The SHIFT Project Byron | Sue James
Founded in Byron Bay, The SHIFT Project Byron is a short-term, live-in, educational transition program for women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
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Author: Sue James

As 2017 draws to a close, I wanted to take this time to say thank you. This Project is successful due to the people involved, who generously give their time, passion and funds to ensure the great work continues. As we build this community of empowerment, we all...

When establishing The SHIFT Project, one of our intentions was to encourage the women to build a network for their future. Now, two years in, we can see this emerging. Those women who have completed the program and now live independently in the community often...

The Project has continued to grow and develop a stable presence in our local community. We were recently profiled by a national magazine where one of our participants had the opportunity to tell her story and how working with SHIFT has supported her in her...

The SHIFT Project goes from strength to strength. In November the Billinudgel Hotel held a fundraising event for us, participants are learning about maintaining a commercial garden plus a new website will be launching in March 2017. Read the Summer 2016 newslettter...