Our Time to Talk Day Champion Activity Pack is full of simple and fun activities and games that you can use to kickstart conversations about mental health including snakes and ladders, wordsearch, quizzes and sussed. 

Download the Time to Talk Day Champion Activity Pack 

If you like cooking or food check out Champion cookbook full of delicious recipes, Champion stories and tips on how to get conversations on mental health started. 

Download the Champions Conversations Cookbook 

See more activities below - try it out by filtering the 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.

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