The Mandurah Forum will be giving Lifeline WA a hand lighting up the lives of West Australians struggling with mental health this Christmas.
The shopping centre signed up to Lifeline’s Lights for Lifeline campaign, which aims to raise funds for the organisation’s mental health and suicide prevention services
Lifeline WA provides 24h crisis support and suicide prevention services to Western Australians going through a personal crisis or thinking about suicide.
Between December 1 and December 22, customers shopping at the Forum will receive a star sticker with their purchase to put up on the Lights for Lifeline feature wall, located in the passageway between Coles and Kmart.
Each star represents a $1 donation from the Forum, who have set their target on $5000.
“Although Christmas is a time of joy, sharing and family for most, Mandurah Forum recognise that the festive season can be a really tough time for some, and Lifeline provides a light for people reaching out for support during a dark moment in their lives,” Forum manager Jacqueline McKenzie said.
“We hope the community will get involved and give back to support this important cause which touches out local community.”
Mental health support is available by calling Lifeline on 131 114, or beyondblue on 1300 22 46 36.