Make it your 84

Make it your 84!

Did you know that 84 men per week in the UK tragically take their own lives? It’s a staggering statistic that highlights the urgent need for increased mental health support and awareness in our communities.

That’s why we’re thrilled to announce our upcoming 84-day fitness challenge! We’re dedicating 84 days to raising awareness and funds for mental health initiatives that can truly make a difference.

Here’s how it works: Sign up today and pledge to complete your own personal fitness challenge over the course of 84 days. Whether you choose to do 84 sit-ups a day, swim 84 lengths, walk 8,400 steps a day, cycle 84 miles, or any other activity that inspires you, EVERY EFFORT COUNTS. Complete the challenge on your own, as a team or class group, or with the family.

 This challenge is about doing it YOUR way and making a meaningful impact. 

Why not ask friends and family to help you raise £84 in 84 days? You can set up your very own just giving page here:

By getting sponsored for your challenge, you’ll help us raise vital funds to provide essential mental health support services in your area. 

Together, we can break the stigma surrounding mental health and ensure that everyone has access to the support they deserve. 

So lace up your running shoes, dive into the pool, or clear space in the living room for some serious “Joe Wicks lockdown vibes” – whatever gets you moving, join us in this important cause.

Let’s make a difference, one step, one swim, one sit-up at a time. Sign up now and let’s change the stigma around male mental health. 

Every penny that you raise makes a difference:

£5 can help to provide refreshments for a support group, providing a comfortable environment in which to talk and open up in.

£20 secures a venue for a week of empowering support group sessions.

£50 can provide 2,500 text support cards, directing those in crisis to confidential help and support 24/7 throughout communities in the UK.

£150 keeps out information support phones running for a month.

£200 sponsors a free Mental Health First Aid Champion course for a community hero (in a non-profit or a grass roots sports member), enabling them to recognise signs of crisis and offer vital support.

£250 empowers a new peer support facilitator with comprehensive training to lead our support groups each week.

£500 ensures the annual upkeep of our community response vehicles which are a lifeline for crisis response and service promotion across the UK