Posted 26th November
Liberty was proud to take part in the Butterflies for Mental Health campaign founded by local artist Ashley Whittington. Nine artists, nine colours and nine services represented the nine lies lost to suicide in Australia each day.
The project was facilitated by Lifeline Mid Coast and supported by service providers including Liberty Domestic and Family Violence Specialist services.
The artwork created for Liberty was produced by Paul Kingston (Kingo), a much loved teacher at Hastings Primary school. It featured a painted purple butterfly surrounded by white origami paper butterflies and the words of some of Liberty’s values – empowerment, respect, innovation and quality.
Caption – Bree Jones and Michelle Parker from Liberty with Ashely Whittington (centre) and the Liberty butterfly artwork
Posted 03rd June 2022
The Liberty Links mobile outreach service was launched by Minister for Women’s Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Natalie Ward, providing domestic violence services to outlying communities in the region including Lake Cathie, Kew, Comboyne and Wauchope.
Posted 27th May 2022
One of the highlights of Reconciliation Week 2022 was the launch of Liberty's new visual branding. The brand has been designed to work in with the ‘Galbaan Wakulda’ artwork created for us by local Aboriginal artist, Birrbay woman Angela Marr-Grogan.