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Individual

By volunteering for Lifeline WA not only will you be making a difference in the lives of other Western Australians who use our services, but you’ll also be enriching your own life.
Everyone needs the opportunity to meet people, have companionship, be acknowledged and share laughter. Having good social connections is vital for all aspects of a person’s health, especially as we age.
Our event volunteers support Lifeline WA in many different ways –helping to raise funds, assisting at events or carrying out administrative duties. Many volunteers take part in events to have fun and experience large or small public events. In essence, it is a donation of your time, skills and willingness.
A gift in your Will has the potential to save lives and stop suicides in future generations.
Organise your own unique fundraising event or challenge is a fun and personally rewarding way to make a difference and show your support for Lifeline WA.

Corporate

Lifeline WA’s vision is for a community free of suicide. You and your organisation can help us achieve this vision. Lifeline WA needs the support of like-minded organisations to join us at the front line of suicide prevention and in turn hope to help your organisation address.
Lifeline WA’s mission is “To prevent suicide, support people in crisis and reduce the stigmas, which can be a barrier to people seeking help”. One of the ways that we hope to achieve this, is through training the corporate community in mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
We could not do our vital life-saving work without the support of our community and we grateful to employees at various organisations for raising funds and awareness for Lifeline WA.
Lifeline WA is incredibly grateful for the vital life-saving support of our Corporate Partners.
Lifeline WA is collaborating with the Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME) to continue our commitment to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of employees in the resources sector with the development of the Resourceful Mind project.