15 Minute Challenge

The 15 Minute Challenge is 30 days of fun-filled challenges to help you build healthy habits. Get active, get creative or get mindful for your mental health.

What is the 15 Minute Challenge?

The 15 Minute Challenge is 30 days of fun-filled challenges to help you build healthy habits. It’s amazing what you can do in just 15 minutes, and taking time out to focus on you can have a long-term benefit for your mental health.

Now that it’s December, the 15 Minute Challenge 2020 is officially over. Thank you to everyone who took part!

But there are still lots of other ways to get involved with our work, whether it’s by hosting your own fundraising event or campaigning. Find out more by clicking the button below.

15 Minute Challenge Certificates

For those of you who took part in the challenges, we want to say thank you for taking part! With your support, we can continue to be there for young people at a time when we’re needed most.

To congratulate you on completing your 15 Minute Challenge, we have included your very own certificates. Choose between our original certificate or add your own fundraising amount to show those who sponsored you that their support made a difference. Display your achievement with enormous pride!

Alongside all your challenges, we’ve loved seeing your passion for change. Help us by joining our movement to fight for young people’s mental health.

Small habits that can benefit your mental health

One small habit that I have found really helps my mental health on a day-to-day basis is practising gratitude. I used to think practising gratitude was a huge thing that needed a lot of time and attention out of my day, however it is so important to realise that this is not the case.

Each morning when I wake up, I think of five things I am grateful for. This doesn’t need to be a big, time consuming event, as long as you understand the things you choose to focus on. By doing this daily, it makes you really take a moment out and think about the things in life that you are thankful for, whether that be a friend, or simply that you are able to move your body.

To continue reading about how everyday habits have helped young people with their mental health, visit 'Small habits that can benefit your mental health.'

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