Raise & Repeat

30 Day Challenge

Of every

students in


will have a mental
health issue


will reach out
for support


suffering in

Stepping out of our comfort zone to step up for mental health

Join us to take charge of your own mental health while raising funds for a meaningful cause. Complete a physical or mental challenge that exceeds your comfort zone and repeat it everyday for 30-days. 

No matter how big or small your challenge, our mission is to build healthy habits around exercise, routine, the discussion of mental health and community support. You have complete freedom to choose something achievable, but a little scary and inspiring for those around you. 

Throughout the 30-days we’ll be hosting a series of seminars to support you in your change. We’ll cover topics such as: 

Challenges could include:

Each participant is asked to have a fundraising goal of $500. Our tribe goal is to raise at least $20,000. 

Funds will go towards batyr’s suicide prevention programs.

Suicide is the leading cause of death for young people in Australia


Remember, no matter how big or small your challenge is, you’re going to make a world of difference to someone out there that needs support.

If you’re unsure of your challenge, let us know and we’ll give you a hand.



Luke is the co-owner and director of P.E. Department Gym, located in Potts Point. He’s spent his whole life in the fitness industry and feels deeply passionate about the power of community and exercise to improve mental health. Luke has had his own challenges with mental health. It was the constant pressure of expectations, a busy life, broken relationships and fear of inadequacy that resulted in two years of well-hidden depression. That dark place of silence and loneliness was deeply felt. After his best mate encouraged him to get help, Luke learned to talk about his challenges and embrace change. The cloud has lifted, but the feeling of how his life was touched by mental health issues has left its mark.  To this day, Luke finds it hard to communicate that quiet and trapped feeling which always seems to rear its head without a moment’s notice. Luke is proud to have joined the crusade to eliminate the negative stigma around mental health and to encourage a safe space for anyone struggling.