BPMA Christmas Quiz: Over £1,000 raised for Mind
On Friday 11th December, the BPMA hosted a quiz in aid of Mind, the mental health charity. With many events still cancelled and the traditional opportunity to get together over Christmas lunch and celebrate the year’s achievements, BPMA members got their Christmas jumpers on and raised over £1,000 for charity.
Supporting Mind for several years, the BPMA has promoted the recognition of better mental health across the industry. After a year where mental health has been highlighted after months of lockdown and isolation for so many, Mind provides incredible support for anyone seeking support – no matter who you are.
With this incredible charity to raise funds for, the BPMA asked members to make a donation of £10 per person to take part and for the chance to win a range of generously donated prizes, even an award for the best Christmas jumper.
Quiz winners were Team Allwag, with a close second from PF Concept and CHX. Allwag walked off as triumphant champions with a luxury Christmas hamper, courtesy of Pencarrie.
Pink Sheep stormed home with the Best Christmas jumper prize after impressive team collaboration and some very interesting moves! The winners bagged a magnum of Champagne, donated by Preseli.
The BPMA would like to thank everyone who took part and donated so kindly to this deserving charity. Special thanks to those who donated prizes for this event:
A T Cross | Brand Addition | Pinfold Promotions | Procurement International | Stormtech Europe | Award Signs & Business Gifts | AdGiftsOnline | Badge Base | Desktop Ideas | Juniper Trading | Swag Branded | Preseli | The Pen Warehouse | Ad-Options | Ravensden | TheSourcer.com | Odeani | Premier Impressions | Midocean | Pinfold Promotions | Pencarrie | Ad-Options | Sykes | Award Signs & Business Gifts
If you or someone you know needs support
When you’re living with mental health problems or supporting someone who is, access to the right information is vital. We all need a little help from time to time and asking for support is a phone call or a click away. If you or someone you know needs support, help can be found online via Mind.org.uk.