Brutal Run Charity of the Year Partnership for 2024

Havant and East Hants Mind (HEH Mind) is thrilled to announce an exciting partnership with Brutal Run, adding to HEH Mind’s Charity of the Year Partnerships for 2024. This collaboration, set to commence on January 1st 2024, will see all Brutal Run events throughout the year serve as platforms for fundraising and donations to support the invaluable mental health services provided by HEH Mind.

 

Brutal Run, renowned for its challenging and exhilarating trail runs featuring natural obstacles such as hills, water and mud, has committed to using its extensive reach and engaged community to raise awareness and funds for mental health initiatives delivered by HEH Mind. The partnership aims to make a significant impact on mental health awareness and support, fostering a sense of community and solidarity.

Participants and spectators alike will have the opportunity to contribute to this meaningful cause at each of the Brutal Run events scheduled for 2024. A full list of these events can be found on the official Brutal Run website at https://brutal.run/events. HEH Mind encourages individuals, teams, and corporations to get involved, either by participating in the challenging races or by generously donating to the cause.

Two runners at Brutal Run wearing HEH Mind tshirts

 

Phill Young, Race Director at Brutal Run said “Brutal Run are excited to partner with Havant and East Hants Mind to help them spread the word of the service they provide to the community and raise funds for them to provide this important service. At Brutal Run we all love putting on the events we do which allow people to get the physical and mental health benefits of being in the outdoors, challenging themselves to do something different and meet other people who enjoy the same things.”

 

Emma, Fundraising Lead at HEH Mind said “I am so excited to work in partnership with the Brutal Run team across the whole of 2024. Having completed the 5km at Spider Hill myself this weekend (18th November’23) I am confident in saying what a fantastic event the team at Brutal Events run. Havant and East Hants Mind’s partnership is an exciting opportunity to raise vital funds for our services, whilst also promoting the benefits of exercise on our wellbeing.”

 

To make a direct contribution and support the Brutal Run Team in their fundraising efforts for Havant and East Hants Mind, visit the dedicated JustGiving page at https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/brutalrun-hehmind. Every donation will contribute to mental health services, workshops, and initiatives that make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals and communities. Both Havant and East Hants Mind and Brutal Run are excited about the potential impact of this partnership on mental health awareness and the resources available for those in need. The collaboration exemplifies the power of community engagement and shared commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others.

5 people stood in front of Brutal Run start point


 

For further information, please contact:

 

About Havant and East Hants Mind:

Havant and East Hants Mind is a local mental health charity dedicated to promoting and preserving good mental health within the communities of Havant and East Hants. They provide a range of services, workshops, and support networks to empower individuals and promote mental wellbeing. Find out more about HEH Mind’s free to access wellbeing and crisis services at easthantsmind.org

 

About Brutal Run:

Brutal Run is a leading organiser of all terrain trail runs featuring natural obstacles such as hills, water and mud, offering challenging and exhilarating events across Hampshire and Surrey. With a commitment to promoting health, fitness, and community spirit, Brutal Run provides participants with memorable experiences while supporting charitable causes.

 

For media enquiries contact Mike Craft, Head of Community & Communication ([email protected])

For fundraising enquiries contact Emma Strong, Fundraising Lead ([email protected])

Posted on: 29th November 2023

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