October 28, 2019

St Peters Lodge, Peterborough donate £500 to CPSL Mind

CPSL Mind was delighted today to receive £500 from St Peters Lodge No 442 in Peterborough. The money was raised from a number of raffles held throughout the year.

CPSL Mind was delighted today to receive £500 from St Peters Lodge No 442 in Peterborough. The money was raised from a number of raffles held throughout the year.

Stephen Winterton (former Worshipful Master of St Peters Lodge) said, “We are delighted to be able to provide this donation to CPSL Mind. Mental health is such an important issue and one which affects so many, especially our young people. With one in four of us in any one year experiencing a mental help problem, we hope this donation will help local people who are struggling with their mental health to get better.”

Zoe Doherty, Fundraiser for CPSL Mind said, “We are so happy to receive this wonderful donation. The money raised will be used to help local people in their recovery, including supporting people in mental health crisis through our Sanctuary service. A huge thank you to Stephen and all the members of the St Peter Lodge for their wonderful support”.

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