Get Involved

There are a number of ways you can get involved with Mental Health Muscle - through organising fundraisers, working with us on our community projects to simply representing MHM with our range of merchandise. Interested in doing more? Simply get in touch and we can discuss any ideas you may have.

  • Go to the Fundraising page


    As a non-profit organisation Mental Health Muscle operates purely on the kind donations and money raised from our incredible community of supporters. 100% of any money raised goes back into our community so we can offer individuals access to gyms, where they can feel safe and deal with their mental health in their own way.

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  • Go to the Community Projects page

    Community Projects

    Take a look at what we've been up to in local communities across the UK. As we grow, we're aiming to work with communities across every inch of the country, to help spread the word of Mental Health Muscle. If you've got a community project you think would be a good fit for Mental Health Muscle, then let us know.

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  • Go to the Promote page


    You can help promote Mental Health Muscle wherever you are in the world, by donning one of our official tees! All proceeds go straight back into the local community, to help more people with fully funded memberships into gyms, so they can work on improving their mental health and developing themselves through fitness.

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  • Go to the Educational Workshops page

    Educational Workshops

    Our Educational Workshops provide a positive and informative awareness package with in depth knowledge and expertise about important topics within both the mental health field and fitness industry. The workshops are highly interactive. They encourage discussion and sharing of experiences and life...

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