Red January 2019

Support your mental health this January by doing something active every day, your way!
We’re excited to be partnering with RED January, a community initiative providing people with mental health support and a focus during a characteristically tough month.

Whether it’s running 5k or walking to work a new way, a morning swim or taking your bike for a spin, you can join the thousands of people around the UK, kick-starting their 2019 in the most positive way. We look forward to going on the journey with you.

You can register here for free click here

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RED January t-shirts and shoelaces are available to participants.

As the t-shirts do come at a significant cost to Mind, there is a charge of £10 to help cover these costs and ensure funds raised from those taking part in RED January are used to support better mental health.
As t-shirts are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis, we would recommend that you buy a t-shirt as soon as possible if you would like one.
You will be issued with an electronic invoice for your t-shirt on receipt of your completed registration.

As part of your RED January experience, there’s the option to fundraise.
To set-up your RED January 2019 fundraising page for Mind in Mid Herts, (click here) to go onto JustGiving and visit the Campaign Page  select ‘Start Fundraising’  and you’re ready to set up your page. You will then be invited to set-up and customise your page, your way. If you need any more help with getting your page set-up, feel free to drop us an email at – fundraising@mindinmidherts.org.uk. We’re here to help.

How we process the information you provide
By completing this form, we’ll store and look after your data so that we can get in touch with you about this event. We take your privacy seriously and promise never to sell your data. You can find out more about your rights, how we use your personal information and how we keep your details safe and secure by reading our Confidentiality policy.

 

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