You have already gone the extra mile for us during this year’s 100 Streets Challenge. Now, Support in Mind Scotland wants to give some extra time to you, by extending this year’s event to St Andrew’s Day on 30 November.

Traditionally the 100 Streets Challenge - our annual mental health awareness and fundraising campaign – has run from 1 April to World Mental Health Day on the 10 October.

But due to the exceptional nature of this year, and the challenges we have all faced in our day-to-day lives, we have decided to extend the Challenge until the end of November. So that’s 51 extra days for you to get out there in your communities to walk, run or cycle round 100 streets to promote good mental and physical health.

You can choose your own streets or route and complete the challenge over as many days as you wish, as long as you adhere to the latest public health and social distancing guidelines.

Signing up is absolutely FREE. All we ask is that you register first here:

When you have completed the challenge, please let us know and we will send out your well-earned deserved medal and certificate.

2020 has been a year like no other and has affected every walk of life. Charities are no different, and Covid-19 has brought about some difficult challenges for Support in Mind Scotland and the many people we support with their mental health and mental illness.

We know times are hard and people are facing financial difficulties during the Covid-19 crisis, but if you are in a position to be able to raise funds or make a donation – whatever size - we would be extremely grateful for your support. You can donate or start a fundraising page by visiting here:

Enjoy the extended 100 Streets Challenge. Thank you.