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Support your mental health next January by doing something active every single day.
If it’s running 5k, or walking to work a new way, a morning swim or taking the bike for a spin, register your interest to join the thousands of people around the UK that are going to be kick-starting their 2020 in the most positive way.
With a growing community of 65,000 REDers, you’ll never be alone. Keep up to speed with all the latest RED January news and connect with REDers from across the UK by joining the RED community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter; @redjanuaryuk. Support is on hand at every step, splash and pedal of the way!
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31 January 2020
Mind is proud to be continuing their exclusive partnership with RED January, a community initiative that encourages you to support your mental health by doing something active every single day. RED January can provide you with a goal and a focus in a characteristically tough month, empowering you to start the year as you mean to go on. All achievements are celebrated, no matter how big or small and the RED community is there to support you every step of the way.
To date, the RED community has raised almost £1.7million, helping to continue our vital services. Many in the RED community are benefiting directly from our information and resources.
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"RED made January 2018 the best January I can remember having in my adult life with regards to my mental health... I have never felt more supported and encouraged to speak openly and honestly about my feelings. Being active every day has had a huge impact on my confidence and mental wellbeing."
Fellow REDer, Pete, called the infoline last year when he needed help. Pete has continued to support Mind since and knows how important this service is.
He's recorded a special video message of thanks to you all and we'd love for you to watch it.
Read our infographic to see how your donations will make a difference across all of Minds services.
people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year
queries answered by our helplines in 2016/17.
people accessed our information in 2016/2017