'Two Women Dreaming' is incorporated. It is a meeting of La Perouse women who carry out healing workshops and art classes as well as discussion groups for community problems. Esme Holmes, Joyce Woodberry, Gloria Martin, Pamela Koenamon and Shirley Murphy are some of the many involved members for community healing.
Since it was established in 2005, La Perouse Youth Haven provides youth activities and programs for 10-24 year olds. With a $572,985 grant from the Telstra Foundation over three years, the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council, in conjunction with the La Perouse Youth Haven increases the range of recreational, educational, sporting and cultural options that young people require to be successful Aboriginal adults in the modern world.
La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land council receive a grant to remove noxious plants from La Perouse. These weeds are a major threat to the local ecological community and the eradication of bitou bush and other noxious weeds is seen as a step to restoring the area along with the removal of dumped cars and other illegally dumped waste. This project will also educate the local community about the traditional uses of local species and endeavour to encourage better environmental practices.