If you’re interested in making a real difference to the lives of people who in crisis, we would like to hear from you.
Between 180 and 220 volunteers work to ensure that the Lifeline Adelaide phones are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Our volunteers undergo significant training to develop the specialist skills required to support people in crisis.
Why volunteer with Lifeline Adelaide?
As well as doing something positive to support your community, there are a number of personal benefits to volunteering with us:
- personal and professional growth
- potential career opportunities
- learning new skills and experiencing new things
- meeting people and making new friends
- becoming a valued member of the Lifeline Adelaide community
- training and development opportunities.
Who can become a Lifeline volunteer?
Lifeline looks for people from all walks of life who would like to make a commitment to do regular volunteer work. You will be willing to learn new skills, support others and support our vision and values.
What does it involve?
Volunteers complete specialist training to become accredited Crisis Supporters. Please contact Lifeline Administration for further information.