The event coincides with Blue Monday to highlight the importance of communication and community in combatting mental health concerns.
Sign up to the 2022 TTP Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday 6th March 2022.
A team of nearly 70 runners ran the TTP Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday 17th October, raising over £20,000 to support our services.
Last season, Melbourn FC challenged themselves to run or walk a combined 6,000km – the distance between their home ground to the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul and back – to raise money for us. Now, the club have chosen to continue raising awareness of mental health and supporting us for the 2021/22 season.
We have received a donation of £1,000 from local homebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes to support their work in mental health services.
On Saturday 14th August, St Ives Rangers Black Soxs Under 17s were beaten 4-3 by the Haywain Restaurant Veterans in a tightly contested football match. Despite the result, everyone involved went home happy having achieved their aim of raising money for us.
More than £3,000 was raised for us, as Team CPSL Mind beat off the competition to secure top spot on the ‘Minds In Action’ virtual challenge leaderboard.
Specialist running store, Advance Performance, will be supporting runners fundraising for us, through a free preparation event. On Sunday 5th September, from 4-9pm, runners for us will be equipped with skills and expertise to support them in completing the Cambridge Half Marathon in October.
Queen’s Charity Committee, of Queen’s College at the University of Cambridge, have chosen us as their charity of the year. The Committee have already come up with some exciting fundraising event ideas for the next 12 months that will raise awareness and funds to support local people with their mental health.