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Our Partners

Lifeline WA is incredibly grateful for the vital life-saving support of our Corporate Partners.

At Lifeline WA, our reputation is hard earned through our continuing efforts to provide vital crisis support and suicide prevention services to all Western Australians. The generous support of our valued Partners has helped Lifeline WA invest in our services at a time of increasing demand and most importantly, ensure that the 13 11 14 number remains free and easily accessible to those who need it.

Our heartfelt thanks go to the following organisations for helping us get one step closer to a community that is free from suicide.

CBH Group has partnered with Lifeline WA as part of their Regional Mental Wellbeing Program, alongside MIFWA, Black Dog Institute and Youth Focus.

Together the program is focused on increasing access to mental health services, provide support and raise awareness among health professionals, growers and high school students across grain growing communities in Western Australia.

     

     

100 St Georges Terrace have been a Lifeline WA event partner for many years.  Actively involved in the Black Diamond Gala Dinner, Lights for Lifeline, HBF Run, Out of the Shadows and more. The funding has allowed Lifeline WA to support at the Western Australian community through our 13 11 14 crisis support service.

     

     

Synergy’s partnership with the Lights for Lifeline campaign has been greatly welcomed since 2014. 

The Lights for Lifeline campaign seeks to raise awareness of Lifeline WA’s services during a time of year that for some, be very lonely and isolating. Synergy shares a vision of bringing light to those in need at Christmas. They do this through their sponsorship as well as various activations around the city in December. 

     

     

Vince Garreffa, through Mondo Community Warriors, has been supporting Lifeline WA for over 25 years and collectively has raised over $4 million. Vince and his team host many events throughout the year with the pinnacle event being the Lifeline WA brunch held in the backyard of Vince and Anne. Vince and Anne share our vision of a community free of suicide. 

     

     

Santos has been a long-term supporter of Lifeline WA, in addition to giving to the Lights for Lifeline campaign, they have been involved in supporting numerous Lifeline WA events. Through our shared vision of a suicide free community, Santos’ funding has allowed Lifeline WA to support at-risk communities through our 13 11 14 crisis support service.

     

     

Yappy began supporting Lifeline WA in 2020 through the Lights for Lifeline campaign. The team donated their services to help Lifeline WA raise a generous amount of funds for Lifeline WA’s life-saving services across the festive season. Yappy have continued their support across a number of campaigns and have helped Lifeline WA reach new people, helping to raise funds and awareness in the community.

     

     

Mineral Resources began supporting Lifeline WA in 2020 and have continued their support by raising awareness of Lifeline WA’s life-saving services through branded a Crusher on their Pilbara Site and holding an event to bring employees together. The organisation helped encourage their employees to talk and seek help when they are struggling.

     

     

Support from the Behets Family Foundation assists Lifeline WA to continue building the capacity to answer more calls to the 13 11 14 crisis support service and help prevent suicide in our community.

     

     

Rohan Jewellers have been passionately supporting Lifeline WA for over 11 years. Rohan and Toni Milne have helped Lifeline WA raise vital funds at the Black Diamond Gala Dinner by donating a hand-crafted bespoke Black Diamond pendant each year as well donating elegant pieces for other fundraising events throughout the years.

     

     

Lotterywest is helping Lifeline WA to expand the 13 11 14 crisis support service by funding a pilot project aimed at training a remote cohort of volunteer Telephone Crisis Supporters. This project is aimed at ambitiously meeting the increase in demand for crisis support that has development since the beginning of the COVID pandemic.

     

     

The Minderoo Foundation believes that every individual has the potential to contribute positively to the world around them and that together we can create a healthy, harmonious, and thriving society. Their support assists Lifeline WA to provide all Western Australians experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

     

     

Funding from the Mental Health Commission contributes to the delivery of 13 11 14 crisis support service in Western Australia ensuring that Lifeline WA can provide the community with access to support that is confidential, free, and anonymous.

     

     

P&N Bank’s partnership with Lifeline WA actively promotes help-seeking behaviour and has allowed Lifeline WA to invest in our key objective of increasing the number of Telephone Crisis Supporters volunteers so that we can achieve our goal of answering every call from Western Australians in crisis.

     

     

Elizabeth Perron is a passionate and generous supporter of Lifeline WA and the funding from The Stan Perron Foundation has been vital in supporting the 13 11 14 crisis support service and Wellbeing Coordinators, who work alongside existing in-shift supervisors to further support the wellbeing of our Telephone Crisis Support Volunteers.

     

     

AMCAP began supporting Lifeline WA in 2020 and has continued their support by raising awareness of Lifeline WA’s life-saving services through branding their distribution boxes and cabinets. The boxes have helped encourage, not only their own employees to talk and seek help, but also their customers within the mining industry. Lifeline WA is grateful to AMCAP for this opportunity to strengthen our reach, particularly in regional and remote communities who sometimes don't have access to help when they need it most.

     

     

Parkland Mazda’s partnership with Lifeline WA helps actively promote help-seeking behaviour and has allowed Lifeline WA to increase the pool size of our Telephone Crisis Supporters. Parkland Mazda have been heavily involved in Lifeline’s key events, Black Diamond Gala Dinner, Lights for Lifeline and HBF Run contributing funds as well as cars as prizes.

     

     

Rick Hart and the Hart & Co family have been supporting Lifeline WA for 11 years with their annual Golf Day. The partnership has allowed Lifeline WA to answer more calls on the 13 11 14 crisis support service.

Hart & Co share a vision of a community free of suicide.

     

     

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy has a multi-faceted partnership with Lifeline WA that plays a vital role in supporting Lifeline WA to increase services to reach all Western Australians in crisis. They support Lifeline WA through a number of initiatives including advocacy of our services to their members within the resources sector and partnership with suicide prevention awareness projects, including a media project and a peer-support project.

     

     

Aston Martin's partnership with the Black Diamond Gala Dinner is most welcome and will assist Lifeline WA in answering more calls from the WA community.

     

     

HopgoodGanim’s partnership with Lifeline WA assists us in answering every call for help and work to destigmatise suicide and mental ill-health, engage HopgoodGanim staff in the mental health conversation, and improve the wellbeing of some of the most vulnerable in our community.

     

     

Herbert Smith Freehills supports Lifeline WA through community fundraising and giving to the Lights for Lifeline campaign. With Herbert Smith Freehills support, Lifeline WA is able to maintain our life-saving services across the festive season.

     

     

Perth Radiological Clinic supports Lifeline WA through generously donating to our Lights for Lifeline Christmas campaign, giving every Australian the opportunity to reach out for help during one of the most difficult and stressful times of the year for many Western Australians.

     

     

The Richard Lockwood Foundation supports Lifeline WA through helping to fund the 13 11 14 crisis support service. The Foundation has enabled the recruitment, training, and technology needed for additional telephone Crisis Supporters, helping Lifeline respond to the increasing number of requests for help received each day.