Get involved 100 Streets Challenge 100 Streets Challenge You can, to a restricted extent, take part in Support in Mind Scotland’s 100 Streets Challenge ® in 2020, subject to Scottish Government and NHS guidelines over the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Your public health and safety will always be our first priority, so please adhere strictly to the new advice that has been announced. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation on a daily basis and will follow any relevant advice and act accordingly. Following the Government announcement on 23 March, this means you can only go out for a walk, cycle or run once a day and must go alone or only with people from your own household - staying a distance of at least 2 metres apart from others. Others who have been told to self isolate or stay indoors should do so. Our annual Mental Health fundraising and awareness-raising campaign, kindly sponsored this year by sports retailer Decathlon, will conclude on World Mental Health Day on 10 October. In these times of adversity, the 100 Streets Challenge ® offers people an opportunity to beat boredom, break up their day and stay physically active by getting outside (where possible) and walking, running or cycling around 100 streets of their choice. You DO NOT have to complete 100 streets in one day, and can complete the challenge over a number of days, weeks or months. We've made this guide to help you have a fun, safe, 100 Streets Challenge: Registration for the challenge is absolutely FREE and is open now. Simply fill out the registration form by clicking the button below and we will guide you through the process. SIGN UP A special certificate, signed by our fantastic Support in Mind Scotland charity ambassadors Scott and Jenny Hastings will also be presented to anyone who completes the challenge. A bespoke medal, re-designed for 2020, will be presented to anyone who is able to donate or raise at least £10 in support of our mental health services. You can donate to our appeal or set up your own fundraising page by clicking the button below and following the instructions. DONATE/FUNDRAISE The concept of the 100 Streets Challenge ® is simple. Choose whether you want to walk, run or cycle then choose your own route. Please let us know if you would like us to send you a Log Book to record your streets or alternatively you can download one to print out yourself by clicking the link here. And finally, new for 2020, we will soon be revealing our new 100 Streets Challenge ® APP! This will allow you to count and map your streets along your route, along with a number of other exciting features. Please spread the word, share your stories and pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @suppinmindscot using the hashtag #100StreetsChallenge For further information about the Challenge please contact:[email protected] Or [email protected] You can also call us on 0131 662 4359. Support our Mental Health services The challenge is absolutely FREE but we would welcome any donations or sponsorship to support our vital mental health services across Scotland. We are extremely grateful to the JS Innes Charitable Trust who have again generously helped to fund the Challenge in 2020. DONATE Enjoy the benefits of the 100 Streets Challenge This is a great way to improve not only your mental well-being but your physical health. Exercising by running, walking or cycling can help to release those all-important endorphins, relieve stress and clear your head. Free certificate and Decathlon technical 100 Streets T-shirt for all who take part. Bespoke medals for anyone who donates or raises at least £10 for the Challenge. Typically, we find the distance works out between 6 and 9 miles. It’s not a race. It’s all about having fun and helping yourself to feel well. Taking part is absolutely FREE, but any money you raise through donations and sponsorship will help deliver vital mental health services in Scotland. Don’t be shy! Tell us how you got on: share your efforts, pictures and stories on social media @suppinmindscot, using the hashtag #100StreetsChallenge So get on your trainers or cycling helmet and start your fitness one street at a time.