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Information for people in immediate crisis who need help now!

Call Lifeline's 24 hour crisis line on 13 11 14 for support.

If life is in danger call 000.

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Help us answer more calls and provide suicide prevention and crisis support services to all Australians by making a donation today.

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By volunteering for Lifeline not only will you be making a difference to the lives of other Australians who use the 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, across Australia. Lifeline Canberra relies on support from the community to answer the crisis support line, raise funds and run the iconic Bookfair events.

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Online Bookstore

Lifeline Canberra earns a major part of its funding by selling thousands of donated items at our three Bookfairs. We offer a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books for all ages, as well as magazines and pamphlets, comic books and atlases, records, CDs and DVDs, games and puzzles.

A limited selection of our rarer, more valuable or collectable items is available for purchase from our online bookstore catalogue.

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08 June 2016

Dare to Care

Posted in Building Community Resilience

Meet Lifeline Canberra’s newest representative, the Dare to Care Bear.

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As his name suggests, Dare is all about caring; caring for ourselves and each other. Follow us on social media to see Dare’s advice and tips on how we can support each other, and take care of ourselves!

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You can purchase your very own Dare for $50 - contact us today!

The cost of a life changing call for Lifeline Canberra is $26. The proceeds from each of these bears will go directly to our local 13 11 14 crisis support service, whereby every bear sold will help change a life and contribute to saving more lives in our community.

RELATED Read a feel-good story about how Dare was born - Local women save 50 lives


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