The Raise Foundation offers mentoring and support programs for young people across Australia, including at Marrickville High School and Dulwich High School of Visual Art and Design in my electorate. One in ten young people say that they are unhappy with their lives, and it is clear that the COVID-19 outbreak, lockdown and home-schooling has had a significant impact on the mental health of our young people. During the lockdown, the Raise Foundation has moved much of its mentoring and support online, ensuring young people can still acCess support. Still, a lack of acCess to digital deviCes or to data, or a lack of acCess to private spaCes for learning and mentoring to occur, have been barriers for some students and families. Nonetheless, the extraordinary volunteers working with the program have continued to provide leadership, support and care and I warmly thank Vicki Condon AM, Executive Director, Founder and CEO, and all the staff and volunteers working with the Raise Foundation on this important program. The Raise Foundation is eager to recruit volunteers and I urge anyone in the community looking to work with young people and provide mentoring support to contact the Foundation.