to tackle homelessness: Launch of the South Metropolitan Regional Homelessness and Housing Plan

Leaders from across the Southern Metropolitan corridor – spanning Fremantle down to Waroona – came together last Tuesday to launch a joint Homelessness and Housing Plan for the region.  Local partnership Imagined Futures[1] spearheaded the development of the plan. As in other parts of the State and indeed the rest of Australia, the South Metropolitan […]

South Metropolitan Regional Homeless and Housing Plan

Imagined Future is proud to present the South Metropolitan Regional Homelessness and Housing Plan, which guides a whole-of-community approach toward improving outcomes for people experiencing, or at-risk of experiencing homelessness in the south Metropolitan Region. As in other parts of the State and indeed Australia, the South Metropolitan Region of WA is experiencing record low […]

Building the capacity of front line workers to support people at risk of experiencing Family and Domestic Violence

The Imagined Futures Community of Practice held its third networking/ capacity building event for human service providers in the South West Metro region today.  This time the group chose to focus on offering a workshop on Understanding Family Domestic Violence in line with the 16 Days in WA campaign’s theme – stopping family and domestic […]

Kambarang Connections Day for Aboriginal Children in Care

Last Friday, Imagined Futures partners came together to host our fourth connecting Aboriginal children in care event. The purpose of these events is to deepen connections to sources of enduring natural support – family and culture. To do this, a feature of these events is that they are held regularly so that connections can be […]

Imagined Futures Annual Story 2022

Imagined Futures is delighted to present its Annual Story 2022. The impressive array of achievements delivered over the course of the year is a demonstration of the dedication of the Imagined Futures partners to collaborative working, even against the headwinds of demand in their primary sphere of work. Together, we have achieved so much throughout […]

Investing in the business of relationships

Imagined Futures Executive Officer, Leigh Sinclair, presented to the WACOSS conference on the importance of investing in the business of relationships as a way of tackling some of the toughest social challenges impacting our community. In her presentation Leigh argued that creating conditions that allow relationships to flourish is a purposeful endeavour in and of […]

Davis Park Recipe Book

The Davis Park project is run by Imagined Futures who have been operating in Davis Park since 2014. Imagined Futures work with the community to create a community where residents feel safe and supported; where children and young people are engaged in educational, vocational, and recreational activities. We work together to create a good place […]

Snapshot of Homelessness and Housing in the South Metropolitan region

The Imagined Futures Housing and Homelessness working group was formed to support the State Government’s 10 year Homelessness strategy with place-based interventions.  To be able to deliver on the high-level directions laid out, the working group identified the need for the development of a regional plan for the South Metropolitan region to foster alignment, generate […]

Connecting people to the right help at the right time!

The Where’s the Door? Project was initiated in 2020 in recognition that COVID-19 was impacting increasing numbers of people who were new to hardship and vulnerability and didn’t know about available community supports and services. The Where is the Door? project aims to improve and test new ways of connecting vulnerable people to available supports […]