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Join the 2022 Push-Up Challenge!

June 1, 2022 The Push-Up Challenge starts Wednesday 1st June! Participants are challenged to complete 3,139 push-ups over 25 days, representing the number of people who died by suicide in Australia in 2020. As part of the event, you can choose to fundraise for us, your local Lifeline Centre. Fundraising is optional but a great opportunity to help...
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Shine a light on mental health these holidays

November 24, 2021 The holiday season can be challenging. The holidays are not always a happy, jolly time – in fact, for many of us, this time of year can be challenging. This holiday season may also feel different to what we are used to as COVID-19 has affected us all in some way. We hope these tips...
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Charity Recycles for 13 11 14

November 1, 2018 Never throw away old clothing, towels or bed sheets that you think might not be worth donating! DONATE TO US! Lifeline Gippsland has bulk rags for sale to customers across Gippsland, from Bairnsdale to Pakenham. The rags are packaged and distributed from the Lifeline Gippsland warehouse. Our bulk rags trading started as a way to...
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Our Charity needs your quality donations

November 1, 2018 Quality donations always find a new home, and that translates into funding that helps support Lifeline’s Telephone Crisis Support Line 13 11 14, assists with the training of our Crisis Supporters and other very vital suicide-prevention and awareness programs that benefit our local community. Please consider giving to this most-worthwhile charity next time you’re thinking...
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Charity Book Fair – outcome

November 1, 2018 Lifeline Gippsland’s second Charity Book Fair was yet another warm reflection on our community’s supportive and caring nature. An estimated 1500 people attended over the 2-day event purchasing donations covering topics such as history, crime, cooking, travel, art, music, children’s, sport, romance, business, gardening, geography, education and more! A HUGE “thank you” to all who...
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Farmer Mentors are Minding the Valley

November 1, 2018 Local charity says: Remember to ASK, LISTEN, ENCOURAGE ACTION and CHECK-IN Lifeline Gippsland’s Mind the Valley Project has been out and about talking to people all across the Latrobe Valley about mental health and how best to look after your friends, neighbours, colleagues, families and other community members over September and October. The session is...
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Did you FEEL the Vibes?

November 1, 2018 Getting the RU OK? message out there in fun-style! This past month has be incredibly exciting for our charity organisation with the very first Good Vibes Festival held in Traralgon and Inverloch where over 12,000 attendees across the two festivals enjoyed a day of fun and entertainment in the name of raising awareness of mental...
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Be part of our 2nd Annual Golf Day!

April 5, 2018 Bigger and better and here before you know it! Golfer or non-golfer, Lifeline Gippsland’s annual Golf Day, which will take place on the 20th of April 2018, is for EVERYONE. As was the case at last year’s event, there will be sponsorship opportunities available, welcome packs on the day and a BBQ lunch. This event will...
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Our new fence is here!

January 24, 2018 Having been erected a day prior to our 2017 office closure, it has already had a  considerable effect in minimising the theft of donations from our donation bins over the Christmas closure period and completely stopped the dumping of rubbish in the area. This in turn has saved Lifeline Gippsland the time, effort and money...
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March 16th Tin Shake

January 24, 2018 March 16th will see Lifeline Gippsland volunteers arming themselves with donation tins and taking to the Breed Street intersection in Traralgon with hopes of collecting funds for Lifeline’s Telephone Crisis Support Service 13 11 14. Each call for help to Lifeline costs the organisation $26. A telephone crisis supporter on a 4-hour shift will take around 12...
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