Byron Community Centre

Byron Community Centre

http://www.byroncentre.com.au/
The Byron Community Centre is at the heart of Byron Bay… hosting a wide range of community events, promoting the arts and providing essential community services for families and the most vulnerable people in our community.

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In 2017, over 500 vulnerable community member accessed out Homeless Showers. This project provides a safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, service information, and general support from trained volunteers who staff the showers.
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In 2017, over 500 vulnerable community member accessed out Homeless Showers. This project provides a safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, service information, and general support from trained volunteers who staff the showers. 
#ourimpact #update #socialimpact

We love our local creative scene and are happy to announce that in 2017 our beloved @byrontheatre was able to support 20 local performance groups. Hop over to @whatsonbyron for more shows and acts at Byron Theatre.
Did you know that you are supporting a good cause with every ticket you buy? As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and programs to help locals in need.
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We love our local creative scene and are happy to announce that in 2017 our beloved @byrontheatre was able to support 20 local performance groups. Hop over to @whatsonbyron for more shows and acts at Byron Theatre. 
Did you know that you are supporting a good cause with every ticket you buy? As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and programs to help locals in need.  
#social #impact #campaign #ourimpact #byrontheatre

Last year, we welcomed 28 new ushers to the @ByronTheatre team! If you are interested in ushering or volunteering for the Byron Community Centre or the Byron Theatre, get in touch! www.byroncentre.com.au

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Last year, we welcomed 28 new ushers to the @ByronTheatre team! If you are interested in ushering or volunteering for the Byron Community Centre or the Byron Theatre, get in touch! www.byroncentre.com.au

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We distributed over 3500 meals to people in need via our emergency meals service and homeless breakfast.
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We distributed over 3500 meals to people in need via our emergency meals service and homeless breakfast.
#ourimpact #update #socialimpact

Last November, 75 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no 'drop-in' component for the showers project. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last November, 75 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no drop-in component for the showers project.

Last October, we provided 158 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Last October, we provided 158 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

Last year, 4 volunteers joined the volunteer hub team here at the BCC helping out with administrative tasks as well as conducting placement interviews.

If you are interested in volunteering for us or within the Byron Shire, please contact us today!
☎ 02 6685 6807

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Last year, 4 volunteers joined the volunteer hub team here at the BCC helping out with administrative tasks as well as conducting placement interviews. 

If you are interested in volunteering for us or within the Byron Shire, please contact us today! 
☎ 02  6685 6807
 
#ourimpact #update #2017

Last October, 87 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no 'drop-in' component for the showers project. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last October, 87 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no drop-in component for the showers project.

Lots of great bands and musicians entertained us in 2017 @byrontheatre and the best part, as a not for profit social enterprise we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and services that benefit our local community. Check out @whatsonbyron to find more awesome shows in 2018 🎶🎸
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Lots of great bands and musicians entertained us in 2017 @byrontheatre and the best part, as a not for profit social enterprise we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and services that benefit our local community. Check out @whatsonbyron to find more awesome shows in 2018 🎶🎸 
#social #impact #campaign #ourimpact #byrontheatre

Last year, we welcomed 75 new volunteers here at the BCC.

The opportunities for volunteering here at the BCC are versatile and range from administrative tasks to communication work, shifts at our reception and many more. If you are interested in volunteering at the BCC, go to our website www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/ for more information and to register. #ourimpact #update #2017

We don't want to miss this opportunity to send a huge THANK YOU to all our incredible volunteers who support us every day in so many amazing ways!! ❤
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Last year, we welcomed 75 new volunteers here at the BCC. 

The opportunities for volunteering here at the BCC are versatile and range from administrative tasks to communication work, shifts at our reception and many more. If you are interested in volunteering at the BCC, go to our website http://www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/ for more information and to register.  #ourimpact #update #2017 

We dont want to miss this opportunity to send a huge THANK YOU to all our incredible volunteers who support us every day in so many amazing ways!! ❤

Last November, we provided 108 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Last November, we provided 108 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

Last September, 65 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no 'drop-in' component for the showers project. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last September, 65 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabin. The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least 2 trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no drop-in component for the showers project.

