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Our National Partners

Our National Partners enable much of the growth and development of Lifeline's services. We greatly value the relationships we have formed while developing programs and services with our corporate supporters. Here, we acknowledge the generous support of our National Partners.

Principal Partners

The team at rebel are working with Lifeline Australia to communicate the benefits of sport and exercise for boosting mental health, all while raising funds for Lifeline to continue our critical work. The partnership recognises the powerful, positive impact of sport on mental health and suicide prevention.

Rebel sponsors the ‘Be Active’ fundraising portal on Lifeline Australia’s website, this allows the public to fundraise through challenger events and sport for Lifeline. However, Rebel’s major campaign runs in October, tied into World Mental Health Week. “Sport is for mind and body” illustrates the unifying concept of sport in strengthening mental health. In collaboration with their great partners, Rebel provides essential funds to Lifeline to help us continue our work.

Woolworths’ essential funding has helped Lifeline to ramp up crisis support services and work closely with communities recovering from drought and natural disasters.

Community Recovery - through the STAND Appeal, Woolworths are assisting Lifeline to provide life-saving support to vulnerable communities affected by natural disaster through the delivery of a 24/7 dedicated disaster relief helpline 13HELP, to support in affected communities. This support is critical to ensuring affected communities have every chance to build resilience and recover.

Lifeline Text – Woolworths’ support played a key role in piloting and establishing the Lifeline Text service. More young people are accessing our service in greater numbers. In fact, 53.7% of people who accessed Lifeline Text last year were under 24 years. Offering multiple channels of support – Phone, Chat, and Text – is essential in ensuring that a full safety net of crisis support is available to everyone in the community.

IAG's NRMA Insurance business and RACV joined forces to provide funding to Lifeline Australia to help enable critical tele-health suicide prevention services for vulnerable communities affected by the summer bushfires and COVID-19.

The joint NRMA Insurance and RACV funding has enabled:

  • More than 8,000 tele-health counselling sessions for people in communities affected by drought, bushfire, flood, and COVID-19.
  • e-learning Accidental Counsellor training for up to 3,000 people in communities across Australia, with a focus on those who have regular contact with other community members. This training will equip people with the skills to recognise the signs of mental distress or ill health and the ability to respond effectively and refer people to the most appropriate local services.
  • Distribution of tool-kits and resources within affected regions so that people are aware of the support that is available to them.

National Partners

Established in 2016, Domino’s registered charity Give for Good along with its franchisees and employees is committed to supporting the communities in which they operate throughout Australia.

With around 80 per cent of its own workforce under the age of 25 and mental health being such a significant issue for its customers and team members, Domino’s and Give for Good are passionate about increasing access to mental health support and suicide prevention for all Australians, especially young people.

This partnership plays a vital role in supporting Lifeline Australia to increase services to reach all Australians in crisis, in whichever platform they feel comfortable, anytime, anywhere.

Give for Good’s support has helped fund the phased roll-out of the text support service across Australia as part of Lifeline’s digital transformation.

Together, nib foundation and Lifeline Australia are helping to ensure there is a complete safety net of crisis and non-crisis support, whether that be through phone, chat and text services, or self-led tools and resources.

With a focus on prevention, nib foundation has committed to support Lifeline Australia to develop and launch the online self-help toolkit. The toolkit enables helpseekers to take ownership of their experience and navigate self-help resources, articles, stories and support tools that they can use every day to maintain their mental health and wellbeing.

This builds on nib’s support in 2020, which helped Lifeline Australia expand Lifeline Text, to meet the increased demand for mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic. This included 10,000 additional crisis interventions on top of other crisis support services and the recruitment and training of 60 new volunteers.

Mental Health is the biggest issue across AFL clubs and playing groups, the wellbeing of everyone involved in the game is a “growing focus’ for the league.

Through AFL’s support of Lifeline, together we help to reduce the stigma of mental health issues and promote mental health and wellbeing for football communities.

AFL is supporting the Lifeline network through Club, community engagement, education, and importantly, fundraising. With the AFL’s support, we will be able to both increase the number of volunteers we can recruit and train each year and extend Lifeline services, including new channels like Lifeline Text so that we can answer every call for help.

The Buildcorp Foundation’s mission is to provide a common vehicle to maximise the collective, giving spirit of their team and business partners, to those initiatives and organisations dear to the Buildcorp community. Buildcorp Foundation has been supporting Lifeline since 2015.

According to the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, men aged 15 to 24 working in construction are twice as likely as other young males in the community to take their own lives. They're also six times more likely to die from suicide than from a workplace accident.

The Foundation has so far enabled the recruitment, training, and technology needed for additional telephone Crisis Supporters, helping Lifeline respond to the increasing number of requests for help received each day.


Drummond Golf founded Golf Fore a Cause in 2013 and has proudly supported Lifeline as their key beneficiary since 2020. Drummond Golf’s commitment over the first three years of the Partnership and donates a portion of the sales from their Golf Fore a Cause and Lifeline merchandise which can be bought by the public in-store.

Drummond Golf’s contribution supports the essential Lifeline voice, text and chat services run 24/7 to ensure that Australian’s can access support anytime, anywhere, any channel.

Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) has a vision to build, support and protect better retirement outcomes for our customers and their families. At CSC, mental health can profoundly impact people’s lives now and in retirement - particularly for CSC’s members in the Australian Public Service and Defence Force.

The CSC and Lifeline partnership is part of CSC’s commitment to work with trusted organisations that offer value to customers and their families, allowing CSC to give back to our community in ways that matter.

The partnership will support Lifeline in answering every call for help and will also work to destigmatise mental ill-health, engage CSC staff and customers in the mental health conversation, ultimately improving the wellbeing of some of the most vulnerable in our community.

How can your organisation get involved?

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