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Gabrielle Olya
August 25, 2016 12:05 PM

Charlie Hunnam has been doing 22 push-ups every day for a week straight – and it’s for a great cause.

The actor, 36, has been raising awareness for veteran suicide prevention by joining 22Kill’s #22PushUpChallenge, which aims to document 22 million total push-ups. The number 22 symbolizes the number of veterans who commit suicide every day.

Celebrities like Chris Evans, Chris Pratt and newlywed Kevin Hart have also stepped up to the plate to raise awareness and show off their fitness. And Pratt and wife Anna Faris completed their push-ups, writing on Instagram, “Please know there are people out there thinking about you, praying for you and who appreciate your sacrifice.”

Related Video: Chris Evans – and His Pooch – Join Scott Eastwood, The Rock and Others in the 22 Push-Up Challenge

While each participant is only expected to do 22 push-ups total, Hunnam has already completed the challenge seven times.

John Krasinski, Scott Eastwood, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Josh Gad and Ludacris have also completed the challenge and nominated friends to join them.

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