Where does the money go?
For the Byron Bay Lighthouse Run, we take our responsibility over money and causes very seriously. In our early years we supported the NSW Cancer Council and the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter.
Since then, we have continuously changed charities, as we felt that some organisations get great support and others fall by the wayside a bit. In 2017 we changed names from Byron Lighthouse Run to Byron Bay Lighthouse Run, and underwent a complete re-brand.
THE MULLUMBIMBY AND DISTRICTS NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE’S “WOMEN’S RESOURCE SERVICE”
aims to empower and assist women in the Byron Shire toward safety and wellbeing in the community by providing:
- Support to women and children experiencing domestic and family violence
- Domestic and family violence education
- Assessment of situation including risks, needs and safety planning
- Case-management & Case-coordination of multiple services
- Information and referral
- Community education and awareness raising
supports young people aged 12-25
They offer heaps of free services like: Mental Health & Well Being, General & Sexual Health, Youth Worker Support, Alcohol & Other Drug Services, Connections to Education, Employment & so more!
headspace Lismore operates a “no wrong door” policy. This means that no young person will be turned away without being supported to access other services in or outside of headspace.
Our Kids Lismore - 2018
Samantha Bulmer - 2018
The Mai Wiru Sugar Challenge Foundation - 2017
Crackin' Cancer - 2017
Lismore Base Hospital - 2016
Rafiki Mwema - 2015
Mama Ann's Odede Community Health Center
Our house Lismore
Langtang Valley Health Nepal
Gokarna Community School Nepal