Across the state, book lovers gather for their local Lifeline Bookfest and thrifty shoppers rummage through Lifeline $2 Clothing Sale bargains, hoping to discover a gem.


People honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with us at a NAIDOC event and celebrate their sexuality alongside us at Pride festival.


And it’s people like you that make this possible. From our generous volunteers, to our fabulous partakers — we couldn’t do it without you. Come and say hello — we’d love to meet you at an event near you!


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Everyone should be capable of responding with care and confidence to people doing it tough.


Education is key — we offer practical training in offices, schools and worksites across Queensland, so colleagues and peers are well-equipped to have difficult conversations and respond appropriately if someone shares about their experiences with mental health.


Co-designing and collaboration are also key to fostering a safe and supportive culture; learn more about this in our collaborative leadership training.


Often these skills aren’t just useful between 9am and 5pm or during the work or school day, and we hope you take them home and back into your community.

Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter training
Learn how to support someone in crisis when they call the Lifeline 13 11 14 Crisis Line and potentially save their life.
Peer Skills
Teaching young people how to support one another in Queensland schools.
Lifeline Corporate Training
Up skill your team to create a mentally healthy workplace where people feel safe to discuss difficult emotions.