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The Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) is Scotland’s leading mental health charity. We have been around since 1923, and with decades of accumulated experience, we’ve become Scotland’s experts in promoting mental health. We recognise that every one of us needs to keep mentally healthy. So as well as providing expert support every day to people with mental health problems, we work hard to promote positive mental health throughout Scotland.
A very important part of our work is supporting people who have lost a loved one to suicide. One of our National Programmes; Suicide Prevention, needs your support. We need to raise funds to deliver this crucial programme: your help could give a future to someone at risk of suicide.
Why not make saving a life your fundraising goal?
We offer our fantastic runners:
Secure a charity place with us today
If you would like to join #TeamSAMH in the EMF 2018 then please sign up below by selecting which race you wish to enter. To confirm your place you will be required to pay a registration fee and make a fundraising pledge:
SAMH is the Scottish Association for Mental Health. Scottish charity No: SC008897. Registered office: Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ
SAMH is a company limited by guarantee, registered in Scotland No 82340.
You can only apply to one Affiliate Charity at a time. For further information on how the Charity Entry process works please see our Charity Runner FAQs.
Please click on the event you would like to participate in:
2018 Edinburgh Marathon Festival
- 2018 Edinburgh Marathon >
- 2018 Edinburgh Half Marathon >
- 2018 EMF Hairy Haggis Team Relay >
- 2018 EMF 10k >
- 2018 EMF 5k >
- 2018 EMF Junior 5K >
- 2018 EMF 2k Junior Race >
- 2018 EMF 1.5k Junior Race >
- 2018 EMF Kids Kilometre >
If you already have your Own Entry, you can pledge to fundraise for SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) via your My Details account.
Simply log in and click on the link next to your entry.
Please click here to view our Charity Runner FAQs