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Become a Reverend Alan Walker Fellow

It all began with a single call.

 

Lifeline was founded in 1963 by the late Reverend Dr. Sir Alan Walker, when he took a call from a distressed man called Roy Brown who later took his own life. Determined not to let isolation and lack of support be the cause of more deaths, Sir Alan launched a 24-hour crisis support line. Its inception was formed the message that sits at the heart of what we do:

You don't have to be alone.

Someone who cares is available 24 hours a day

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Why should I become a Reverend Alan Walker Fellow?​

By providing an ongoing donation as a Reverend Alan Walker Fellow your organisation is supporting the provision of crisis support services to our local community and helping us to connect with those in need.

 

Our Reverend Alan Walker Fellows understand the need in our community to support those in crisis. We stand committed in partnership to equipping our community with the skills, tools and understanding to help us work towards an Australia free of suicide. We thank each of our Fellows and encourage you to support those that support Lifeline Macarthur and Western Sydney.

Please complete the form below to partner with us and become a Reverend Alan Walker Fellow.

Our Reverend Alan Walker Fellows

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Become a Reverend Alan Walker Fellow today

If you're interested in becoming a fellow with Lifeline Macarthur, please complete your details below and our team will be in touch within two business days. Thank you for your support.

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