Make a Move  
For Mental Health

1-31 October

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Challenge yourself

Suicide remains the leading cause of death among young Australians. But, your moves can help change this.

Dedicate 15, 30 or 60 minutes to improving your wellbeing every day throughout October. You can challenge yourself with physical activities like running, or with self-care activities like meditation; either way you’ll be doing something positive to help young people. 

How it Works



Getting started is easy. It's FREE to sign up as an individual, with your colleagues, family or friends.


Set Your

Dedicate time 15, 30 or 60 minutes every day in October to either move your body, improve your state of mind, or a combination of both!



Spread the word and start raising money for youth suicide prevention.


a move

On 1 October, start moving. You can move any way, anywhere, you like.


Track Your

Log in daily to record your mental health minutes and keep your sponsors up-to-date!

About the challenge

When you dedicate 15, 30 or 60 minutes every day throughout October to move your body, improve your state of mind – or a combination of both – you'll be making a positive move for your own wellbeing while you raise funds for ReachOut Australia. You’ll feel better and you’ll be making a positive move to save young lives.

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About the cause

1 in 4 young Australians is currently experiencing a mental health difficulty. But there’s an even bigger problem: 70% of those who need help don’t get it. And, suicide remains the leading cause of death of young Aussies. In 2019, 461 young people in Australia died by suicide.

After friends and family, the internet is the first place young people turn to for information and support. That’s where comes in.

ReachOut is there – 24/7 – for whatever life throws at them. With tools, tips, advice for everything from dealing with exam stress to understanding how to get help for an issue that’s worrying them, provides practical tools designed just for their needs, even when they don’t know what they’re looking for.

ReachOut helps young people get well, be well and stay well, provides connection and shared stories through peer support, and builds confidence to seek professional help, if needed.

And, even more than that, ReachOut helps the people young people turn to for support by providing information, peer support, one-on-one telephone support for parents and carers, and resources for schools and educators.