KEIGHLEY social housing group Incommunities raised £2,817 for charity.

The cash, coined-in through a raffle, will support mental health services provided by the Cellar Trust.

Staff from Incommunities’ asset management service organise a prize draw annually in support of different causes – and the latest event was the most successful yet.

More than 200 gifts were donated by suppliers and contractors of the housing group.

Geraldine Howley, Incommunities’ group chief executive, said: “Thanks to the wonderful support of our staff and partners, we were delighted to hand over the donation to the Cellar Trust.

“The pandemic has affected the vital services of so many charities and our staff see first-hand the significant challenges many people are facing right now.”

Incommunities was thanked by Kim Shutler, chief executive of the Cellar Trust.

“We are so grateful for the support,” she said.