Thank you for choosing to fundraising for Sport in Mind! It’s thanks to the support of AMAZING people like you that our charity is able to help aid the recovery of people experiencing mental health problems.
Whether you’re looking to have a little cake sale or run a marathon, every single penny you raise will make a difference to our charity and people living with mental illness.Need some inspiration for fundraising ideas? Please see our A-Z of fundraising ideasOur Fundraising Promise
I want to help fundraise for Sport in Mind as I know first hand and from other people’s experiences close to me how hugely beneficial sport is for improving mental health.
I would like to raise awareness and donate to mental health in sports
Mental health is really on the radar at the moment, so I’d really like to raise even more awareness and help raise money towards your charity.
To raise awareness of mental health and the benefits that a healthy relationship with exercise can have
Celebrating the end of UK lockdown to raise money for those who have struggled during the pandemic.
We love what you do!
Red January challenge to raise money for Sport in mind !
An important charity promoting health and well being
Mental Health Specialist Nurse working with People with Learning Disabilities in the Reading Community
Sport in mind is a wonderful organisation, an Allie to the NHS,helping people to use their natural resources to keep a steady balance or to improve their mental state
Currently reading an MSc in Clinical Psychology and in the process of completing my Personal Training qualification - it has become so important especially in these times how physical and mental health go hand in hand
Throughout my life, playing sports has been a major part of my life. Over recent years, sport has improved my mental health significantly and I believe mental health is such a prominent matter at all times. I have always loved and played football throughout my whole life but during this lockdown period I have been cycling a lot and it has helped me to be a happier person. Being able to raise awareness for mental health whilst doing something I love will be an absolute privilege.