17 DEC 2018
These events are a great way to bring communities together and foster friendships.
Friends for Good have started a regular community lunch program in St Albans, a suburb in Melbourne’s west, which is the second most disadvantaged suburb in metropolitan Melbourne.
To find out more or to volunteer, please contact us.
13 NOV 2018
Friends for Good was proud to present our first national conference, The Australian Loneliness Dialogue: Breaking Down the Stigma of a Hidden Suffering.
The aim of the conference was to work together to understand loneliness in our communities, raise the profile of this issue and to develop recommendations for actions required by government, policy makers and practitioners.
17 APR 2018
The support line will be available for anyone who needs to reconnect, feels lonely or just wants a chat.
FriendLine is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6pm – 8pm.
To find out more about the service, please contact us.
1 APR 2017
TimeWeTalked was a campaign set up to help learn more about loneliness by answering a completely anonymous survey and to provide a space for people to talk about their experiences.
With the help of the community, we were able to gather vital information about loneliness from over 1,700 responses which helped us launch new initiatives to fight loneliness.View the results
13 AUG 2016
With little known about loneliness and a stigma to overcome, Friends for Good aims to raise awareness of the causes and effects of loneliness in the community.
We have started the conversation on social media to identify loneliness as the enormous problem that it is.
Please join the conversation on our Facebook page or blog and discover ways to help yourself or others overcome loneliness.Facebook Our Blog