In 2017, we provided over 260 local people with material and financial aid to help them meet their basic needs.
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In 2017, we provided over 260 local people with material and financial aid to help them meet their basic needs. 
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Meet our Byron Community Centre volunteers. Today, we asked Grant why he likes volunteering at the Byron Community Centre. We currently have over 480 volunteers in our register. The opportunities to volunteer for us are multifaceted and range from shifts at our reception to admin work for the Byron Markets, promotion for the Byron Theatre or admin support for our Volunteer Hub. Go to our website for more information www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/
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Thank you for being you & all you do Grant Martin 🌟🌟🌟🙏🏼

Maybe some of volunteers there might like doing some charity work over at vinnies they need more people to help

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Last year, our volunteer hub referred 200 volunteers to organisations within the Byron Shire.
We think that volunteering is a great way to utilize existing skills, learn new skills and to meet amazing people! If you are interested in volunteering for us or within the Byron Shire, please contact us today!

☎ 02 6685 6807
💻 www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/

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Last year, our volunteer hub referred 200 volunteers to organisations within the Byron Shire. 
We think that volunteering is a great way to utilize existing skills, learn new skills and to meet amazing people! If you are interested in volunteering for us or within the Byron Shire, please contact us today! 

☎ 02  6685 6807
💻 http://www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/

#ourimpact #update #2017

Last September, we provided 85 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Last September, we provided 85 healthy breakfast to our local homeless people. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday from 7:30am - 9:00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

In 2017 our boutique @byrontheatre screened 60 movies. As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and programs to help locals in need. Hop over to @whatsonbyron for more movie screenings in 2018 🎥
#social #impact #campaign #ourimpact #byrontheatre
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In 2017 our boutique @byrontheatre screened 60 movies. As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects and programs to help locals in need. Hop over to @whatsonbyron for more movie screenings in 2018 🎥 
#social #impact #campaign #ourimpact #byrontheatre

Last year, 49 organisations were registered with our volunteer hub. If you are interested in registering your organisation with us, please go to www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/register-your-organisation-with-the-volunteer-hub/

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Last year, 49 organisations were registered with our volunteer hub. If you are interested in registering your organisation with us, please go to http://www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/register-your-organisation-with-the-volunteer-hub/

#ourimpact #update #2017

Positions Vacant for Trainees in our FREE Coffee Box Hospitality Training Program!

Did you know the Coffee BOX cafe, located just beside the community centre, is a not for profit social enterprise providing workplace training to local people experiencing disadvantage while selling coffee and treats to the public?

You will be supported throughout the program to increase workplace skills, confidence and inclusion within the Byron Community.

To find out more email [email protected]
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Positions Vacant for Trainees in our FREE Coffee Box Hospitality Training Program! 

Did you know the Coffee BOX cafe, located just beside the community centre, is a not for profit social enterprise providing workplace training to local people experiencing disadvantage while selling coffee and treats to the public?

You will be supported throughout the program to increase workplace skills, confidence and inclusion within the Byron Community. 

To find out more email community@byroncentre.com.au

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This is a wonderful program. A great way to learn new skills!

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Every day we provide vital assistance to community members in need through our emergency relief service and our specialist homelessness service. In 2017, we assisted over 80 locals experiencing homelessness with referrals, information and advocacy through our Specialist Homelessness Service.
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Every day we provide vital assistance to community members in need through our emergency relief service and our specialist homelessness service. In 2017, we assisted over 80 locals experiencing homelessness with referrals, information and advocacy through our Specialist Homelessness Service.
#ourimpact #update #socialimpact

Last year, we had a total of 483 registered volunteers here at the Byron Community Centre.
The opportunities to volunteer for us are multifaceted. We endeavour to provide opportunities for people from all walks of life to contribute and participate in meaningful services and activities according to their individual abilities and interests.
If you are interested in volunteering at the BCC, go to our website www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/ for more information and to register.

#ourimpact #update #2017
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Last year, we had a total of 483 registered volunteers here at the Byron Community Centre.
The opportunities to volunteer for us are multifaceted. We endeavour to provide opportunities for people from all walks of life to contribute and participate in meaningful services and activities according to their individual abilities and interests. 
If you are interested in volunteering at the BCC, go to our website http://www.byroncentre.com.au/what-we-do/volunteers/volunteer-application-form/ for more information and to register.  

