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Chris Meaney

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Meaney Loses it for Lifeline

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In December, I was one of three young survivors to share their story for the ABC2 documetary SUICIDE AND ME. I have since been asked to become an RUOK Day community ambassador, and have featured in the 2014 Fundraising initiatives for Lifeline. It was around the time of airing that I decided it was time to turn my life around and get my butt moving. 

It seemed only logical to use this as an opportunity to gain some motivation and try to aid Lifeline through a fundraiser to continue the incredibly difficult work they to do support individuals in times of crisis and indeed when people are at their very worst. Please consider donating to support Lifeline and get behind me as I struggle to continue on my own weightloss journey.

It should also be noted that for every kilogram I lose during 2014, I will be donating $5. Whilst participation in my own "Weightloss-a-thon" of sorts is appreciated, any donation is more than appreciated.
 

In Australia, every day, 6 people will end their life through suicide. That makes suicide the biggest killer for people aged 15-45. Bigger than road tolls, bigger than heart disease, bigger than cancer… I am not going to throw stats at you though. Given these numbers, I would imagine that everyone reading this has had their life touched by suicide in some way.

 

Lifeline is an organisation that has been preventing suicide and offering crisis support for 50 years. We are free to access, available to everyone, non-judgemental and anonymous. We are also here to listen, to remind people that they are not alone, that help is available, and that their life is worth saving.

And so I am approaching you and asking for your generous support for this cause. Please sponsor me and help me raise funds to allow Lifeline to continue saving lives.

 

You will be able to follow my progress (plus additional insights into how my mind works and how I see the world) via my twitter feed: https://twitter.com/exphate

 

If you would like to know more about Lifeline, please visit our website (www.lifeline.org.au), or ask me any questions you may have. As ever, if you are in need of support please reach out to us, either through our 13 11 14 crisis line (24/7), or through the online crisis support available on our website (8pm – 4am).

 

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Lifeline Australia

Lifeline’s 24/7 telephone line - 13 11 14 has been providing suicide prevention and crisis support services for over 50 years. Our online crisis support chat service is is available seven days a week from 8pm-4am (AEST). Search 'crisis chat'.

Suicide remains the leading cause of death for Australians aged between 15 and 44 (ABS, Causes of Death 2012)

Each year Lifeline receives over one million contacts from people connecting to care and support by phone, web or face-to-face. To learn more please visit http://www.lifeline.org.au

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