Minimum fundraising target
Paid for by QBE
Tough Mudder is a muddy obstacle event to get you having fun and raising funds.
With events across the country and a distance to suit you, you can join your colleagues from QBE for a day of obstacle fun, teamwork and party vibes you won't get anywhere else.
You can also look forward to partying into the afternoon with bars, food stalls and music to help you celebrate with your team.
Tough Mudder locations, dates and distances:
|21st & 22nd May||London West||Culden Faw||5k, 10k and 15k|
|30th & 31st July||Yorkshire||Broughton Hall||5k, 10k and 15k|
|13th & 14th August||Morden Park||London||5k and 10k|
|20th & 21st August||South West||Badminton Estate||5k, 10k and 15k|
|10th & 11th September||North West||Cholmondeley Estate||5k, 10k and 15k|
|24th & 25th September||London South||Holmbush Estate||5k, 10k and 15k|
|22nd & 23rd October||Manchester||Heaton Park||5k and 20k|
QBE are paying the registration fee of staff wanting to take part. You will still need to raise £300 in sponsorship to go towards our important work.
Once you're registered with Mind, you'll be sent an email from us with a unique voucher code to also officially register with Tough Mudder and choose your location and distance.
Please make sure you compete your official registration as soon as you receive the email.
To get started with your fundraising, we recommend setting up a fundraising page with JustGiving. Our sponsors pay directly through your page, and we automatically receive your sponsorship money.
As part of Team Mind we'll support you all the way! You'll get:
If you have any questions about event day or preparing for your Tough Mudder event, you might find it helpful to read the Tough Mudder FAQs.
For general queries about fundraising for Mind, you might find your answer in our Fundraising FAQs.
Or 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.
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