We always need books, and collect books all year round. These are sold in our huge bookfairs, and are an important way for us to raise money to support our services.
Help us by donating books, or volunteering!
Our key objective is to build a sustainable funding base to continue to meet the ever increasing demands in our region.
Many people are unaware that we rely almost entirely upon self generated revenue and face a constant challenge to sustain income.
There are many ways to help us raise funds:
Become an Everyday Hero
You can make a difference too. You can create your very own online fundraising webpage using Everyday Hero. Your friends and family can go to your page to view how much you have raised. They can donate to your page and leave you messages of support and encouragement. It's fun, easy, and it's free. To start being a hero for Lifeline, just click here!
Annual Fundraising Dinner
Details about our next Annual Fundraising Dinner will be posted in early 2013.
We are always looking for sponsors, and goods or services to be auctioned at the dinner. Please contact us if your company can help.
Join our Bookfair team and help sort & price donated books.
- Donate Books which are in good, saleable condition.
- Donate prizes suitable to auction or raffle for our Annual Fundraising dinner.
- Organise an event in your workplace or organisation to help Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury, eg: Golf days, barbeques, raffles, etc.
Fundraising highlights include our Annual Bookfair and Annual Fundraising Dinner.
If you would like to talk about these or other fundraising possibilities, please email or call us on (02) 9498 8805
We support people in need, in many ways.
Our services include:
- 24hr Telephone Crisis Support
- Face-to-Face counselling
- Suicide prevention programs
- Emergency relief
- Community Aid
- Support Line
Need to contact us?
Want to volunteer?
We are constantly seeking volunteers for all our services, as well as for fundraising, events and marketing. Please contact us to find out more.
"The wonderful people I have met at Lifeline and the feeling I can make a difference are why I love being a TC."
Testimonial from TC (Telephone Crisis Supporter)
Jan, 59, CS & Grandmother (Oct 2007)