Every little bit helps
By donating to Postvention Australia, you are helping support the thousands of individuals and families who are bereaved by suicide every day. You are also supporting our hard-working volunteers who give their time to ensure those bereaved by suicide are receiving the resources they need.
Other ways to support Postvention Australia
There are many opportunities to volunteer for Postvention Australia which can include assistance for events and conferences, as well as fundraising.
Volunteering your time and skills at Postvention Australia is a rewarding experience.
Please contact us through the following link to enquire about volunteering opportunities.
Building Meaningful Connections.
One of the key areas in our work is the quality of meaningful connections that we build. There are a number of ways you can partner with us to increase your reach, impact and networks.
Australia is facing a national suicide emergency.
Together we can make a difference.
Each year in Australia, approximately 3 ,300 people take their own lives, the equivalent of nine lives lost per day - more than double the number of people lost to road death. Some cohorts are even harder hit such as Indigenous Australians and members of both CALD and LGBTQIA+ communities, along with returned service people all being more than twice at risk than the mainstream community. New research shows that for each suicide death, up to 25 people attempt suicide and approximately 135 people are directly affected by suicide loss, which means there are up to 82,500 attempted suicides and 450,000 people in Australia are affected by suicide loss each year.