In the construction sector, mental health and suicide rates are up to 4X higher than the national average. That’s not right. We need to take action to build better lives for everyone working in the industry.
It’s a known fact that keeping fit and staying active outside of work is a great way to promote mental wellbeing. That’s why we created Feelgood Games – to bring everyone in the sector together to get moving and feel better.
Take up the challenge, get involved and pledge your activity to help make a difference. Whether you’re running, cycling, walking, or stretching – it’s time to get moving.
Our aim is to put every construction employee through mental health first aid training, making it easier to spot and help those struggling at work. Every activity pledged brings us closer to this goal.
Following our successful events in 2022 and 2023, we’re looking to get companies (like you) to register their interest in our next event. So, are you ready to get started with your fundraising activities?
Mental health is a serious issue facing the construction industry. If you want to find out how your business can get involved in Feelgood Games, contact us today.Get in touch
Feelgood Games is open to anyone, no matter their fitness level. More information on how to get involved will be coming soon. Until then, sign up to stay up-to-date on the latest news.Sign up
The Feelgood Games is sponsored by a number of incredible partners, who are dedicated to improving the construction industry for everyone involved.
Our headline sponsor, The 55 Group, create software which has transformed the traditional approach to procurement, construction and management of the built environment.
And of course, the games were set up by the Pagabo Foundation, who work with charities to ensure financial
support is available to SMEs and other organisations working in the construction industry.