Save Lives | Prevent Suicide| Fund a Crisis Supporter

How we make an impact

The Crisis Supporter helped me through the pain and sadness. I am very grateful to them and Lifeline WA for being there when I needed it.

~ Help Seeker

All day, every day, each conversation

we save lives because you care

Lifeline WA is the leading suicide prevention provider and the largest digital and telephone crisis support workforce in Australia.

Our purpose is to prevent suicide, support people in crisis and reduce the stigmas associated with seeking help.

What our Crisis Supporters say

I find volunteering is extremely rewarding being there to virtually hold someone's hand supporting them in their Crisis. Helping others helps me at the same time.

~ Crisis Supporter

Our volunteer Crisis Supporters

are your lifeline

Together with your help we can ensure that our team of Volunteer Crisis Supporters are comprehensively trained, supervised, equipped and ready to assist help seekers 24 hours, 7 days a week via telephone, text message or online chat.

Your Donation Helps

Fund a telephone conversation with a help seeker

Fund a digital interaction with a help seeker

Fund training and professional support for a Crisis Supporter

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Frequently Asked Questions

Lifeline WA is registered as Living Stone Foundation Incorporated, ABN: 43 517 756 699 on the ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) Charity Register. Registered charity number: CC18536. Lifeline WA also delivers training on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036.

Yes. Immediately after donating you will receive an electronic receipt sent to the email used at the time of making the donation. If you choose to make a recurring donation, you will receive a yearly tax receipt by post.

Yes. Donations over $2 are eligible for a deduction. This is the minimum requirement for a tax deduction in Australia.

All donations will help fund the training of our Crisis Supporters right here in Western Australia. Read our latest impact report here

We accept all major credit cards and have alternative payment options available including payment by Cheque or EFT (electronic funds transfer/direct deposit).

To facilitate this and ensure we have the correct details to provide you with a Tax receipt for tax deduction purposes, please contact our team or (08) 9261 4444.

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Living Stone Foundation Inc T/A Lifeline WA

BSB: 086-006  

Account: 142525048 


Living Stone Foundation Inc T/A Lifeline WA

PO Box 509, Subiaco WA 6904

You can update you details by contacting one of our friendly team members at Lifeline WA where our customer support team will be able to help you. Contact our team or (08) 9261 4444.

You can change the way you receive communications and updates from the Lifeline WA by contacting our customer support team or (08) 9261 4444.

The training provided to each Crisis Supporter is comprehensive and quality assured. Training is provided over 12 months by suitably qualified Lifeline WA trainers and assessors which includes internship periods, shadowing and mentoring sessions, and practical and theoretical assessment. Upon completion, Crisis Supporters obtain national certification in the unit of competency (Provide Crisis Support). Ongoing support and costs include the provision of paid 'In shift supervisors' for each shift to facilitate quality, health and safety outcomes for Crisis Supporters and Help Seekers, and ongoing professional and peer supervision and professional development for Crisis Supporters.

Lifeline WA primarily relies on the support of philanthropy, fundraising and donations for approximately 70% of it's revenue. Less than a third of our funding is supplied by Government sources. A financial overview is available on the ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) Charity Register and our Annual report.

Yes. Find out more about volunteering opportunities at Lifeline WA here.