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Volunteer at a Lifeline Shop

The Lifeline Crisis Support and Suicide Prevention 13 11 14 Helpline is solely funded by earnings from the Lifeline North Coast Shops which are located in Hi-Tech Drive, Toormina, West High St, Coffs Harbour, Vernon St, Coffs Harbour, Nambucca Heads and Grafton.

Our Mission at the Lifeline North Coast shops is to continue to support the Lifeline Crisis Support Helpline AND lead the way by providing eco centers for sustainable living.  Everything we do is about being part of the solution in the fight against fast fashion, landfills, and throw-away culture. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to developing a culture of recycling, reusing and repurposing.
What you can expect by volunteering at a Lifeline Shop
Recycle - Reuse - Repurpose

You will be helping to encourage sustainable living by volunteering at one of our eco-stores.

  • You will be selling goods at one of our eco stores or sorting and sending at our central distribution center 
  • You will gain invaluable Retail & Customer Service experience
  • You will be part of an amazing team who are not only crusaders for the Lifeline cause but also have a lot of fun while doing it
Submit an Expression of Interest

The Lifeline 13 11 14 Crisis Support Line is possible only because of the selfless commitment of our Volunteers. 

Our volunteer Lifeline Crisis Supporters are currently responding to one call every 30 seconds, and we need help from our community to make a difference.

Becoming a Crisis Support Worker is rewarding but requires commitment. We have a number of yearly intakes for this training and run our Information Session via our online self-paced information session where you can find out everything you need to know about becoming a Lifeline Crisis Supporter.  

Lifeline’s vision is for an Australia free of suicide, and on a local level you can be part of the solution. Lifeline North Coast needs the support of like-minded people and organisations to join us at the front line of suicide prevention.

Eight Australians die every day by suicide. That’s more than double the road toll, and for each life lost to suicide, the impacts are felt by up to 135 people, including family members, work colleagues, friends, first responders at the time of death.

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