We did it again! WINGs of Hope supporters enter the Sydney Running Festival event every year, taking them across the iconic Sydney Harbour bridge and raising funds for WINGS of Hope projects.
Not only were they sweating it out to complete a gruelling course over the Harbour Bridge, they also raised much needed funds in memory of our loved ones. Wings of Hope would like to thank all our supporters who helped us to raise close to $1600! Thank you to our runners, fundraisers and those supporters who attended the brunch after the run. We truly appreciate the amazing support via donations this year and hope to see you again next year at our annual get together. See the photos of our special day.Read More
Saturday 13th April 2013, the world’s most famous surfer Kelly Slater will join NSW rugby stars on Manly beach, Australia, for a celebrity surfing competition. The Waratahs & Komunity Project Surf Pro Am tournament brings together world-famous surfers, rugby players and celebrities to raise money for the charity Surfers Against Suicide (SAS). SAS has chosen to support WINGS of Hope’s postvention community initiatives.Read More
Saturday, 17 November, 2012 is International Survivors of Suicide Day and this weekend, registered harm prevention charity WINGS of Hope will host a special Remembrance Gathering at Balmoral, NSW.
Click here to download the Media Release: Media Release: Remembrance Gathering November 2012Read More
We hold volunteering opportunities each year, whether it is helping out at one of our social or support events, or with one of our projects, if you’d like to give something back and get involved please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wings of Hope holds Ansvar Community Services Organisation Insurance.Read More
WINGS of Hope is thrilled to announce a give-away of family tickets to visit Wildlife Sydney Zoo. There will be 44 tickets given away and this is all made possible by through WINGS of Hope’s charitable partnership with Singtel Optus.
This give-away promotion is intended for the benefit of families within the WINGS of Hope community who have been affected by suicide loss.Read More
You are not alone in your loss.
- In 2006, Australian suicides accounted for nearly 1/5 of all deaths amongst young men aged 20 to 34.
- Suicide remains a major external cause of death, accounting for more deaths in Australia than transport accidents.
Australian Bureau of Statistics data.