16 Sep 2022

Putting their hearts into skipping challenge

Over the course of Term Two, 47 students across participated in the Jump Rope for Heart skipping challenge, raising an amazing total of $6,250.86 for the Heart Foundation. 

Many of the students who participated went above and beyond in their fundraising efforts such as Year Three student Koa Wilson who raised $556, as well as Year Two student Liam Murphy who raised just shy of $500. Four students managed to reach a total north of $300, while four others managed to reach the $200 mark – an incredible all-round effort. 

As a thank you for their skipping and fundraising exploits, at the end of Term Three, each participating student received a certificate of appreciation and small gift from the Heart Foundation. 

The students’ collective efforts will help support Australians living with heart disease by contributing to the funding of high-impact research, as well as by building community awareness around living a heart-healthy lifestyle.