This Mental Health Awareness Week, the EFL is supporting Mind to step up the fight for mental health.
During this pandemic, millions of us have experienced a mental health problem, or seen a loved one struggle, for the first time in our lives.
We’ve seen our friends, our partners, our parents, our children and ourselves struggle. And we’ve seen that the support we all need just isn’t out there.
That’s why we’re supporting Mind to step up the fight for mental health.
The EFL has been working with Mind since 2018 to use the power of football to help improve the nation’s mental health and wellbeing.
We work with our network of clubs and community trusts to raise awareness of mental health among fans and the wider public, improve the approach to mental health in football, and raise funds to deliver life-changing national and local support.
Together, we’ve achieved so much. But during Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, we need to take the fight for mental health to the next level.
Mile for Mind
Help us and Mind fight for better mental health by taking part in ‘Mile for Mind’.
Open to people of all ages and abilities (even pets!), you can choose to walk, hop, skip, jog or even jump your ‘Mile for Mind’ in your garden or around a local park.
Carlisle United Community Sports Trust’s Mental Health Group will be completing their ‘Mile for Mind’ on Friday – keep an eye on the official website for more details on that later in the week.
Show your support for the one in four people who experience a mental health problem each year by making a £4 donation to Mind and nominating three friends, colleagues, family members to join in.
Remember to take a picture / video of your ‘Mile for Mind’ and share on social media using the hashtags #MileForMind #MHAW21
Together we can fight for change, for fairness, for respect and for life-changing support for all. Are you in?
Find out how you can get involved at mind.org.uk/efl