Volunteering for a difference
By volunteering for Lifeline not only will you be making a difference to the lives of other people who use Lifeline services, but you’ll also be enriching your own life.
It takes a lot of dedicated people to provide Lifeline’s telephone crisis support services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Lifeline relies on over 11,000 Volunteers nation wide to support Lifeline’s crisis support line, help raise funds, work in retail outlets, or conduct administrative duties.
Volunteers have enabled Lifeline to provide essential crisis support services to the Australian community for over 47 years. Will you help us to continue this commitment to the community?
What’s in it for you?
- Personal and professional growth
- Potential career opportunities
- Giving back to your community – the sense of achievement and pride that comes with that
- Ongoing support in your work with Lifeline
- Learning new skills and experiencing new things
- Meeting new people and making new friends
- Belonging to the Lifeline community
- Training and development opportunities
- Volunteering locally in your community, but have an impact both locally and nationally
- Knowing that by volunteering you really are making a difference!