Local Minds

‘Proud to be in a partnership with 31 local Minds and offer REDers the opportunity to build a network in their local area, whilst raising funds that will directly impact their community.’ Hannah, Founder of RED January



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London Sport

‘London Sport is on a mission to support people to be more active, not for the sake of it, but to help improve the physical and mental wellbeing of London’s population. RED January aligns to this mission perfectly, providing a great platform to get thousands of people in London and throughout the world more active.’ Tim, Director of Insight, Data and Technology



‘RED January is both a practical way of keeping yourself feeling good, but also a great way of raising awareness for the importance of exercise for mental health too. We hope the partnership will encourage thousands of people to try combining their run with a visit to a local food bank, charity or community group with much needed work.’ Ivo, Founder of GoodGym


The Daily Mile ™

‘We are delighted to be part of RED January, as to us, the physical and mental health of our children continues to be a real concern – and we know that being active everyday is a great way to tackle this head-on. It’s even better doing it with your friends!’ Molly, National Co-ordinator



‘People who get twenty minutes of activity a day feel better physical and mental wellbeing and making this part of your journey is an easy way to get extra activity into your day. TFL are supporting RED January to get more Londoners active.’


Team at PwC

‘RED January is back at PwC! In 2019, our Capital Markets, Accounting Advisory and Structuring team ran, walked, cycled, boxed and climbed our way to better mental health. We had so much fun taking part, and the feedback was so positive, that we just had to do it again. Mental (and physical) health is extremely important to PwC and to all of our people. Looking forward to starting 2020 in a positive way and kickstarting our year!’ Rich Jones, Director, PwC.


Run Talk Run

‘I’m running a Run Talk Run every day for RED January 2020, I am more than my thoughts, I am my actions. Some days it’s tough to get out of bed but I know that one step becomes two, physical activity promotes intention and I am stronger than I think.’ Sarah


Disability Sports Coach

‘Disabled people are more likely to experience loneliness, isolation and depression than non-disabled people. That’s why we’re proud to support RED January, bringing people together to live healthier, happier lives.’ Amardeep, Fundraising Manager


Jenni Falconer’s RunPod 5k challenge

“I’m absolutely supporting RED January and making it one of my new year resolutions. It’s not just a new year, it’s a new decade, it’s the perfect time to change things up and make a difference. 31 days of being active will make you feel more energised, fitter, healthier and give you a much more positive outlook.” Jenni Falconer



‘classfinder is thrilled to be working with RED Together and Mind to get people active this January and beyond. The benefits of physical activity are vast, improving both physical and mental health. We know that exercising in a group can reduce stress by up to 26% so get your friends involved too and make a difference to yourself and others this January.’


Badminton England

‘Badminton England are dedicated to providing inclusive environments for people to play badminton in variety of settings. RED January provides a fantastic opportunity for Badminton England to promote our No Strings Programme and engage with an audience who are searching for a fun and affordable way to take part in sport – time to socialise, to de-stress, to keep fit, to compete, to challenge yourself! Whatever your reason for joining like-minded people on court, No Strings Badminton is our hugely popular ‘pay and play’ initiative that continues to delight players.’ Chris, Relationship Manager


Table Tennis England

‘Table tennis is an activity that anyone can play, regardless of prior experience, age, ability or background. Even though it can be a low intensity activity, table tennis still has a positive impact on your physical and mental wellbeing – all whilst having fun! If running or cycling isn’t for you, give table tennis a try and challenge yourself to get active every day, your way.’ Jade, Participation and Insight Officer


Excel Martial Arts

‘We’re supporting RED January because we see first hand how being active has such a positive impact on EVERYONE. Together we can make a difference, and together we can all Excel in life!’ Louise


Women in sport

“Menopause is a taboo subject in our society and women going through the menopause are often missing out on the benefits of being physically active. Women in Sport is supporting RED January to empower women to make a positive change and see being active as a ‘new beginning’ in 2020.” Beki, Communications Manager


Muddy Runner’s

‘RED January will provide a focus for my injury recovery and return to running and I can’t wait to feel that buzz again.’ Kate, Chair and Founder of Muddy Runner’s



‘We are proud to partner with RED January. For inspiration, CSSC are delighted to provide 31 activity ideas.’ Lynne, London Team Leader


Move More Derby

‘We value and understand the importance of being active not just for your physical wellbeing, but also your mental wellbeing. RED January 2020 provides the opportunity to get active every day, in your own way and Move More Derby want to help create and enable those opportunities across our communities and our city’ Katy, Move More Co-ordinator


Our Parks

“At Our Parks we fully support the RED Community in the challenge to get active every day, your way. The effects of exercise on mental health is what drives Our Parks to continually find new ways to inspire new communities.” Our Parks Founder, Born Barikor


Go Jauntly

‘At Go Jauntly we know how important staying active and spending time outdoors is for physical and mental wellbeing, that is why we are joining the RED community this January to encourage people to get active by walking everyday. Our research has shown that a short walk is as good as a long walk for improving mental wellbeing, so even a little, lunchtime jaunt can provide a big boost!’ Shane




“We can all derive mental strength from movement, that’s why I’m supporting RED January” John Allison, Founder


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