The SHIFT Project Byron | The SHIFT Project Byron
SHIFT delivers the tools to break the cycle of homelessness, with education, training and community connection being the key to independence.
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The S.H.I.F.T. Project Byron

The SHIFT Project Byron supports women through the challenges from homelessness to independence.

SHIFT addresses the gap following a crisis and empowers women to reconnect with their life.

Our focus is on recognising their vulnerability and the importance of addressing wellbeing from a holistic perspective.

We strive to create a long-term sustainable SHIFT towards stability and re-connection with the community.

The SHIFT Project, Byron recently featured in Byron Life. Read what Founder Anne Goslett and others had to say. Read the Byron Life article about The Shift Project

Irish Music Session fundraiser

With a great line up of extraordinary Irish musicians including Mark Butler, Willie McElroy and Mary McEvilly Butler come and join us
for good company and a great cause. Sunday November 25 at Byron Bay Golf Club. Learn more and buy tickets here

Membership renewal

The annual SHIFT membership was due in July.  If you haven’t yet renewed your membership or want to become a member then please Click here

The Aim

Our aim is that by 2020, SHIFT will have built a self-sustaining, integrative community of women within the Byron Shire. Learn more

The Program

Our program is highly effective in supporting residents to re-establish life skills, confidence and independence by providing environments that foster social interaction and relationships. Learn more

Get Involved

As an independent charitable organisation, we depend entirely on the support of the wider community to enable The SHIFT Project, Byron to continue to operate. Learn more

The SHIFT Project Byron, Inc. acknowledge the Arakwal People, of the Bundjalung nation, Traditional Custodians of these lands on which we work and we pay tribute and respect to the Elders both past and present.
Thank You to Arakwal representative Delta Kay who gave permission for SHIFT to work on country.
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