Serve Legal's Embraces 'Movement' for Mental Health Awareness Week

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week focused on the theme of 'movement' and at Serve Legal, we took this opportunity to encourage our team to get active and break their usual routines. With many of our team members working primarily from home, we designed a fun and engaging challenge to motivate everyone to incorporate more movement into their week.

At Serve Legal, we understand that a healthy workforce is a happy and productive workforce. To accomplish the incredible work that our team does, we make an active effort to prioritise healthy mental health and well-being. This Movement Week Bingo is just one of our initiatives to continue encouraging wellness among our employees.

image (19)-1To make the challenge exciting, we created a bingo movement card featuring a variety of activities such as running, swimming, climbing, walking, and fitness challenges. For every activity completed and box ticked off, Serve Legal pledged to donate £10 to Young Minds, a charity dedicated to supporting young people’s mental health; completing an entire row on the bingo card would result in an extra £10 donation.

To support our team in participating in these activities, we offered each staff member £10 to contribute towards the cost of their chosen activity. This initiative was a fantastic way for our team to engage in physical activities while raising money for a great cause.

The response from our team was incredible. By the end of the week, the Serve Legal team completed all 25 blocks on the bingo card, raising an impressive £370 for Young Minds. We are extremely proud of our team’s enthusiasm and commitment to both their own well-being and the well-being of others.

Take a look through some of the images of our team and the activities they enjoyed this week. We hope this inspires others to get moving and support mental health initiatives in their communities.


Rachel completed an hour cycle at her local gym. 

Abby met up with a friend for a lunchtime walk with a coffee.

Ella took her dog on a lunchtime walk to up her step count. 


Rachael completed a 5km row and two gym sessions to tick off some more bingo boxes. 

Eric utilised the Boris Bikes in London and cycled from Euston Station to our offices.
Abby chose to leave the car on the drive and walk her girls to school one morning.
Alfie climbed up a sunny Mount Edgcumbe to support the challenge.
Rachael took a break from university work and climbed Pen-y-Fan.
Iga took a swim in the sea and played a game of water polo to tick off two more boxes!

Ela and Tia from our Finance Team met up on Sunday and walked a 3km with a break at the coffee shop afterwards.

Both Jenni and Caitlyn completed an incredible 100k steps in a week, as well as completeing 10k steps before 9am!
Ali's football team won a 2-0 game of 5 aside football, in their shiny new kits, to tick off another box!