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 activities - 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:

What’s your budget?

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

Running a Time to Change stall at an event is a great opportunity to have conversations with members of the public. You could decorate your stall with Time to Change posters and it might be a good idea to have an activity to draw people in...

People all across the country have a chat over a cup of coffee or tea every day. As a Time to Change Champion, if you can help people feel relaxed and comfortable; it’s likely that they will be in the mood for talking, and listening!...

A round within an existing quiz at a pub is a great way to get people talking about mental health. Often pub quizzes are in two halves – you could present a mental health round just before the break so you can talk to people about it...

Creating your own set of conversation cards can be a great way to get people talking about mental health anywhere. It could be around the dinner table, down the pub or at a public event. The concept is simple: you have cards with topics...

The Black Dog event is based on a concept created by Elisse, an East of England Champion. You can read her blog about it here. It is based on the idea of the Black Dog representing depression. Running a mental health anti-stigma event...

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