Lifeline has today launched its largest ever fundraising campaign, LIFELINE FOR LIFELINE.
LIFELINE FOR LIFELINE – a national day to give that will take place on 1 November each year – calls on Australians to donate to the leading crisis support and suicide prevention service and help it answer the one million requests for help received annually.
Lifeline Australia Chairman John Brogden said the fundraising campaign sends the message that ‘you don’t have to wear something, do without something, make something, sell something or run somewhere… all you have to do is give’.
“With a call to Lifeline’s 24/7 crisis support services received every 30 seconds, Lifeline for Lifeline is asking Australians to donate so that no request for help goes unanswered,” Mr Brogden said.
“This campaign is about making sure people in crisis or thinking about suicide never have to be alone. We’re asking Australians to dig deep today and donate to Lifeline.”
Calling all Lifeline H2H Supporters
– how you can help
Lifeline is committed to offering support to anyone who needs it, whenever they need it. We are on the front-line of suicide prevention, answering 2,500 calls every single day.
You can help us meet this demand by getting involved with LIFELINE FOR LIFELINE today, November 1 2017.
You can make a donation right now. Just click here, and after entering your donation amount and contact details, please ensure you select Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury in the dropdown menu at the bottom of the page. It’s headed “If you would like to direct your donation to a specific Lifeline centre, please select below”.
See the LIFELINE FOR LIFELINE video
To see the video from which the campaign’s attention-grabbing image derive, click here (scroll midway down the page that opens).