Great East Swim
Date: 22 June 2013
Distance: 1 mile open water
Venue: Alton Water, Suffolk
Entry : Secure your place through the organisers website in order to fundraise for Mind
About the challenge
Lots of us already know how great it can feel to get out into green spaces and take some exercise. Add to that the chance to achieve your goals, and raise money to change the lives of people experiencing mental health problems, and you have a truly wonderful day.
We are very pleased to be one of the partner charities in this exciting open water challenge. The one mile swim takes place at Alton water, in the midst of Suffolk's beautiful countryside.
Do good, feel great: Jump in and swim for Mind!
Secure your place in this fantastic event directly through the organisers' website, and once your place is confirmed remember to get back in touch with us to start your fundraising for Mind. We're looking for a fantastic team of people to join our Great East Swim team, and hope that you decide to swim for Mind.
We pride ourselves on giving everyone who joins our Mind thesupport, inspiration and admiration they deserve! After all, you’ll be raising money for a fantastic cause – one that saves lives.
We will be with you every step of the way, and offer all our swimmers a fantastic support package including :
- loads of training and fundraising advice
- regular e-newsletter updates
- a Mind T-shirt & swimming hat
- a dedicated and experienced project manager to provide plenty of support and advice.
We will do everything we can to ensure that you thoroughly enjoy your Great East Swim experience!
If you require further information, please contact us using this form, or call us on 0871 872 1144.
Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. By joining our team you will enable us to continue to provide support to the 1 in 4 people who experience mental distress in their life times.
Your sponsorship money will go towards important services such as the Mind Infoline. We have a dedicated team who respond to nearly 30,000 enquiries a year from people in need of information and support, many of whom are in crisis and have nowhere else to turn.