We would walk 500 miles......

We have signed up for Guideposts Global Challenge and pledged to walk 500 miles between mid March and end of December 2021 with a target of £500 to raise to support Guideposts mission.

"Ohhhh we would walk 500 miles..... ......and we would raise 500 pounds.......Just to be supporters of mental health oooooohh"

 Team TPTOH are keen advocates for mental health awareness as we have all suffered with it at some point in our lives and several of us have carer responsibilities too so guideposts trust global challenge gives us a fantastic way to support these things that are close to our hearts.

Between the 4 mum TPTOH team we aim to walk/run 500 miles in the remaining months of 2021 and raise £500 in the process.

500 miles between 4 of us may not sound like a huge target but 2 of the 4 of us have serious health issues and prolonged lockdown and inactivity has taken its toll on all of us, leaving us all seriously out of shape.  

We hope that the challenge will give us the push to build our health up and increase our activity levels which will help our mental health too.

Help us to defeat this challenge and reach our target by donating here if you can: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/tptohwalks500miles

If you can't donate we would massively appreciate if you could share our challenge on social media instead so we can reach more people.

Follow our progress here: https://www.myvirtualmission.com/default/profile

About Guideposts

Guideposts is a UK based charity working with people, and local communities, to help them access the support, opportunities and skills they need to overcome social challenges, improve their wellbeing and change their lives.

They run a range of services that are focused on helping people to achieve their potential regardless of their circumstances. They connect people together so that they can experience the joy that comes from friendship, activity, learning, purpose and occupation. 

Many of the people they support come from the most disadvantaged groups in our society, including children and adults with additional needs and disabilities, people with mental health problems, older people with dementia and other neuro-degenerative conditions, and the families or carers of all these groups. They believe that all people should be equally valued and have an equal chance to live the best life possible, that is why they do what they do.