Mandurah Forum Lights helping Lifeline WA this Xmas

Helping hands: Children put stars on the feature wall, each worth $1.
Helping hands: Children put stars on the feature wall, each worth $1.

THIS Christmas, shoppers can support the life-saving services of Lifeline WA by getting involved in the Lights for Lifeline campaign at Mandurah Forum.

Throughout December, every shopper will be given a star to put on the Mandurah Forum Lights for Lifeline feature wall with each star representing a $1 donation from the Forum. Mandurah Forum has pledged to donate up to $5000 to Lifeline WA’s crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie said the centre was proud to support Lifeline’s important and life-saving work as mental health and teen suicide issues were prevalent in the Peel region, with 18 suicides recently recorded in a four-month period.

“We hope the community will get |involved and give back to support this |important cause,” she said.

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“Although Christmas is a time of joy, sharing and family for most, Mandurah Forum recognises that the festive season can be a really tough time for some and Lifeline provides a light for people reaching out for support during a dark moment in their lives.

“Until December 22, customers can pick up a star at any of centre stores and play their part by placing their star on the Summer Nights Sky feature wallt.