Please give now so we can do more for people who need urgent help.
Calls to our free counselling service have more than doubled.
So many of our fellow Australians need extra help with mental health issues. Sometimes it is COVID related. Sometimes not. The fact is, more and more people are calling us in desperate need of support.
Every year some 1-million people rely on SANE as a resource for support, information, advice, advocacy and awareness.
Tens of thousands access the SANE Help Centre for our telephone counselling, and this service is funded only by our generous supporters.
“I’m so grateful for the fact that the SANE helpline exists and that, this goes to all the staff, they are literally saving lives. They are literally my superheroes. I hope they realise how meaningful their work is…”
In the lead up to 30 June, our corporate partner Reece has generously committed to double all gifts to SANE up to $50,000 for this appeal. With this generous commitment now is a great time to make your gift go further.
At SANE, we are dedicated to being there for the community of up to 5-million Australians affected by mental health problems, their families and carers. Right now, we are doing all we can to raise funds for our vital support services and recruit additional counsellors and peer support workers so we can meet the unprecedented demand.
We also want to provide additional training for our counsellors to ensure the highest level of support and care is delivered to those who need it most.
Reece has been a vital supporter of SANE’s helpline and in the lead up to 30 June, they have generously agreed to match all donations up to $50,000 for this appeal – which means that any donation you make right now will be doubled.
Every dollar you give goes directly to changing the future for people living with mental health issues.
By making a gift today, you are saying you stand with SANE, and we thank you wholeheartedly.
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helps support a 20-minute call with a Help Centre Counsellor
supports a 60-minute online peer group session
supports the cost of recruiting and training a Help Centre Counsellor