#ourimpact #update #2017

2017 was an amazing year for our beloved Byron Theatre with 16500 sold tickets. As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects to help the most vulnerable members of our community. Check out Whats On Byron for more shows in 2018 🎭
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2017 was an amazing year for our beloved Byron Theatre with 16500 sold tickets. As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects to help the most vulnerable members of our community. Check out Whats On Byron for more shows in 2018 🎭 
#social #impact #campaign #ourimpact #byrontheatre

Positions Vacant for Trainees in our Coffee BOX Hospitality Training Program!

Did you know the Coffee BOX cafe, located just beside the community centre, is a not for profit social enterprise providing workplace training to local people experiencing disadvantage while selling coffee and treats to the public?

The program teaches essential workplace skills, builds confidence and creates community connection while raising funds for essential community services 🙂

To find out more email [email protected]
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Positions Vacant for Trainees in our Coffee BOX Hospitality Training Program! 

Did you know the Coffee BOX cafe, located just beside the community centre, is a not for profit social enterprise providing workplace training to local people experiencing disadvantage while selling coffee and treats to the public?

The program teaches essential workplace skills, builds confidence and creates community connection while raising funds for essential community services :) 

To find out more email community@byroncentre.com.auImage attachmentImage attachment

For our NILS clients!Do you have saving tips to make back to school costs a little less daunting? Share your tips with us in 100 words or less and go in the running to win a Lenovo touchscreen notebook with a $100 Officeworks voucher!

To enter the competition, click right here:
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For our NILS clients!

Kids summer holiday fun this January at our Byron Theatre 😄 Yes, please!
For more information and to buy tickets go to www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/
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Kids summer holiday fun this January at our Byron Theatre 😄 Yes, please! 
For more information and to buy tickets go to http://www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/

This New Years support us in creating more empowering moments happen, providing showers, meals and support to Byron's homeless by buying our beautiful book (follow the link below). With love and gratitude, Byron Community Centre #ByronCommunityCentre www.byroncentre.com.au/no-fixed-abode-book/ ... See MoreSee Less

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This New Years support us in creating more empowering moments happen, providing showers, meals and support to Byrons homeless by buying our beautiful book (follow the link below). With love and gratitude, Byron Community Centre #ByronCommunityCentre http://www.byroncentre.com.au/no-fixed-abode-book/

We asked our volunteers why they like volunteering for us. Interested? Our volunteer hub will open again in the new year, contact us on 02 6685 6807 for more information. We look forward to hearing from you. ❤ ... See MoreSee Less

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We asked our volunteers why they like volunteering for us. Interested? Our volunteer hub will open again in the new year, contact us on 02 6685 6807 for more information. We look forward to hearing from you. ❤

We wish you and your families a wonderful Christmas time and a Happy New Year. 🎄🌟🎄

Please note that the Byron Community Centre will close on Friday, 22nd December at 1 pm for the festive season. The BCC and its services will reopen in the new year. Please visit our website for more information: www.byroncentre.com.au/
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We wish you and your families a wonderful Christmas time and a Happy New Year.  🎄🌟🎄

Please note that the Byron Community Centre will close on Friday, 22nd December at 1 pm for the festive season.  The BCC and its services will reopen in the new year. Please visit our website for more information:  http://www.byroncentre.com.au/

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Merry Christmas and a happy new year, thanks for all your support in 2017

Support the Byron Community Centre today! My Giving Circle is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is today!!
My Giving Circle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1!

Hop over to mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!!

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community.
The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBoxand activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community. Share this post and get your friends to vote for us too!

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤
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Support the Byron Community Centre today! My Giving Circle  is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is today!!
 My Giving Circle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1!

Hop over to https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!!

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community.
The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBoxand activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community. Share this post and get your friends to vote for us too!

