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Bulldogs to continue Lifeline Australia alliance

The Western Bulldogs will partner with Lifeline Australia for a second straight year.

The Western Bulldogs will partner with Lifeline Australia for a second straight year, supporting the management of issues relating to mental health and suicide in the community. 

Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.  Every 30 seconds, a person reaches out to Lifeline for help via phone, chat or text.  

The Bulldogs supported Lifeline’s We’re All Mental Health Supporters campaign in 2021, helping to raise vital funds to enable hundreds of extra crisis supporters to aid with phone and text services. 

“The Western Bulldogs are proud to be partnering with Lifeline Australia for another year, to shine a light on the impact that mental health issues are having in our community, said Club CEO Ameet Bains. 

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The Western Bulldogs will partner with Lifeline Australia for a second straight year, supporting the management of issues relating to mental health and suicide in the community.

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“Lifeline does incredible work with Australians in providing suicide prevention services and mental health guidance – issues which are more prevalent than ever in our society. 

“We were able to achieve great outcomes together in our first year of partnership, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration to support the people of the west and the greater community. 

“Through our various community foundation programs, we’re already focussed on improving the mental health of our participants, and our partnership with Lifeline will only strengthen that commitment.” 

To help raise funds for Lifeline Australia, the Club has again committed to join The Push-Up Challenge for the month of June.  

The challenge invites participants to each complete 3139 push-ups over 24 days - that figure representing the number of lives that were lost to suicide in 2021.  

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Western Bulldogs and are extremely proud to support the Club’s commitment to engaging the local community,” said Lifeline Australia CEO Colin Seery.  

“Through delivering vital programs like the Sons of the West and Daughters of the West, you are doing vital work empowering individuals and communities to be suicide-safe. 

“From grassroots to elite levels, this partnership will deliver a range of mental health awareness and education initiatives across the season. 

“All the funds raised will ensure Lifeline’s critical crisis support and suicide prevention services are accessible to anyone who needs them – anytime, anywhere.  

“Together with the support of the Western Bulldogs and the AFL, we can ensure no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone.”  

For crisis or suicide prevention support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit www.lifeline.org.au  

Head to the pushupchallenge.com.au to sign up and push for better mental health. 

To donate to Lifeline, visit the website or call 1800 800 768.   

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