Lifeline Shops are very grateful of quality furniture donations. We offer a free pick-up service if you are in the Newcastle or Lake Macquarie Region. To arrange a furniture pick-up at a time that suits you, please contact us on
02 4940 2040
Lifeline Newcastle & Hunter is gratefully for donations of clothing, bric-a-brac, books, homewares, manchester, shoes, bags and accessories. If you have donations please contact us to find out the most appropriate way to donate
02 4940 2071
Unfortunately the Lifeline Donation Bins have been removed for maintenance for the time being. If you have donations please contact us to find out the most appropriate way to donate your items.
Have you heard of our Corporate Bins Program? Your workplace can help support Lifeline Newcastle & Hunter by organising a donation bin at your workplace, for a short period of 1-2 weeks. This allows staff to make donation at their convenience. At the end of the specified period, the donations are collected and bins removed. If you are interested in taking part in this program please call Mandy:
02 4940 2013.
Lifeline’s 13 11 14 service is staffed by trained volunteer Telephone Crisis Supporters who are ready to take calls Australia wide 24-hour a day, seven days a week. If you, or someone you know needs crisis support, call Lifeline now on 13 11 14.Details
Counselling can help you to increase your ability to deal with stress and stressful situations, look at areas of personal growth and build on your strengths.Details
The Lifeline Financial Counselling Service is here to listen and help people and small business facing financial difficulties.Details
This program provides counselling, training and suicide prevention services across the Singleton and Muswellbrook regions.Details
The Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and Hunter region is supported by many government and not-for-profit organisations, dedicated to the emotional, financial and mental health of the community.Details
By volunteering your time and skills to Lifeline you can help people in crisis. We currently have over 500 volunteers in the Newcastle, Hunter & Central Coast regions.Details
"You really did save my life tonight. I was very very close to doing something silly."
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but talking to someone was the first step to getting my life back."
"The perspective offered in my lowest moments,
gave me the strength to continue at moments when I could otherwise have given up."