From 1 – 23 June, Camberwell Grammar School pushed for better Mental Health in Australia by joining the Push-Up Challenge. With 329 participants in the School Community from across our students, staff, Alumni, and parents, the community managed to raise over $30,200, with an impressive number of 445,000 push-ups over the month.

Mental health is one of the biggest issues facing Australians and every 1 in 5 Australians — about 4 million people — suffers from a mental illness. We were pleased to be able to assist Lifeline with the important work they do in this space.

We congratulate student Henry Shirrefs (Year 12) and his team of students who ran the campaign along with Mr Josh Holding. It was great to see the community come together to make this into something so special.