Reach’s Very Uncomfortable Challenge

Reach’s Very Uncomfortable Challenge

Every day we ask teenagers to step outside their comfort zones and confront the stuff that’s scary to them.  Now we’re asking a small group of Australians to do the same by setting a fundraising target and agreeing to do a personal, deeply uncomfortable challenge (like shaving your head, skydiving or getting a tattoo!).

This year, we are thrilled to announce the participation of personalities including Harry Garside, Olympian and former contestant of ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ Aesha Scott, acclaimed cast member of ‘Below Deck’ and also a former contestant of ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ the Rybka Twins, well-known social media influencers in partnership with Joy Street.

Thank you for your support and in backing this initiative in its second year year! Registrations stay open for the month of March, we would love for you to have a think about what your challenge could be and to sign up by clicking the link below!

The website is also open if you would like to make any donations to participants.

Where will the money go?

All funds raised as part of the Very Uncomfortable Challenge will go directly to the Reach Foundation.

For three decades, Reach has been inspiring young people to believe in themselves to get the most out of life. The money will go towards running our preventative mental health programs and equipping young people across the country with the skills they need to conquer life’s challenges.

So, be as brave as a teenager, face your fears and get uncomfortable.  SIGN UP HERE.