We are just one week away from Hope Cycle 2021, our inaugural 390km virtual cycling tour across Australia for mental health and suicide prevention. Have you registered yet?
The Hope Cycle is unlike any other cycling event. Riding across Australia’s diverse landscape will shine a light on the vast distance across which crisis support, mental health and suicide prevention services are needed by the more than 1 million Australians who reach out to Lifeline every year so they don’t have to face their darkest moments alone.
Your participation in The Hope Cycle will go a long way towards raising awareness of Lifeline Australia’s local footprint and supporting our ability to sustain these critical services delivered by our 41 Lifeline centres in local communities across every state and territory. Can we count on you to ride with us?
By joining us for The Hope Cycle you can help provide hope and support for Aussies in need.
Register now for The Hope Cycle and help us raise $50,000 to sustain the delivery of our vital crisis support services for those experiencing their darkest moments, including communities impacted by COVID-19, bushfires and ongoing drought across Australia.
By registering for the event, your $39 entry fee will automatically be donated to Lifeline Australia, so you’ll be supporting our efforts from the second you sign up.
$39 can fund a potentially lifesaving call for help that Lifeline receives every 30 seconds. The last year alone saw a surge in calls made to Lifeline as people looked for hope and connection. As we continue to navigate this period of change and uncertainty, your further support is key to ensuring we have sufficient resources to keep up with the rising demand for our services. From sourcing equipment to the recruitment and extensive training of our crisis supporters, you can be the difference that means a call to Lifeline in the next 30 seconds does not go unanswered.
Unite with riders and advocates around the world for The Hope Cycle this month, Judith, and experience the impact and achievement of crossing the finish line at Uluru on World Suicide Prevention Day in support of mental health, crisis support and suicide prevention.
Already registered? Share your Hope Cycle page now to kick off your fundraising and encourage your family, friends and workplace to support your efforts by making a donation.
Together with your help we can ensure no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone.
Naomi Van AnenCommunity