Lifeline relies on community service announcement airtime on various television networks to raise awareness and funds for important services and issues. You may have seen some of our ads on television or on YouTube.
Lifeline would like to acknowledge Orange Whip Films for their generous support in producing so many of our CSAs
"Preventing Suicide You Can Do Something"
First aired – 2010
Suicide is the leading cause of death for men under the age of 44 and women under the age of 35 in Australia. This community service announcement aims to raise awareness of what we all can do to prevent suicide.
"Stress Down on 24/7"
First aired – 2008
This advertisement appeared in the inaugural year for Lifeline's major national fundraising campaign - Stress Down Day.
"Volunteering for a Difference"
First aired – 2007
This community service announcement was developed as part of Lifeline's National Volunteer Recruitment Campaign (launched in May 2007). Lifeline hopes to encourage Australians from all walks of life to consider becoming a Lifeline Volunteer.
"The Human Race"
First aired - 2007
This community service announcement was originally commissioned by CAPS Inc (Community Action for the Prevention of Suicide) for World Suicide Prevention Day in 2005. Lifeline updated the ad with the permission of CAPS Inc. to raise awareness about suicide.