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤

What did we do in 2017? Our annual report is out!
Find out more here: byroncentre.com.au/bcc-annual-reports/
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What did we do in 2017? Our annual report is out! 
Find out more here: http://byroncentre.com.au/bcc-annual-reports/

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Great achievements and entertainment, many thanks. But please keep the Byron Community Markets jobs for the "fee collectors/takers". Not everyone needs to or can pay rental fees online. Just try to remember that most Marketeers are new "sole proprietors" starting up. They brake the cycle of unemployment. A much bigger picture than saving some coins.

The Byron Community Centre needs your support. My Giving Circle is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is on Dec. 20th.
MyGivingCircle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1! Hop over to mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!!

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community.
The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBox and activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community.

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤
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The Byron Community Centre needs your support. My Giving Circle is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is on Dec. 20th.
MyGivingCircle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1! Hop over to https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!!

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community.
The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBox  and activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community. 

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤

Thank You StreetSmart Australia for supporting our Homeless Shower project with a grant of $1000. The project is provided by the Byron Community Centrein collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project provides a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. For the community members who access the showers, being able to connect with community services, ensuring personal hygiene needs are being met, and sitting down for a cup of tea and a chat all have an immeasurable impact on day-to-day life. Your generous support is much appreciated. ♥♥♥ ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank You StreetSmart Australia for supporting our Homeless Shower project with a grant of $1000. The project is provided by the Byron Community Centrein collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project provides a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. For the community members who access the showers, being able to connect with community services, ensuring personal hygiene needs are being met, and sitting down for a cup of tea and a chat all have an immeasurable impact on day-to-day life. Your generous support is much appreciated. ♥♥♥

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pleased we have been able to help out your great work in the community. All these funds we raised locally through the CafeSmart initiative back in August

pleased we have been able to help out your great work in the community. All these funds we raised locally through the CafeSmart initiative back in August

Do you want to make a difference this Xmas? My Giving Circle is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is on Dec. 20th.
MyGivingCircle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1!

Hop over to mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!!

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community.

The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBoxand activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community. Share this post and tell your friends!

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤
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2 months ago

Do you want to make a difference this Xmas? My Giving Circle is giving $30k to Australian charities as chosen by YOU. The next prize draw is on Dec. 20th. 
MyGivingCircle is giving $7,500 to the #10 charities with the most votes including $3,000 to the charity in Position #1! 

Hop over to https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote or donate for Byron Community Centre now!! 

As a not for profit social enterprise, the money raised with MyGivingCircle will help us
👉 Provide services to vulnerable locals
👉 Empower our local community through vocational training
👉 Run essential programs and projects for our local community. 

The Homeless Shower project, our not-for-profit coffee shop CoffeeBoxand activities for seniors are some examples of the services and programs we offer to our community. Share this post and tell your friends! 

THANK YOU for your generous support! 🙏❤

The past year was a busy year for our beloved Byron Theatre. 200 events and shows took place in our venue. What an amazing year! As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects to help the most vulnerable members in our community. ... See MoreSee Less

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The past year was a busy year for our beloved Byron Theatre. 200 events and shows took place in our venue. What an amazing year! As a not for profit social enterprise, we are using all funds raised by ticket sales for projects to help the most vulnerable members in our community.

A huge heartfelt Thank You to all the Byron residents who donated to #Sharethedignity this year. We've just received a massive donation of women's handbags lovingly filled to the brim with essential items including toiletries, beauty products and various other goodies. These donations will be distributed to women in our community experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, and disadvantage via our Community Services team, our Homeless Breakfast service, our Community Showers, and the Liberation Larder Inc.

"Women are an alarmingly growing group facing disadvantage due to gender-based inequities coupled with employment difficulties and high housing affordability stress in the Byron Shire. Here at the Community Centre we are working hard to address this issue. From providing financial and material aid to women in need, to delivering vocational training programs assisting women in transitioning out of disadvantage, we're on the job." Shanti Des Fours - Community Development Officer.
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A huge heartfelt Thank You to all the Byron residents who donated to #Sharethedignity this year. Weve just received a massive donation of womens handbags lovingly filled to the brim with essential items including toiletries, beauty products and various other goodies. These donations will be distributed to women in our community experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, and disadvantage via our Community Services team, our Homeless Breakfast service, our Community Showers, and the Liberation Larder Inc.

