RUN, WALK, MOVE for better mental health

Jump-start your new year in the best possible way with Step into January 2021

Our Step into January’ campaign is all about getting active during January. It focuses on the benefits of getting active and how this can improve our mental health and increase feelings of wellbeing. Research shows that getting active can reduce anxiety and stress, combat low mood and increase self-esteem – contributing to feeling good on the inside and out.

We know that for some people January can be a difficult month, especially during the current Coronavirus pandemic. This is a great way to jump-start 2021 in a positive way, and raise funds for Hull and East Yorkshire Mind.

Whether it’s a session at the gym, a 5k run or walk, vacuuming the car, or walking the dog – it all counts. We will be there to support you and keep you motivated every step of the way.

Any donations and fundraising also helps us to continue our life-changing work in supporting local people with their mental health.

We will be also unveiling some exciting Step into January merchandise very soon – so you can look and feel a part in making a difference in your local community… Watch this space!

Sign up below:

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    Would you be interested in making a donation for either a branded snood (£8), water bottle (£4) or laces (£3.50)?

    We are proud to be working with Trees Not Tees, giving our participants the option to plant a tree as part of their registration. If you would like more information, please choose 'plant a tree for me', and we will get in touch with more information. By making a donation instead of receiving a t-shirt, Trees not Tees will plant a tree as part of their sustainable reforestation project in Scotland. After Step Into January you will receive a personalised e-certificate from Trees not Tees, including a photo of your sapling, the species and what3words geolocation!

    We would like to keep in touch with you about the vital work we do for mental health in our local area, our fundraising appeals, ways you can support us, and our campaigning activities. Please tick to allow us to contact you using the details above. You can change your mind at any time by emailing [email protected] or by calling 01482 240200.