Lifeline WA is Shining a Light for Life by displaying its beautiful giant Christmas tree at the quay which is also part of City of Perth’s Christmas lights trail.

This tree represents all the people who were brave enough to call Lifeline WA and spreads cheer and hope throughout the community.

The Festive Season is the busiest time of the year for Lifeline. It is the time of the year where levels of anxiety, depression and suicide increase. It is also a time of giving and, for many Australians, appreciating what they have in the company of loved ones. Your contribution to this campaign will help Lifeline WA train new Telephone Crisis Support Volunteers and continue to provide valued existing Volunteers with ongoing training and support so that they can help the thousands of people who call 13 11 14 for help.

You can visit Lifeline WA's website to donate and share the #shinealightforlife.

When

  • Today - Wednesday 3 January

More info

This event is organised by Lifeline WA

Where

Elizabeth Quay

Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Perth

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