Over the last few years, many of us have faced one crisis after another. The pandemic, bushfires, floods, and other challenges have left us feeling overwhelmed and uncertain about the future. For some, these crises have resulted in financial hardship, eviction, or homelessness.
That's why Lifeline's work is more important than ever. When people feel like they have nowhere else to turn, they can reach out to Lifeline for help. Whether they're experiencing a mental health crisis, financial hardship, or need someone to talk to, Lifeline's Crisis Supporters are there to listen and provide a connection to help them find and hold onto hope. But, we need your help.
We are currently receiving up to 4,000 requests for help each day. We don't know what someone is going through when they call Lifeline, but we do know that financial hardship is a risk factor for suicide. That's why it's crucial that we do everything we can to ensure that more Crisis Supporters are available to answer more requests for help.
As a generous supporter and friend of Lifeline, your help is needed. A tax-deductible gift of $25 could help ensure that when someone in crisis reaches out to Lifeline, a trained Crisis Supporter is ready to listen. Your donation could make a real difference in someone's life and help them through their darkest moments.
Let's come together as a community and support Lifeline's vital work. Together, we can make sure that no one has to face their struggles alone