Women are an alarmingly growing group facing disadvantage due to gender-based inequities coupled with employment difficulties and high housing affordability stress in the Byron Shire.  Here at the Community Centre we are working hard to address this issue. From providing financial and material aid to women in need, to delivering vocational training programs assisting women in transitioning out of disadvantage, were on the job. Shanti Des Fours - Community Development Officer.

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Thanks very much

Can I still donate?

"I've been here for nearly 30 years, and even though I'm part of the landscape, most people don't really know me."

Learn about the unique stories of people sleeping rough in and around Byron Bay in our incredible book "No fixed abode" and get your copy at www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/
📷 @d.c.rogers_gallery
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Ive been here for nearly 30 years, and even though Im part of the landscape, most people dont really know me. 

Learn about the unique stories of people sleeping rough in and around Byron Bay in our incredible book No fixed abode and get your copy at https://www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/ 
📷 @d.c.rogers_gallery

An abundance of events was held in our Byron Theatre last year. The possibilities are endless, we can host movie screenings, music events, conferences, community
events, dance events & festivals, guest speakers, comedy, circus & school
performances. And here's the best part, as a not for profit social enterprise we're using all funds raised through venue hire for projects that benefit the local community.
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An abundance of events was held in our Byron Theatre last year. The possibilities are endless, we can host movie screenings, music events, conferences, community
events, dance events & festivals, guest speakers, comedy, circus & school
performances. And heres the best part, as a not for profit social enterprise were using all funds raised through venue hire for projects that benefit the local community.

The lovely Carole from Liberation Larder Inc pulling out some donations we just received from Share the Dignity! These toiletries and women's sanitary items will be distributed over the christmas period via Liberation Larder and our Homeless Showers Project. Thank You Share the Dignity. ... See MoreSee Less

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The lovely Carole from Liberation Larder Inc pulling out some donations we just received from Share the Dignity! These toiletries and womens sanitary items will be distributed over the christmas period via Liberation Larder and our Homeless Showers Project. Thank You Share the Dignity.

A big focus of our work has continued to be in response to
homelessness, an issue which increasingly impacts upon
the most vulnerable in our community. Since the closure
of the Fletcher Street Cottage in 2015, many people have
been unable to access a hot shower in Byron Bay. Last
year we launched the Shower service providing free
showers, haircuts, care items, support services and social
connection for local people in need.
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A big focus of our work has continued to be in response to
homelessness, an issue which increasingly impacts upon
the most vulnerable in our community. Since the closure
of the Fletcher Street Cottage in 2015, many people have
been unable to access a hot shower in Byron Bay. Last
year we launched the Shower service providing free
showers, haircuts, care items, support services and social
connection for local people in need.

"I absolutely do want permanent housing - it's the affordability factor and the discrimination."
Quote from our incredible book "No fixed abode - Stories from the Streets around Byron Bay". To find out more or to buy your very own copy visit the Byron Community Centre or go online to: byroncentre.com.au/no-fixed-abode-book/ and follow the Buy Book link!
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I absolutely do want permanent housing - its the affordability factor and the discrimination.
Quote from our incredible book No fixed abode - Stories from the Streets around Byron Bay. To find out more or to buy your very own copy visit the Byron Community Centre or go online to: http://byroncentre.com.au/no-fixed-abode-book/ and follow the Buy Book link!
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Our very own not for profit coffee shop, The Coffee BOX has just received $5000 to help grow the Coffee BOX work experience program in 2018. This was one of 18 grants handed out by the NRCF (Northern Rivers Community Foundation) on Thursday night last week.

The Coffee BOX was launched in early 2016, as social enterprise coffee shop that trains and supports local women to move out of disadvantage via work experience and community connection. All funds raised go back into funding the Byron Community Centre’s community services and the coffee BOX training program.

“After one year in operation the Coffee BOX is now beginning to thrive. The project builds confidence, employment skills, and community connection. This NRCF grant will help us grow to program and support even more women in 2018. By the end of 2018 we hope to operate as an entirely self-sufficient social enterprise” Shanti Des Fours, Program Coordinator.
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Our very own not for profit coffee shop, The Coffee BOX has just received $5000 to help grow the Coffee BOX work experience program in 2018. This was one of 18 grants handed out by the NRCF (Northern Rivers Community Foundation) on Thursday night last week.

