Sunday, May 22, 2022

WREN Property Network raises valuable funds to support mental health awareness

WREN Property Network hosted their eighth annual charity quiz night in November 2021 at Spotlight Bar and Restaurant within the Motorpoint Arena, with the apt theme of ‘topsy turvy’, which was hosted by BBC’s John Collins and welcomed over seventy property professionals to enjoy an evening of food, drinks and competitive fun.

Headline sponsors were Futures Group, while 7 Colours Photo Booth provided lots of laughs during the evening and the quiz champions walked away with gold medals and of course a wooden spoon went to last place.

The chosen charity for 2021 were mental health support charity ‘The Wolfpack Project’, based at The Sherwood Business Centre, Nottingham and launched by Damien Reynolds who set up the charity at the beginning of the pandemic to support young people in isolation, to combat loneliness and to provide useful resources and support groups with the aim of bringing people together on and offline to connect, talk and get involved in organised activities.

WREN raised £670 on the night which was then match funded by Tattershalls to take the grand total raised to £1,340.

Damien Reynolds of The Wolfpack Projects says: “The £1,340 donation fully funds 2 support groups every month for 1 year. Each support group welcomes, provides resources, and supports 10 younger people each session, who are lonely, isolated, or at risk of poor mental health. This vital funding will positively impact the lives of up to 240 younger people across Nottingham throughout 2022. What a fantastic impact!”

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