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Get Moving in May

This May, we’re walking, running and cycling (and moving any other way we can think of) 1,000 miles to raise funds for Brainkind’s vital brain injury support.

Get Moving in May

Physical movement has powerful benefits as part of the rehabilitation process for the people we support.

From boosting overall health to improving flexibility and strengthening muscles, movement is important for recovery.

Exercise is also known to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and boost self-esteem.

So that’s why this May Brainkind is MOVING!

Our collective target in May is to move (steps, cycling, running etc) 1000 miles, which is the distance between our 13 specialist neurological rehabilitation services.

Taking part is easy!

You can donate or sponsor our teams (including the people we support) who are covering the 1,000 miles or you can join in and challenge yourself!

Any miles you can contribute will help; perhaps you could set yourself your own personal target?

It’s your choice how you take part. You could cycle, walk, run, swim – even playing ball, as long as you’re keep a track of your miles!

Your generous donations help us to enrich the lives of the people we support through social activities and projects.

Are you ready to get moving?

Get Moving in May playlist

The people we support and staff at Brainkind have created the Get Moving in May playlist on Spotify to help you get moving while making your miles!

Visit the playlist on Spotify

How to get involved

By taking part, donating or sponsoring Brainkind, you are making a big difference to the rehabilitation of the people we support.

Get Moving in May

Donate

Donate to sponsor our teams who are covering the 1,000 miles in May
Get Moving in May

Fundraise for Brainkind

Join in to take part and set up your own Justgiving page
Get Moving in May

I want to know more

Contact us if you want to know more about fundraising at Brainkind
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