The Coffee BOX was launched in early 2016, as social enterprise coffee shop that trains and supports local women to move out of disadvantage via work experience and community connection. All funds raised go back into funding the Byron Community Centre’s community services and the coffee BOX training program.

“After one year in operation the Coffee BOX is now beginning to thrive. The project builds confidence, employment skills, and community connection. This NRCF grant will help us grow to program and support even more women in 2018. By the end of 2018 we hope to operate as an entirely self-sufficient social enterprise” Shanti Des Fours, Program Coordinator.

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Well done!

Brilliant. How can I get in touch with you about the program?

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We asked our volunteers why they like volunteering for us. If you would like to get involved, please have a look on our website or contact us on 02 6685 6807 ❤

In 2016, we were able to upgrade the Byron Theatre with a computer software that allows us to screen Digital Cinema Projection (DCP) and an Epson AV data projector. The Byron Film Festival were ecstatic with the upgrade. Movies have never looked so good! As a social enterprise all funds raised by hiring our venue or movie ticket sales go directly into community and social services for our local community. ... See MoreSee Less

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In 2016, we were able to upgrade the Byron Theatre with a computer software that allows us to screen Digital Cinema Projection (DCP) and an Epson AV data projector. The Byron Film Festival were ecstatic with the upgrade. Movies have never looked so good! As a social enterprise all funds raised by hiring our venue or movie ticket sales go directly into community and social services for our local community.

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Big thanks to NRCF for supporting the Coffee Box project. It will make a real difference.

In August 60 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabins.

The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on a Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on a Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no “drop-in” component for the showers project.
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In August 60 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabins. 

The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers. People are able to sign up to have a shower at Liberation Larder (on a Monday) and the Homeless Breakfast (on a Wednesday) from 8am at the BCC. There is no “drop-in” component for the showers project.

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That is truly an amazing project.

What a fantastic, practical, really vital response to a real need in the community!

"Drew's photos touched people's imaginations. He was able to capture each person's uniqueness and humanity. [...] They posed many questions to the viewer. Who where these people? Why were they living rough around Byron Bay? What was their day-to-day life like? The photos were a catalyst [...] that led to the telling of the stories found in the pages of this book." Paul Spooner, "No fixed abode - stories from the streets around Byron Bay"

For more information and to buy your very own copy please go to www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/ or visit the Byron Community Centre or email [email protected]
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Drews photos touched peoples imaginations. He was able to capture each persons uniqueness and humanity. [...] They posed many questions to the viewer. Who where these people? Why were they living rough around Byron Bay? What was their day-to-day life like? The photos were a catalyst [...] that led to the telling of the stories found in the pages of this book. Paul Spooner, No fixed abode - stories from the streets around Byron  Bay

For more information and to buy your very own copy please go to https://www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/ or visit the Byron Community Centre or email info@byroncentre.com.au 
📷 @d.c.rogers_gallery

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Byron library has the book. Richmond Tweed Regional Library

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Ocean Film Festival World Tour - Byron Bay 6 March 2018

Ocean Film Festival World Tour - Byron Bay 6 March 2018

Mar 6, 7:00pm - Mar 6, 10:00pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

Designed to mesmerise and enthral, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour showcases more than two hours of sublime footage taken above and below the water’s surface.

This carefully curated selection of short films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue.

The films feature captivating cinematography, complete with awe-inspiring underwater scenes and fast-paced wave sequences that have been captured from unbelievable vantage points.

Inspiring and thought-provoking, the Ocean Film Festival Australia is filled with moving footage, touching interviews and insightful narrations. Each of the festival’s films conveys a deep respect and appreciation for the world’s oceans and the creatures that call them home.

Find out more at www.oceanfilmfestival.com.au

TWO NIGHTS ONLY

SORRY NO REFUNDS

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Ocean Film Festival World Tour - Byron Bay 7 March 2018

Ocean Film Festival World Tour - Byron Bay 7 March 2018

Mar 7, 7:00pm - Mar 7, 10:00pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

Designed to mesmerise and enthral, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour showcases more than two hours of sublime footage taken above and below the water’s surface.

