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We are challenging you to run 27 miles over 27 days, raising money in solidarity with the 27% of us who report a mental health problem at uni.
01 March 2020
27 March 2020
27 March 2020
27 27 is our new virtual run for students.
You'll have 27 days to complete your challenge to run 27 miles. You can do this in your own time and at your own pace, alone or as a group in whatever way feels most comfortable for you.
Join the student running revolution raising money for better mental health.
Never forget that you're doing something incredible, raising money and awareness for mental health.
Whether you are a seasoned runner or a first-timer, Mind will be with you every step of the way. We offer all our runners a fantastic support package:
You can send us an email using the link below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.
More students are experiencing mental health problems than ever before. The number of students reporting a mental health problem is five times greater today than it was ten years ago, while the number of students dropping out because of mental health problems has trebled.
Every student taking part in the 27 27 challenge is sending a clear message: it’s time to take our mental health seriously, and we won’t give up until everyone with a mental health problem gets support and respect.
Mind provides a national voice and local support for anybody experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign against discrimination, fight for better services, and offer information and support. By taking part in 27 27 you’re raising awareness of student mental health and helping us be there for the 27% of us who report a mental health problem while at university.
"As someone with Bipolar Disorder, fundraising for Mind has been an incredible experience. It has been an absolute honour to run for Mind again this year and I could not be more proud."
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