Time to Change Champions have come up with loads of exciting activity ideas over the years to change the way people think and act about mental health.

We've pulled them together to give you lots of ideas for your own events - try it out by filtering the activity ideas below. Don't worry if you don't have a budget - there are plenty of things you can do to make a big difference with very little or no money!

Where are you going to hold your activity?

How many people other than yourself are able to help run the activity?

Between 1-10 people

Would you be happy to:

Audience size (Min.)

Audience size (Max.)

What’s your budget?

Maximum £100. Don’t worry if you don’t have a budget, just enter £0.

Instead of running your own event or activity, why not start conversations at someone else’s event? You would need to feel safe to talk to people who are strangers and use what’s happening at the event to start conversations. If you share...

Almost everyone goes to the supermarket, so they’re a great place to meet lots of different people and start conversations about mental health. A great way to start conversations in supermarkets is to offer free bag packing. You can...

SoMe is a public event idea which gets people talking about specific issues, which for Time to Change Champions means mental health! You might need a few more people and a bit more preparation than some other activities, but it is a...

In spring and summer, organising a picnic in a public space can be a lovely way to start conversations. A shared experience such as eating together can help people relax and feel more open to talking. Planning and preparing...

People can love to have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee so cafes are great places to start conversations about mental health. The most important thing is to develop a relationship with a local cafe who would be happy to get...

Performing at a non-mental health comedy, spoken word or music event is a great way to share your experience with an audience who don’t already know about mental health. It’s a way to share your talents or learn a new skill. You could...