Get Involved

If you are organising a fundraising event in aid of Mind Your Head then please contact us to tell us about it. We would like to list it on our fundraising page and promote the event to others. 

You can also easily set-up a fundraising page with our easy to use online service, which can also be used if you wish to raise funds as a participant in our annual fun run.  Find out more here.  If you would prefer not to create an online page then please contact us to get copies of sponsor forms, etc.

Every penny that is donated to Mind Your Head goes directly into delivering Our Promise.  We can also, whenever possible, accomodate requests for funds to be targetted at specific areas of interest.  For example, you may be keen to undertake fundraising to help us launch our proposed support service or to deliver mental health training and awareness raising workshops.  Please contact a member of our team to discuss your ideas and how we can help you.

You can also become involved in Mind Your Head's own fundraising activities by volunteering.  Find out more about how to get involved here.

Thank you for showing an interest in fundraising for Mind Your Head.

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Forthcoming fundraising efforts

Read about some of the fundraising activities that people are currently doing on our behalf.

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The team photography by Kevin Jones following the Fun Run in August 2014

Previous fundraising efforts

Read about some of the fundraising efforts that individuals and groups have undertaken on our behalf.

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Lerwick Celtic FC - Last Man Standing Competition

Lerwick Celtic Football Club is showing their support for Mind Your Head in recognition of the support we give to Shetland Football Association's Reserve League.

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Latest Posts

Getting Fit For Fun- No. 11

Graeme Howell's blog charting his epic struggle to walk 5k.......bits of positivity


Mental Health Support Services

Mind Your Head are delighted to announce that they have been awarded over £300,000 over a three-year period to launch much needed mental health support services.


Don’t Bottle It Up Campaign- Sydney

As part of mental health awareness week, which runs from Monday 8th May, Mind Your Head, Brae High School Youth Worker and Art Machine have worked collaboratively with local Brae High School student Imogen Leslie in designing a campaign targeting young people- Sydney


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