The SHIFT Project Byron | Prue Mitchell / Committee Member
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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Prue Mitchell / Committee Member

Prue Mitchell - SHIFT Board Member

Originally from Melbourne, Prue, like thousands of other southerners succumbed to the charm of Byron Bay and relocated with partner Mick in 2002. As a graphic designer, she was trained by the best and set up her own home based design studio (pm3 art & design) in Suffolk, where she focuses on what she enjoys the most; visual branding. It was this skill combined with her awe of the inspirational founders and what they have created, that found her connecting with the SHIFT project.

“Helping SHIFT with its branding and advertising needs and using her skills for such an awe-inspiring charity, feeds my soul.”