Christmas cause: lights for Lifeline
Updated: Oct 13, 2021
As the season of giving is now upon us, we are so happy to see the Lights for Lifeline tree lit up in Yagan Square for a third year in a row. This idea was first developed by Nicole and the Hunter team in 2017, to support those suffering from depression and anxiety during the holiday season. The Lights for Lifeline tree is now part of the City’s Christmas Lights Trail.
While the Christmas season is full of joy and festivity, it is also important to remember that many people suffer from depression and anxiety during these busy months The Lights for Lifeline tree will stand tall and bright in Perth’s city centre, symbolising a beacon of hope for those who are battling with mental health. There will be a light to represent each Western Australian that has called Lifeline throughout 2019, and this year there will be more than 47,000 lights on the tree.
You can help support this important cause by donating to Lifeline WA.