The SHIFT Project Byron | SHIFT Kitchen
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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SHIFT Kitchen

Holistic Wellbeing
About This Project

Our cooking course support participants to gain skills, knowledge and confidence to be self-sufficient in the kitchen.

Run by Vicky Kelly, participants have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of nutrition and healthy eating, meal preparation, grocery shopping and food budgeting. Many thanks to Vicky for running these delicious classes!

The SHIFT kitchen can provide future commercial opportunities through catering, retail and small business opportunities. It’s a very practical way of providing skills that participants can leave SHIFT with to help them on their new journey.