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The 100 challenge is back! Sign up for free and do 100 of ANY chosen activity this July while raising £100 to support Change Mental Health’s crucial work.

Did you know that 1 in 100 will experience serious mental illness in their lifetime and 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health issue every year?

This is why we created the 100 challenge: raising funds and awareness so we can tackle severe and enduring mental illness, while making sure more people get the support they need, when they need it and in a way which works best for them.

Your 100 challenge can help us change attitudes, fight stigma and ensure a better quality of life for those affected by poor mental health and mental illness.

step 1:
sign up

decide what your
100 challenge
is going to be and sign up for free

step 2:
start your fundraising journey

set up a JustGiving page here and tell us why you’re doing 100 challenge

step 3:
start your challenge

begin your 100 challenge and download our fundraising pack

What can I do? 

By raising £100 for Change Mental Health, more people will be able to access our Advice and Support Service. It’s a lifeline for those who struggle to leave the house due to their mental health or may not have accessible services available to them. More people are requiring support with the cost-of-living crisis and more are becoming socially isolated due to loss of connection and spiralling further into debt.

You can do anything you like, as long you do 100 of them! Plus, it’s free to sign up! Here are some 100 challenge examples in case you need a little bit of inspiration: 

  • Try 100 new yoga poses 
  • Bake 100 cupcakes 
  • Learn 100 new words 
  • Do 100 press-ups a day 
  • Run, walk or cycle 100 miles
  • Take 100 photographs of nature 
  • Spend 100 hours outdoors 
  • Write 100 poems
  • Make 100 sandcastles with your family.

Whatever challenge you choose, we are here to cheer you on every step of the way! We also want to see what you’re doing for your 100 challenge too, so use hashtag #100challenge and tag us on social media through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

“I can’t thank you enough for taking the time to listen to me and really hear what I’m going through. It’s such a relief to have someone to talk to honestly about everything.

“Having those crisis service contacts means the world to me, especially with the weekend coming up. Even if I don’t end up using them, just knowing that they are available takes away so much of my anxiety. Thank you for being there for me.”

Cameron had depression, and due to the upcoming anniversary of his father’s passing, he had sleep problems and difficulty focusing at work. He was left isolated with his worries. He reached out to Advice and Support Service for help.

Read more from Cameron

Thank you for taking part in 2023! 

In 2023, our wonderful supporters raised a whopping £5,147! You can help us to make an even bigger difference this year by signing up to the 100 challenge today. 

Find out what some of last year’s participants have to say about the 100 challenge.

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