Shine a light for life.

For Lifeline’s 13 11 14 service the days leading up to Christmas and the New Year are the busiest time of year.

Every 32 seconds someone will call Lifeline lonely or in crisis this Christmas.

Western Australia’s tallest Christmas tree will be displayed at Elizabeth Quay from December 2, adorned with 55,000 sparkling lights, representing the number of Western Australians who have called Lifeline WA this year.

Taking that first step to ask for help is brave. This year, Lifeline WA shines a light for every one of those who found the courage to call.

Lifeline WA volunteers will be at the Lights for Lifeline Christmas tree collecting donations throughout December. 

Lifeline WA urgently needs funding to train more crisis support volunteers, answer more calls and save more lives. A donation of $25 will help them answer the next call to 13 11 14 and could save a person’s life.

Donate at lights.org.au

The Lights for Lifeline WA Christmas tree will be lit from 6.30pm each night, commencing Sunday 4 December.

Where

Elizabeth Quay

Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Perth

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