Thank you so much for showing interest in our fundraiser for Support in Mind Scotland. My brother and I have partnered with SIMS to coordinate this raffle together in the hopes that we can raise some money for a great cause while putting a smile on a lot of faces. We know times are tough, we really appreciate your donation so much. You can always share the ticket sale link on your social media, which would be another huge help!

For those who are in a position to donate, we have some incredible prizes for you all! We are excited to partner up with the following benefactors, who have generously donated an array of prizes for you. 

Prizes and donors

  • Pack of 10 "sunset Over Waverly" cards from Kirsten Warrender Art
  • £200 gift voucher for Ox and Finch Finnieston, Glasgow from Alpha Scotland
  • 3 x handmade jewellery pieces from Sparkles and Surprises
  • Handmade collectable teddy bear with certificate from Vela Creations
  • 4 x Loriel makeup sets from Vela Creations
  • £50 One4All voucher from Forbo Flooring
  • £100 voucher for Victor & Carina Contini, Edinburgh 
  • £50 gift hamper Lisas Pamper Hampers
  • 1 inspirational poem written from the mind of autistic artist and writer Deeanna Foran
  • 1 10x10cm photography artwork of Stromness, Orkney, from Deeanna Foran
  • A hand embroidered evil eye brooch from Pancakeystuff
  • 2 x Football tickets to watch Manchester United at Old Trafford, tbc fixture, from Isomi
  • A hand painted acrylic on canvas 50x50cm artwork from Louise & Lee Connor
  • A clay wall hanging installation from Louise & Lee Connor
  • 3 x coaching sessions available (crisis, leadership or behavioural change) from The Right Path
  • 3 x jars of Homemade chilli jams from Paula Conway
  • Handmade bespoke wooden plaque art piece from Lady K Designs
  • 2 x Homemade candles (scent tbc) from Yvonne Thomas
  • 3no. Homemade cakes, (flavour tbc) from Yvonne Thomas
  • A Round of golf for you and 3 friends at Archerfield Golf Course from Tsunami Axis
  • A Do Task Chair from Orangebox
  • £50 voucher for balloon, party & events decor from Dream Team Events

Ticket Price:

£5 will buy 1 entry ticket. £10 will buy 2 entry tickets, and so on. The more you donate the more chances you have to win something special! There will be a live random prize draw at 8pm on 30th May 2021. Winners will be announced via social media and contacted individually via email. Your prizes will be posted to you within 2 weeks. UK postage only please. 

Again, thank you so much for your time, sharing links, and donations. Good luck to all entrants! We will post regular updates on this page and please get in touch if you have any questions at all. We are so excited to spread some cheer and awareness for a great cause.

Search @ToniMariaMcCall on social media to get in contact directly.

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Why Support in Mind Scotland?

Support in Mind Scotland's aim is to improve the quality of life for anyone whose mental health problems or mental illness has a serious impact on their life and on the lives of others, including family members, friends and supporters.

Every individual has the right to be valued, and to share in the opportunities, enjoyment, challenges, responsibilities and choices of everyday life.

Those who experience mental illness, and mental health problems, their families and carers and friends, are entitled to quality support in the community or in hospital, or in their own homes as they choose.

Those who need care and support should be enabled to play an active role in the decisions that impact on them.

People affected by serious illnesses, like schizophrenia, have a specialised knowledge and expertise, which will be reflected in all that they do.

They improve quality of life by working with people to:

  • Have more opportunities in life.
  • Build confidence and social skills.
  • Be more connected to their families and communities.
  • Have more stable lifestyles by providing help with practical issues. 
  • Be more physically well – exercise, diet, healthy eating.

Fighting for People’s Rights

  • People are afraid to seek help because of the stigma and discrimination they face.
  • Most discrimination is experienced within health and social care settings.
  • People with serious illness die 20 years younger than their peers because of poor physical health that goes undiagnosed or untreated because of attitudinal barriers to care.
  • 93% of People with serious illness are long-term unemployed and living on benefits.
  • Carers of people with mental illness are twice as likely to experience their own mental health problems as carers of other conditions/illnesses.

What do they do to change the future?

  • Evidence based on lived experience.
  • Political engagement.
  • Awareness-raising consultations.
  • Policy and public affairs activity.
  • Partnerships Media and communications Involvement – giving people a voice.

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