Prodrive Racing (Australia) will proudly support Lighthouse Foundation at the upcoming Winton SuperSprint V8 Supercars event.
Founded in 1991 by Susan Barton AM, the organisation's vision is to end youth homelessness through therapeutic care and long-term support as each young person takes their rightful place in the community.
Lighthouse Foundation has 10 homes across Melbourne and regional Victoria and have supported more than 750 young people to successfully break the cycle of homelessness over the past 24 years.
As a Melbourne-based team, Prodrive Racing Team Principal Tim Edwards is pleased with the partnership and the opportunity to raise awareness about youth homelessness.
"It's great to be able to support Lighthouse Foundation, particularly as we enter a Victorian-based event,” Edwards said.
"Youth homelessness is a persistent issue in and around Melbourne so to be able to raise awareness for an organisation that is doing amazing things for the state's youth is fantastic."
Lighthouse Foundation CEO, Kane Bowden says of the partnership, “this is a fantastic opportunity to reach a wide audience and we wish Prodrive Racing all the best this weekend!
The Lighthouse Foundation's logo will run on the front guards of the Pepsi Max Crew Fords of Mark Winterbottom and Chaz Mostert across the Winton SuperSprint event.