I am walking to send a message of hope this World Suicide Prevention Day.
Hey guys! Im sure this is something we all have been touched by in some way. We of all people are seeing the impact of the pandemic and just how much we need supports in place. So if you can please donate, lets get in and help keep our crisis lines alive!!
Flower donated by Erinn Knight
Women who have experienced childhood and sexual violence
You are not, and will never be alone. Your past does not define you, nor does it me. We’re whole, by ourselves and can always move forward. Your part matters, you are light and hope and all you’ll need. Take a breath, it’s ok.
Flower donated by Hilda Reyes
Thanks Lifeline for answering the phone when I felt lost in life and suicidal. I have since found a fellowship of people like me and a Higher Power in my life and a reason to live without drugs and alcohol but you were there when I was lost with no one to talk to.
Flower donated by Kurt Lane
Going through school being bullied and assaulted, lead me into a world of darkness. Diagnosed at 17 with Bipolar 2 & BPD, I entered adulthood with a goal of not living to see my next birthday every year. I attempted suicide a number of times. Thankfully I was never successful,...
Flower donated by Ashlea Aldridge
- Eight Australians die every day by suicide. These are our brothers, sisters, mums, dads, sons, daughters, mates & partners. Our loved ones, irreplaceable people. Over 65,000 Australians make a suicide attempt each year. In 2018, 3,046 Australians ...
Flower donated by Eleanor Ashford
Whilst we may not be able to share the warmth of connection face to face for World Suicide Prevention Day, we hope this garden will be a place to come together, unity in knowing you are not alone.