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Website for Lifeline

  • Alyka News
  • Technical

20 Feb 2017

Lifeline WA are an organisation that work towards putting an end to suicide. They do this by providing educational resources, a crisis support online chat, intensive training, as well as a 24 hr telephone crisis support helpline. 
Australia has seen a climbing rate of suicide numbers over the last few years, especially among young men,  for a number of years. So when we saw the opportunity to work alongside Lifeline WA and assist them in preventing these growing statistics, we couldn't wait to get started. 
Lights for Lifeline is an annual fund drive coordinated by Lifeline WA with the goal to raise money that can go into the delivery of the life-changing services that they offer. We were invited to assist with the construction of their new website, which would be a replacement for an existing page that was starting to look a little tired. We were excited to help in any way we could. Working alongside 3 other premia Perth agencies, including  Anthologie, Hunter Communications, and Cathy Fogliani Event Consultant, we jumped to work on building something beautiful.
Taking a design created by Anthologie, we were able to build a great, power-packed website that quickly became an asset to the campaign. The fully responsive content management system provided flexibility and a functionality that the growing campaign required allowing Lights for Lifeline to raise $180,000 in donations. This amount will go to answering over 7,300 phone calls, assisting people in emergencies. Now that's ROI!

If you want to see the result, head to the Lights for Lifeline website. To find out more information about Lifeline WA's incredible work, check out their website. You might find you have something to contribute.