How it works

1

Sign
Up

Getting started is easy. Sign up as an individual, with your colleagues, family or friends.

2

Set Your
Goal

Dedicate time every day to either move your body, improve your state of mind, or a combination of both!

3

Get
Sharing

Spread the word and start raising money for youth suicide prevention.

4

Make
a move

On 1 October, start moving. You can move any way and anywhere you like.

5

Track Your
progress

Log in daily to record your mental health minutes and keep your sponsors up-to-date!

Setting your goal

Last year, we lost 461 young people to suicide. You can make a difference, just by dedicating minutes each day to improving your own mental health.

Once you’ve signed up, you can move any way and anywhere you like.  You can run, meditate, rollerskate, rock climb – you can even hula hoop! Change it up, or stick to the same activity every day. Just make sure that whatever you do, you do it for the amount of time you’ve dedicated each day.

Move
your
Body

Sign up to move your body for your selected amount of time every day throughout October. You can run, you can swim, you can walk. You can even roller-skate, rock-climb or hula-hoop.

Improve state
of Mind 

Sign up to improve your state of mind for your selected amount of time every day throughout October. You can do yoga, meditate or practice mindfulness. 

Mix up
your moves

Sign up to do a combination of activities to move your body and improve your state of mind for your selected amount of time every day throughout October. 

Log in to your profile daily to update your progress:

you’ll be able to record the type of activity you’ve completed and how long you dedicated to the activity. If you miss a day, you can make up for it at any stage by dedicating extra minutes – it all counts towards your total goal.

Share your challenge with your friends, family, and colleagues:

and ask them to support you along the way. They can sponsor you at any time throughout September and October. And, be sure to keep them updated as you progress.