Plan your own fundraiser and help us fight for better mental health. From zumbathons to fancy dress discos - whatever you choose to do, we're here to support you all the way.
The outbreak of coronavirus is affecting all our lives in lots of different ways. If your fundraising plans have been postponed or cancelled, we’ve put together a selection of ideas for virtual fundraising that you can do from home instead.
When you register with us, we'll send you a fundraising welcome pack with lots of help and advice.
Find out how to:
- Plan a successful fundraising event
- Set up an online fundraising page
- Maximise your fundraising
- Share your event on social media
You'll also find lots of fundraising ideas and inspiration from other fundraisers.
Our supporter hub has all of the training and fundraising support you need for your event, in one place. Check out our tips, guides and templates to help you make your fundraiser a success.
Want to do something active?
Organise your own trekking, running, cycling or swimming challenge and help us raise money to fight for better mental health.
Do your own overseas
From climbing the Great Wall of China to cycling to Paris, choose your own challenge abroad.
Do your own run
Sign up for a running event and fundraise for Mind, or do your own running fundraiser.
Do your own active event
Whether walking, swimming, cycling or something else, there are many active ways to fundraise for Mind.
Need some ideas?
There's so many ways to fundraise for Mind. You can do anything, so feel free to get creative!
Put on a show
Ian produced a musical in 48 hours, to fundraise for Mind and challenge his anxiety.
Do a beauty challenge
Stephanie completed a world-record attempt to paint 6,078 sets of nails in 24 hours.
Set yourself a dare
Dom bleached his hair, did a skydive and played golf dressed as a parrot for his dare-a-day challenge.
Where does the money go?
people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year
queries answered by our helplines in 2022-2023
times someone accessed our mental health information in 2022 - 2023