17 September 2022
One in four of us is living with a mental health problem, which is staggering.
Will you join us this September for the first ever in person Mind Walk and fly the flag for better mental health?
You'll be raising funds to help support those of us with a mental health problem. Find out more about how your fundraising makes a difference.
The Mind Walk is a family friendly 10km walk. Bringing people together to raise money and awareness in the fight for mental health. We're asking each person taking part to try and raise £100 to support our services.
Central London, starting on London's Southbank. The route will take in some iconic sights like Parliament, Trafalgar Square and the London Eye!
Walk with us, with your friends and your family on September 17. Together, we’ll make sure the people in power see that they need to do more for those of us with a mental health problem.
Once you register you'll be sent a guide to the Mind Walk. This will have a map of the route, information about Mind and how your fundraising helps us to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone!
A fundraising page will automatically be created for you. We'll also send you a free t-shirt to wear at the Mind Walk, after you receive your first donation! We'll also have flags on the day of the event, where you can write your reason for taking part, to fly high while you walk.
You might find your answer on our Mind Walk FAQs page
Or you can send us an email to [email protected]
Or give us a call on 020 8215 2243 and we'll be more than happy to help.
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The funds you raise by joining in the Mind Walk will help support people like Jess.
With the pressures of her job as a nurse during the pandemic, she realised she was struggling to cope. She reached out to a mental health helpline to have someone to talk to.
By supporting Mind, you're helping make sure that more people like Jess don’t face a mental health problem alone.
people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year
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