Come and join Team Lifeline for Auckland’s big annual Round the Bays (RTB) fun run on Sunday 5...
Lifeline selected as a charity recipient for Auckland Garden DesignFest
Lifeline is proud to be selected as a charity recipient by Auckland Garden DesignFest this year....
Parents mark anniversary by raising funds for Lifeline
After losing their 18-year-old son six years ago, Tanya and David Broomhead decided to mark the...
Lifeline to benefit from Park with Purpose
Wilson Parking is hosting ‘Park with Purpose’ this Friday 30 September to celebrate Mental Health...
Lifeline calls for people to reach out to others
Lifeline is encouraging people to reach out to someone they haven’t connected with for a while -...
Happy Bangers tour a sizzler for Lifeline
Lifeline Aotearoa is encouraging New Zealand to get behind a tasty campaign aimed at not only...
George FM steps in to cover shortfall for Lifeline
Unbelievably generous and vital support – that’s how Lifeline Aotearoa is describing the effort by...
Lifeline calls for new donors
Wanted – a new donor or donors to fill the gap following the cancellation of Gisborne’s Rhythm & Vines festival.
You Matter T-Shirts Back for 2021
For a third consecutive year we’re partnering with mental health advocate and fashion designer Marnie Hillier by selling limited edition t-shirts through Mental Health Awareness Week.
Calls and texts to Lifeline almost double since 2019
Calls and texts to helpline Lifeline Aotearoa have spiked up to 88% compared to 2019 and show little sign of slowing, even when lockdown levels drop.
Calls and texts to Lifeline increase
Crisis helpline Lifeline Aotearoa is seeing an increase in complex calls as well as a steady increase in overall calls and texts as lockdown continues in Auckland.
Lifeline records busiest text month ever
Lifeline Aotearoa’s text support service recorded its busiest month ever in April with more than 30,000 texts sent and received.