South Alive is governed by a Board of Trustees.
Current members are:
(Back row L-R): Peggy Peek, Marie Crowe, Andrew Ralph, Paul Searancke, Geoff Thompson, Travis Hubber, Margaret Cook (Deputy Chair), Gayle Hammond
(Front row L-R): Beryl Wilcox, Robyn Hickman – (Chair), Trudy Saunders (Treasurer), Jess Chalmers
The South Invercargill Urban Rejuvenation Charitable Trust (South Alive) is led by the South Alive Trust Board and delivers projects that the community have identified as important to them. Volunteers from the community action these projects.
South Alive’s social enterprise (The Pantry) is managed by the Board of Directors of South Alive Limited. This Board of Directors reports to the South Alive Trust Board.
Profits from South Alive’s social enterprise are funneled back into the community-led projects identified in the strategic plan. This strategic plan is updated regularly with outcomes from community consultation.
Our current strategic plan covers 2018-2019. The five goals, and strategies are summarised below. All goals are determined through continual community consultation.
Goal 1 - UPGRADE
Making South Invercargill look better and work better by improving function and beauty
Goal 2 - COMMUNITY
Build community identification, pride, participation & connection
Goal 3 - CAPACITY
Building community capability, resourcefulness and confidence
Goal 4 - GOVERNANCE
South Alive continues to develope goverance capabilities of Board and South Alive as an effective organisation.
Goal 5 - SUSTAINABILITY
South Alive maintains and further develops the community hub and a successful social enterprise business
If you would like to read the full strategic plan, please click here