This carefully curated selection of short films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue.

The films feature captivating cinematography, complete with awe-inspiring underwater scenes and fast-paced wave sequences that have been captured from unbelievable vantage points.

Inspiring and thought-provoking, the Ocean Film Festival Australia is filled with moving footage, touching interviews and insightful narrations. Each of the festival’s films conveys a deep respect and appreciation for the world’s oceans and the creatures that call them home.

Find out more at www.oceanfilmfestival.com.au

TWO NIGHTS ONLY

SORRY NO REFUNDS

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Puppetry - Byron Bay

Puppetry - Byron Bay

Apr 1, 8:00pm - Apr 1, 10:00pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

DIRECT FROM LAS VEGAS, the Masters of Penis Origami return to shock and awe audiences by folding, twisting, bulging and scooping their junk into creations such as: "The Pelican," "The Windsurfer," "The Eiffel Tower," "The Loch Ness Monster" and their signature creation, "The Hamburger." - all projected onto a huge screen for your close-up enjoyment!

A worldwide phenomenon, this one-of-a-kind show has played to most of the Western World including all around Europe, the US and South America.

To get to the nuts and bolts of it, be ready to see some Willies, Johnsons, Peter Peckers, if you will... aka: these guys will be performing in nothing but tennis shoes... and above all it's really damn funny!
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Banff Mountain Film Festival - Byron Bay 21 May 2018

Banff Mountain Film Festival - Byron Bay 21 May 2018

May 21, 7:00pm - May 21, 10:00pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

The world's most prestigious mountain film festival is coming back to the Byron Theatre. The 2018 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour showcases over 2 1/2 hours of the most enthralling mountain adventure films that will have you planning your next adventure before the credits roll.

The tour is hot on the heels of the largest – and one of the most prestigious – mountain festivals in the world, the Banff Mountain Festival, which takes place every November in the mountain town of Banff, in Canada.

More than 300 of the world’s best mountain sport, culture, environment, adventure, and exploration films are shown during the week-long event. A selection of award winners and audience favourites then tours the globe, visiting 390 communities and 35 countries as part of the festival’s official world tour.

This year, the Australian line-up features two-and-a-half hours of captivating short films shot in some of the most wild and remote corners of the world. Sure to enthral, it showcases a selection of films packed full of mesmerising cinematography, thought-provoking storylines and adrenalin-inducing action sequences.

Audiences will experience incredible highs and agonising lows through the lenses of some of the most accomplished climbers, paddlers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, mountain bikers, explorers and adventure filmmakers alive today.

Presented by World Expeditions, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will be screening at the Byron Theatre for TWO NIGHTS ONLY

For more details visit www.banffaustralia.com.au

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Banff Mountain Film Festival - Byron Bay 22 May 2018

Banff Mountain Film Festival - Byron Bay 22 May 2018

May 22, 7:00pm - May 22, 10:00pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

The world's most prestigious mountain film festival is coming back to the Byron Theatre. The 2018 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour showcases over 2 1/2 hours of the most enthralling mountain adventure films that will have you planning your next adventure before the credits roll.

The tour is hot on the heels of the largest – and one of the most prestigious – mountain festivals in the world, the Banff Mountain Festival, which takes place every November in the mountain town of Banff, in Canada.

More than 300 of the world’s best mountain sport, culture, environment, adventure, and exploration films are shown during the week-long event. A selection of award winners and audience favourites then tours the globe, visiting 390 communities and 35 countries as part of the festival’s official world tour.

This year, the Australian line-up features two-and-a-half hours of captivating short films shot in some of the most wild and remote corners of the world. Sure to enthral, it showcases a selection of films packed full of mesmerising cinematography, thought-provoking storylines and adrenalin-inducing action sequences.

Audiences will experience incredible highs and agonising lows through the lenses of some of the most accomplished climbers, paddlers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, mountain bikers, explorers and adventure filmmakers alive today.

Presented by World Expeditions, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour will be screening at the Byron Theatre for TWO NIGHTS ONLY

For more details visit www.banffaustralia.com.au

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