Place2Be's annual Carol Concert is back for its 10th anniversary on Wednesday 4th December, 2019. The night raises much needed funds to help continue our lifesaving work in schools throughout the UK, ensuring more children have access to quality mental health services.
We're excited to once again be launching the Wreath Raffle, which sees designers come together and create stunning Christmas wreaths to raise funds for Place2Be. Raffle tickets are £10 each and the raffle will be drawn on Tuesday 26th November 2019.
How to purchase tickets:
1. Select the Designer Wreath of your choice to the right of this page (make sure you select 'Show More' to see all the amazing wreaths on offer)
2. Purchase your ticket/s by donating in increments of £10 (e.g. £10 = 1 ticket, £30 = 3 tickets, etc)
3. Please make sure you enter your name and tick the box alongside 'I'm happy to be contacted by Place2Be'. This will allow JustGiving to share your contact details with us so that we can send the details of your tickets through to you. Anonymous donations will be accepted gratefully and not entered into the raffle.
- Ticket purchasers must be 16years and over in order to enter the Wreath Raffle.
- This is a fundraising event held by and for Place2Be to help continue our charitable work of improving children's mental health.
- The Wreath Raffle will be drawn at random by the Place2Be team (registered office: 175 St. John Street, London, EC1V 4LW) on Tuesday 26th November 2019 and winners will be notified by email and phone.
Place2Be is a children's mental health charity that works to improve the emotional wellbeing of children and young people by providing counselling services in our partner schools throughout the UK. We help them to cope with wide-ranging and often complex social issues including bullying, bereavement, domestic violence, family breakdown, neglect and trauma.
5 key facts about childrens mental health
- 3 children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health problem
- Half of those with lifetime mental health issues first experience symptoms by the age of 14
- Depression and anxiety amongst teenagers have increased by 75% in the past 25 years
- Children are less likely to suffer from serious mental health difficulties later in life if they receive support at an early age
- Mental health problems in children and young people result in an increased cost to the public purse and to wider society.