Your Mile for Mental Health - September 2018

Your Mile for Mental Health - September 2018

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Following the interest we had in our Your Mile for Mental Health Challenge in May this year, we have taken it back again for September.

This time the challenge will be over the month of September and you still get to choose your own distance for the challenge. 

This is what we call Your Mile for Mental Health

Choose any distance you wish from 1 mile upwards.

How you do your miles will be up to you. Run, walk, swim, cycle - it really is up to you.

As with our last challenge, we will be creating a one-off wooden medal for this challenge, working with a local artist and wood-creative to create the medal.

What happens after you sign up:

  • You will receive a confirmation email of your sign up
  • A welcome email nearer to the start of the challenge.
  • In your welcome email there will be a Pledge Sheet - to print out and share on social media
  • Update email during the challenge
  • On completion of your challenge, you will receive your medal in the post along with a certificate

How do I record my miles?

Simply record your miles as you do them. If you have a tracker such as Strava on your smartphone, a Garmin watch, Fitbit or similar, you can use these to record your miles.

Apps such as MapMyrun or Runkeeper all work too.

You can always record by pen and paper and we provide a free downloadable tracker that you can use to do this.

How do I submit my evidence?

Once you have completed your challenge, take a screenshot or picture of your totals from the App that you use or your paper tracker.

Using our easy to use online form, upload your evidence and then you can sit back and wait for your uniquely designed medal to arrive with your certificate!

Shipping is free in the UK and £3 for Europe.

20% of each sign-up fee will be donated to Northwest Bushcraft that helps ex-British forces personnel suffering with PTSD and others living with mental health issues.

*The finished medal might differ slightly from image due to the manufacturing process.