We are now just over halfway through this year's 100 Streets Challenge!

Still to start your challenge? In need of a little inspiration? Take a look at some of our participants who've taken part so far below!


"That's me started my #100streetschallenge with a walk in Glencoe and a rainy run in Rutherglen. I'll let you guess which was more enjoyable!

Congrats SiMS on a fantastic initiative that gets people physically active in Scotland. Delighted that Decathlon can also play a small role in supporting this"

If you need help getting started, just visit www.100streetschallenge.com, where you'll find info on setting up fundraising pages & more.

Street Soccer Scotland: And in line with Government advice, if you live in a Level 2 or above zone, why not get together with some friends to do the Challenge as a group? A team from Street Soccer Scotland recently did just that, taking on not only 100 Streets but the 7 hills of Edinburgh too!


Fi has already completed her challenge, and kindly wrote a blog about it, and how she used the challenge to appreciate nature and practice mindfulness. Read it here:

And once again, Scottish Paralympic star Maria Lyle lends her support to the 100 Streets Challenge! Take a look at her video below.

Have you downloaded our new 2021 Challenge Guide yet?

It tells you everything you need to know to plan a fun 100 Streets Challenge!

Download it here

Thank you again for signing up to the 100 Streets Challenge - your support will raise vital awareness of our organisation and mental health issues in Scotland.

The money you are helping to raise will enable us to continue providing the best support possible for those struggling with mental health issues.

If you have any questions about taking part, please don't hesitate to respond to this email and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!

And please remember to tag us @suppinmindscot and use the hasthtag #100StreetsChallenge so we can see you all taking part!