Ulster University Mind Your Mood

Ulster University

Make Mind Your Mood
your own

Decide how you want to be involved by organising your own fundraising activity.

In 2017 and 2018 many staff, students and alumni undertook other events to raise funds for Mind Your Mood, including participating in the Virgin London marathon, the Newry Marathon, coffee mornings, costal walks, a football tournament and a country music night in Bushmills.

Ideas include

  • sports tournament
  • coffee morning
  • waxing
  • local sponsored walks
  • sponsored hair cuts
  • sit in a bath of beans!

Anything goes. And all contributions are welcome.

Below are some events being orqanised by the university which we’d love you to take part in. And please do let us know by emailing giving@ulster.ac.uk if you plan to undertake any other fundraising. It’s so important to let us know and we’re also here to help support your idea.

Tell us about your event

Belfast campus

Abseil off the Belfast campus

Friday 12 April 2019

Support Mind Your Mood by taking part in an abseil off the Belfast Campus.

4Campus Cycle

Saturday 13 April 2019

Support Mind Your Mood by taking part in the 4 Campus Cycle.

Ulster University graduate turns yoga passion into new business


Friday 3 May 2019

Support Mind Your Mood by taking part in a yoga event - ALL CAMPUSES

Belfast City Marathon

Sunday 5 May 2019

Support our Belfast City Marathon runners in aid of Mind your Mood

Ulster University Tennisathon

Tuesday 28 May 2019

Join us and attempt to beat the time of the longest ever professional tennis match.

Want to organise your own
fundraising event?

There are many ways you can help to raise funds such as organising a sports tournament, coffee mornings and sponsored haircuts.

There are also a range of other events you can take part in throughout the year!

Find out more

Vulnerability factors

Students in higher education are at an age vulnerable to mental illness as 75% of mental health difficulties develop before the age of 25. 16-25 is the key age group to target with preventative & early interventions.

Student Minds

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