UPDATED: Junior School vs Secondary School vs Canterbury Staff | Inhouse Sudsy Challenge Fundraiser For Orange Sky Australia

There’s nothing like a bit of friendly and healthy in-house competition when it’s all for a great cause…

And this cause is Orange Sky Australia’s The Sudsy Challenge – raising much-needed funds and awareness for their FREE mobile laundry and warm shower services, and genuine conversations for the homeless.

Now the Junior School’s Years 5-6 student leaders, cohorts and staff – the 90+ member strong ‘Canterbury College Super Suds!’ – already enjoy a massive 3-week head-start, and hosted a hugely successful Junior School Sudsy Challenge Sausage Sizzle and other fundraising efforts, to reach a staggering $19,650!

They have easily raised enough money to earn their official bright orange The Sudsy Challenge t-shirts to wear for three days straight at the end of Term 3 for the ‘keeping our kit on’ challenge.

Here is the Junior School dedicated The Sudsy Challenge donations webpage HERE.

Meanwhile, our Secondary School just kicked off their own campaign on Thursday, with all Houses working together behind the Kime House Tigers, who are spearheading the fundraising and awareness for Years 7-12.

Their core activity is also getting heaps of volunteers sponsored to wear the official bright orange The Sudsy Challenge t-shirts for three days straight, to raise money for the cause during Week 10 (Last Week, Term 3) from Wednesday 13 – Friday 15 September.

To date, ‘Canterbury Secondary’ have raised $2,446 with five long weeks still to go!

Here is the Secondary School dedicated The Sudsy Challenge donations webpage HERE.

So which campus will you be supporting in this friendly in-house challenge?

Or… Maybe you want to support the Canterbury Staff fundraiser directly HERE and add to their $132.

Or… Just contribute to the entire Canterbury College combined total HERE which currently stands at $22,450!!

To be honest, it doesn’t really matter as either way Orange Sky Australia and our local Logan area homeless are the winners!

Orange Sky Australia have provided Australians doing it tough with over 1.9 million kilograms of free laundry, 20,000 showers and 330,000 hours of genuine and non-judgmental conversation across 36 service locations around this country – super boosted by this annual The Sudsy Challenge campaign.

Secondary School The Sudsy Challenge Full Story HERE.

Junior School The Sudsy Challenge Sausage Sizzle Story HERE.

Canterbury College The TODAY Show The Sudsy Challenge TV Appearance Story HERE.


Secondary School: Mr Chris Nield – Director of Student Development – 

Junior School: Mrs Joelene Anderson – Leadership & Community Coordinator (Junior School) –