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Empowering Hope: School Donates Beds to local refuge

Our School has donated 10 spare single beds to Harbour. Formerly known as South West Refuge, Harbour has been a cornerstone in providing life-changing support for women and children affected by domestic and family violence for over three decades.

“Due to a recent boarding reconfiguration where all bedding was upgraded to king singles, we have excess beds no longer required. We felt it was most appropriate to donate them to a local charity,” said our Chief Financial Officer, Mr Yale Bolto.

The Organisation helps roughly 700 women and children every year, and the beds will significantly help the cause.

“We will be using some at our brand-new refuge which we are currently setting up, some as spares for the existing refuge, transitional housing, and offering it to any mums who need them,” said Harbour’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms Allison White.

“Harbour is dedicated to offering a safe haven for women and children escaping family and domestic violence, and our mission is to protect individuals from harm and homelessness, ensuring they can live free from abuse,” added Ms White.

Mr Bolto explained that it was on the advice of the Anglican Diocese of Bunbury, that the beds be donated to the refuge, “We reached out to the Dean, The Very Reverend Darryl Cotton, to understand who was in need within our community, and he suggested we contact Harbour, and we saw it as an opportunity for the School to contribute to a meaningful cause.”

If you would like to support Harbour, you can do so in forms of financial contributions, material donations, volunteering, and/or partnerships and collaborations. Please visit for more information.

“Together, let’s stand against domestic violence and create a safer, more compassionate community for all,” concluded Ms White.

The School still has beds available. If you are aware of an organisation who would benefit from the donation of beds, please contact


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