Joe Robey

Joe Robey

Joe walked over 1,200 miles, the length of the British Isles, to support YoungMinds!

Joe's Walking Challenge

Joe Robey walked from John O’Groats to Land’s End, through snow, sun and rain in just over 60 days; all in aid of children and young people’s mental health.

I appreciate the work of your charity and believe in the goals and objectives. Making mental health something children understand, appreciate and openly talk about would have helped me greatly whilst I was at school.

Joe struggled at school with his mental health and wished he was able to talk more openly about his feelings at the time.

During my challenge I met so many people who were keen to support me the moment they heard about the charity. Many of them had either been impacted themselves with mental health issues when they were younger or have children, nephews, nieces or family friends who are going through difficult times. It just goes to show how relevant and important YoungMinds is and it was a great privilege for me to help in my small way.
Joe

Thank You

We cannot thank Joe enough for his incredible efforts and raising over £3,000 for YoungMinds! If you would like to show your thanks to Joe you can do so on his JustGiving Page.

A massive thank you to all our brilliant fundraisers. 

Get Involved

Fundraising for us is a great way to have fun, raise vital funds and awareness of the importance of young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing.

If you are interested in fundraising for YoungMinds, we would be more than happy to support you in any way that we can.

For more information get in touch by calling on 0207 089 5050 or emailing us at [email protected]

Support Our Work

YoungMinds exists so that young people have the strongest possible voice in improving their mental health. We need your help to make sure that voice is heard.

The amount of times I’d tried to break out of this shell, talk about ‘I’m feeling a bit down’, ‘I’m feeling a bit scared’, I couldn’t do it. And now I can do it openly.
Alex, Youth Activist
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