The Big Notts Raffle, advertisement Image credit: CCM Group

Nottinghamshire-based creative business CCM group has partnered with Nottinghamshire Mind to raise funds to increase awareness of vital mental health services for Mental Health Awareness week.

Due to take place on Thursday May 13, The Big Notts Raffle aims to support the Nottinghamshire Mind charity so they can continue to promote good mental health, inform, educate and reduce the stigma within the local community.

Tickets for the raffle are priced at £5 each, with 100% of the proceedings going towards the charity.

Trent Peek, Group Director at CCM Group said: “We are thrilled to be working in partnership with Nottinghamshire Mind throughout 2021.

“the team – has so much passion towards raising awareness of our services, which is needed now, more than ever.”
JO sanders

“We’re hoping that by organising this virtual event during Mental Health Awareness Week, we will be able to raise awareness for an important topic as well as raise vital funds for a very worthy cause.”

There are many luxurious prizes on offer which have been donated by local businesses.

These prizes include: an overnight stay at The Lace Market Hotel, a spa day at Clumber Park Hotel & Spa, a signed Nottingham Forest shirt, an electric scooter from REEL, an England cricket shirt signed by Stuart Broad and much more.

Jo Sanders, Partnerships and Promotions Lead at Nottinghamshire Mind, added: “We are incredibly grateful for CCM Group’s support.

“The team has so many incredible ideas and show so much passion towards helping raise awareness of our services, which is needed now, more than ever.”

The raffle is due to take place via a livestream on the CCM group YouTube channel at 8pm on May 13.

You can find out more about the event and how you can purchase raffle tickets via The Big Notts Raffle website.

Recent statistics reveal 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem of some kind.

The CCM group’s event is alongside pro-bono services the creative agency is offering the charity including creative design, digital marketing and website development.

By Katie Green