How Can I Be Involved?


We greatly appreciate any monetary donations that will help us run our programs and services to the best of our ability. If you would like to donate any money or provide sponsorship for a one off event please click here or contact us today.


If you are another community service provider, organisation or business, we would love to hear from you and find out how we can work together to empower our community further!

Organisations we currently partner with include:

  • Mission Australia

  • Baptist Care

  • Merewether Public School

  • Newcastle High School

  • NDIS

  • LIVEfree Church

  • Oz Harvest

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LIVEfree PROJECT has a variety of programs and services you can be a part of:

  • Estate Cafe Breakfast Program - serving and connecting with community members (2hrs a week)

  • High School individual Mentoring programs (2hrs a fortnight)

  • Assisting with the Inspire Women's program (4hrs a fortnight)

  • Oz Harvest food deliveries (4hrs a week)



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broken + restored is a beautiful local home decor store, that recycles, restores and repurposes used materials into unique home decor items. They specialise in custom items such as handmade signs for all occasions.


All profits from broken + restored go directly to the work we do. Support us by thinking differently, next time you need a gift or unique piece buy a locally handcrafted good from broken + restored


If you want to support LIVEfree PROJECT but can't donate resources or your time, show your support by following us on our social media channels, liking our posts and sharing what we do with your family, friends and community. This is an important part of promoting our work and helping us to reach more people!



Join our mailing list!

If you want to stay update with everything we do - from program updates to fundraisers then join our email list here to become a part of the LIVEfree PROJECT community.

We also have a newsletter that is sent out to all those on our mailing list just twice a year, to keep them up to date with all of the PROJECT’s events and activities.


Check out our past issues here