Fundraising Collage

Participating in sponsored activities are perhaps one of the most impressive ways to raise funds for Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind.


Our team are always inspired to meet new people from our community dedicated to fundraising for Mental Health. Each target we hear about blows us away both with creativity and devotion to every challenge. In the past 18 months alone we have had people, skydive, run the london marathon, walk 10,000 steps every day for a month, run 65 miles along Hadrian’s Wall and walk across fire.


If you are passionate about raising money for mental health in your community and want to push your limits in the process, why not sign up for one of the many sponsored activities today? We can support you through this challenge to make this experience one of the best things you will ever do!

Challenge Ideas

Stuck for what to do? We have plenty of ideas for sponsored activities;


  • 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Marathon or MORE!


  • London to brighton, London to Paris, Coast to Coast, Lands end to John O Groats, Skyride. The land's the limit!

Other challenges: 

  • Tough Mudder, abseiling, zipline, canoe across the channel, skydive, triathlon, Firewalk,

Get creative! We always love a new idea.

What we can offer

If you choose to fundraise for our team we offer as much support as we can with your fundraising and training. Our team can;Gary

  • Help with setup of online fundraising pages and send out paper sponsorship form and gift aid envelopes.

  • Help you to set an achievable target and give ideas on effective ways to fundraise in order to meet your target.

  • We will promote your fundraising through our social media platforms to boost your fundraising efforts

  • We have t-shirts that our fundraisers can wear for their challenge days.

  • Our team will call regularly to see how your training is going and offer advice and support with the process,

  • If you want us to we can attend your fundraising events to offer support and talk about what the charity does. We will also attend your challenge day to give as much moral support as you need

We do everything we can to make our fundraisers feel part of our team in any way that we can. If there is ever anything more you want us to help with, just let us know.

Meet Katie

Katie was one of our amazing fundraisers who ran the London Marathon in March. She had only been running for 18 months when she crossed the finish line raising the charity a staggering £2700. Katie encourages anyone to get involved in sponsored activities and said this before her training was complete;Katie


“Mental health is something that I am extremely passionate about and I have really enjoyed fundraising for such an important charity. I have been overwhelmed by people's generosity and I have really enjoyed the challenge of thinking of creative ways to fundraise -


I have had so much fun and met some great people along the way. I'm truly humbled! The hard bit of learning to actually run a marathon is my next big challenge ... but again I'm looking forward to getting in stuck in to the training plan.


I have found that running is a great outlet after a stressful day at work and helps me to relax and 'let off steam!'. I have also met some wonderful friends at my local running club and enjoy the social connections that running brings.”

First Steps

So you’ve decided you want to challenge yourself. What's next?

Email our team at fundraising [at] (subject: First%20Steps%20-%20Challenge%20Yourself) or call on 0161 330 9223.

We can begin to discuss what you want to do for us and how we can help.


I need help now!