Is your family safe? The commonest cause of death and injury in Australians under the age of 45, male or female, is suicide and attempted suicide, not car accidents or cancer (Australian Bureau of Statistics). 100,000 Australians attempt suicide each year.
Despite our commitment to reduce this suffering and death, our work can’t take effect unless we have the support of our community. Join us as we continue to prevent both suicide and attempted suicide…
We are a registered tax-deductible charity, with minimal overheads, and no one in our Charity is paid a salary or retainer.
We seek Publicity, Donations, Fundraising (workplace campaigns “no-presents parties”, etc) and Practical Help.
If you would like to make a difference by donating your time, money or services, you can contact us directly on email@example.com
A small donation can make a big difference. You can donate safely online at here or by bank deposit :
A/C Name ASPF(Australian Suicide Prevention Fndtn)
BSB (Westpac) 033 058
A/C Number 266 734
All donations are tax deductible.
Public Acknowledgement: The Australian Suicide Prevention Foundation ( incorporating InToughTimesText.org) has been supported for over 20 years by generous donors.
If you wish to be acknowledged on our new site as a major donor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for helping in our work by donation or by advocacy
Clinical Associate Professor David Horgan and the Board of ASPF (see About Us for details).
Important Disclaimer: This site is medical information only, and is not to be taken as diagnosis, advice or treatment, which can only be decided by your own doctor or mental health professional.
For over 20 years we’ve provided Australia-wide suicide prevention to every and any vulnerable Australian, whether they be in metropolitan, rural or isolated areas.
PO Box 222
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Suite 609, 89 High Street
Kew VIC 3101
(+61) 0419 73 72 71
By donating to or otherwise assisting InToughTimesText (a programme from ASPF.org) you are helping hundreds of thousands of people who have or will have suicidal ideas.