Lifeline Central West is one of 20 organisations to be chosen by QANTAS to receive a share of $1 million in grants.
The regional grants program will provide $5 million across five years to not for profit organisations in regional Australia.
Central West Lifeline CEO Stephanie Robinson feels that the grant comes at the perfect time.
"This grant will provide an opportunity for Lifeline Central West to travel safely into the regional and remote communities in which it provides services that for the most part receive no funding therefore no resources," she said.
"The bush like never before needs our support. Lifeline Central West aims to support those living in our vast footprint to be suicide safer communities who with support can reduce stigma around mental health and can assist increase community wellbeing and connectedness.
"Together we can make a difference. The partnership between Qantas and Lifeline Central West will increase our ability to be agile in our response to crisis."
The airline company received over 1,200 applicants, and QANTAS CEO John Gissing said the airline was overwhelmed to attract that amount of interest.
"Qantas is very much part of the regional and remote communities we serve, and we believe it's our role to give back and provide as much support as we can to regional Australians," Mr Gissing said.
"I'm delighted we've been able to support 20 outstanding groups through this inaugural round of grants."