We're walking to raise awareness for everyone affected by mental health problems. We're fundraising for all of us who are just about coping and for those who can't get support, so no one has to face a mental health problem alone.
17 October 2020
17 October 2020
16 October 2020
Minimum fundraising target
Unless accompanied by a responsible adult
Archbishop's Park, London
We are sorry to confirm that due to the current situation with the outbreak of coronavirus, The Mind Walk has been postponed until Saturday 17 October 2020.
The Mind Walk is now full. If you would like to join the waiting list please email the team with your name and the number of under 18s (if any) you will be walking with, or, consider joining as a volunteer on the day.
The Mind Walk is our new event for 2020. It's for anyone ready to stick their flag in the ground and take action for better mental health.
We will proudly walk through central London to show that we believe everyone with a mental health problem should feel able to talk openly and ask for help.
Every person taking part in The Mind Walk will be raising awareness of mental health problems. Your fundraising goal of £100 will help us carry on giving vital support and every donation represents a conversation about mental health that could make all the difference.
The Mind Walk will start and finish in Archbishop's Park near London's South Bank. It will take a route along the north and south banks of the Thames, passing by iconic sites like the Battersea power station, Chelsea Bridge and the Houses of Parliament. The route is about 10km long but this is an event about standing up and being counted. There will be no race to the finish line, just an incredible community of walkers who are ready to see a change. Find out more in our FAQs.
When your register to take part in The Mind Walk you'll get a welcome pack in the post with all the information you need to get started with fundraising. When you get your first donation towards your fundraising goal you'll get a T-shirt for the event.
Leading up to the event we'll keep you up to date with how your fundraising is making a difference and all the information you need for the day.
You might find your answer in our 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.
"I love being a part of something that helps people understand mental health and how someone may be feeling."
people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year
queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.
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