Step by Step

Organise your own fundraising event for Mental Health UK. Step by Step is a perfect opportunity to bring people together to walk and talk about mental health.

Get walking and talking for mental health.

Want to fundraise for Mental Health UK but not sure where to start? Step by Step is a fundraising event that you will be able to organise yourself. It will be a fantastic opportunity to bring people together to go for a walk and talk about mental health, all while raising valuable funds for our work.

  • Organise your own event

  • Walk any distance from 5K to a more challenging 20K

  • Anyone can join in, even your dog!

Why Step by Step?

Talking about our own experiences of mental health is incredibly important, but it can be difficult to get started. It’s much easier to start a conversation about mental health when walking next to someone rather than sat face to face. Being outdoors and light exercise are also great for our wellbeing.

I decided to participate as the rate in young people taking their own lives has risen in England and Wales by over 60% in the last 8 years. I had a young family friend who passed away so wanted to make sure I could do something to support the mental health cause and raise awareness. It is so important that charities can continue their life saving and crucial work.

Onyeka Michelle raised £160 at one of our walking events.

How do I get started?

Register your interest and we’ll send you what you need to know to get started with your Step by Step event.

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Contact us

Do you have a question about taking part in an event to raise money for Mental Health UK?


Our fundraising team can help you. Email xxxx to find out more

What will my money go towards?

The money you raise can help make a difference to people all over the UK including providing things like:


Our support groups can be a lifeline for those experiencing mental health problems. Your help allows us to open more groups, reaching more people who may be feeling isolated and need someone to talk to.


Providing practical advice to help people better understand and manage their mental health. Receiving a mental health diagnosis can be scary, but with clear and simple guidance it can be a little bit easier.


Creating easy-to-understand educational resources about mental health, the signs and signals of poor mental health and where to seek help if you, or someone you know, need it.