This is the part where you can help give back. As a registered charity, Talk Club relies on the communities it supports so that it can continue to transform the lives of men across the world.


6 months ago, Steven lost James – a dear friend, great son, brother and a great person loved by many. In James’ memory, Steven is trekking the 630 miles of South West Coast Path, England’s longest footpath, from Minehead along the coasts of Somerset, Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset -to Poole Harbour. Walking in weekly stages, he’ll be starting at the end of February and finishing by the end of November.


A very big thank you to Jamie from Scholar Asleep who is donating the profits from his album on Bandcamp to Talk Club. Here is the link to download the album….


In May 2019 Miles Christie, a 42-year-old father, son, brother and doctor, took his own life. His death and the deaths of so many men like him remind us of the vital task ahead of us – that of transforming our communities to provide men with safe spaces in which they can talk, share problems and maintain their mental health.

Miles Christie

In memory of Miles, we have created a yearly fundraising initiative called Miles for Miles; a dedicated event that in 2021 saw fundraisers take 1 million steps in 7 days and raise over £30,000.


In 2022 the entire month of May will be dedicated to Miles for Miles – raising awareness and money to support the work of Talk Club far and wide. This year we are inviting you to do Miles for your Miles, someone you may have lost to suicide who wants to ensure never has to suffer through anxiety and isolation. Simply download the flyer below to start your journey in raising mental fitness numbers.

Please click on the images below to read more about these amazing people helping us to help men open up and save lives!

Thank you to the Christie family.
Rupert, Phil and
Miles’s friends and family are leading a
walking tour of Miles’s favourite
London landmarks in his memory for Talk Club.
Sweat Box Mental Fitness Festival
Thank you to all the staff at Sweatbox Gym for putting together an amazing day of mental fitness activities.
Thank you to Captain and trustee Mike McCarthy’s family and friends will be walking in memory of Ross McCarthy.
Thank you to Co-founder Ben Akers and his family who will be walking 500 miles in memory of Steve Yates.
Thank you to Max and Sam for raising money and awareness for Talk club by walking 80 miles from Bude to Newquay over one week.
Thank you to Michael Brown who is running the Hackney half to help raise funds & awareness for Talk Club because we are helping to reduce suicide.
Thank you to Co-Founder Gavin and his family who are walking 5+ miles around the peak district in memory of Rob Gray.
Thank you to Steve Coulter and the Staff at Airbus who will be walking during their lunch break and checking in on each other by asking “How are you? out of 10?”
Thank you to ED Smith who is doing his miles by cycling on Saturday 28 April, around 25 miles, setting off from Queens Square and finishing at Queens Square.
Please click below to donate…

Thank you to our lovely ambassador Ella Rothwell who will be walking 20 miles with family and friends in memory of her brother Freddie.
Please donate here…


Support Claire Amos as she walks around the Isle of Wight from the 23rd – the 27th April to raise money and awareness for Talk Club. After losing her brother Steve to suicide, Claire and her family have been at the very heart of raising awareness through the documentary Steve and annual fundraising events such as the Steve Yates football shield.


Phil and Rupert Christie, Miles’ brothers, walked three marathons in three days along the challenging Offas Dyke Path. They began on the 18th of June, 2021, at Presteigne and march and finished at Chepstow, raising an incredible £27,000!


In June 2021 Kelvin Buchanan and Matt Ruse completed an epic 7-day run, from the top to the bottom of Wales, completing 7 marathons in 7 days and over 1 million steps with guest runners. £7,537 was raised in the name of helping men to become mentally fit.


Chloe and Toby raised an incredible £3,500 running the Brighton Marathon in September to raise money for Talk Club in memory of their beloved brother and cousin, Dan Durrant, who died in March 2020.