Virtually Wrapped Christmas Prize Draw

by Virtually Wrapped Christmas in London, England, United Kingdom

Virtually Wrapped Christmas Prize Draw


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The Prize Draw in support of James' Place & SHOUT is raising money to help fund vital work in suicide prevention & mental health support

by Virtually Wrapped Christmas in London, England, United Kingdom

The profits from this incredible Prize Draw (with over 110 brilliant products to be won) will go to James' Place and SHOUT to help fund vital work in suicide prevention & mental health support.  

All the prizes have been donated by the brilliant brands on the Virtually Wrapped Christmas Shopping Event and there are some truly brilliant prizes to be won.


To enter the prize draw and be in with a chance of winning one of the 16 amazing prize bundles below (take a peak!) please buy a ticket - known as a 'reward'.


  • Each entry will give you a chance to win any one of the 16 prize bundles below
  • Each entry costs £5
  • To enter 'select the reward' you would like

Suicide is the single leading cause of death among men under the age of 50 and for young people aged 20-34 years in the UK.  Both James' Place and SHOUT do incredible, pioneering work in suicide prevention and mental health (see below). The money we raise will ensure that they can be fully serviced and roll their initiatives out faster to those that need it most. More details about their work can be found below.

Thank you a millions times for your support and good luck!  One prize bundle per person. terms apply.


Here are just few of the amazing prize bundles you could be in with a chance of winning for just £5:

Prize Bundle One 

  • £150 SIRPLUS Voucher ❅
  • A dress up to the value of £240 from Seraphina London ❅  
  • A small portrait of the winner's dog made into postcards by Phoebe Rolls Dog Portrait Artist ❅
  • A magnum of Château Lamothe-Cissac from The Magnum Company  ❅
  • A whole uncooked ham off the bone from Emmetts Ham ❅  
  • A small diamond pendant from Mimi Baldwin ❅ 
  • Memories Turtle Bracelet in Yellow Gold  and Navy Leather Bifold Wallet from Kiki McDonough ❅ 
  • 10 Pocket books in a glossy box from Sloane Stationery ❅
  • A Black Pages Album from Noble MacMillan ❅

Prize Bundle Two 

  • Cheese & Charcuterie Hamper from Harvey & Brockless ❅
  • A £200 gift voucher for Alex Gore Browne ❅ 
  • A mans Zip Jersey from Sophie DE-R ❅ 
  • A pair of men's swimming shorts from Mangata London ❅ 
  • A Card Wallet from Stone & Mason ❅
  • A linen gilet from Guillotine ❅
  • A Sock Subscription from The London Sock Company ❅

Prize Bundle Three

  • A silk mask from Maime London ❆ 
  • Beige linen jacket from Atlas the Brand ❅
  • A "Molly" Silk Blouse from Philippa London ❅ 
  • A Spanish ceramic medium bowl from Mews Furnishings ❅ 
  • A set of four Siriki placemats & napkins from Birdie Fortescue ❅ 
  • A set of four Beetle Coasters from Bell Hutley ❅ 
  • A pair of earrings from Coco & Kinney ❅ 
  • Sterling Silver XO Studs by Harry Rocks ❅

Prize Bundle Four 

  • A Pucker Up Peach t shirt from Chloe Stewart Embroidery ❅
  • A pack of six candles from Issy Granger ❅ 
  • A basket of choice from Assia ❆ 
  • A silk eye mask from Jessica Russel Flint ❅ 
  • Lexy London Pyjama Set 
  • A 15% off voucher from Troy London ❅  
  • A pair of Huggies from Nue Hoops ❅
  • A Sweet Innocence A4 limited edition print from Laura Pearse ❅

Prize Bundle Five

  • A set of Hades Trays from Zazoo Designs ❅ 
  • A Blue Gainsborough Garland Shirt from Iona Debarge ❅ 
  • A shirt from Fitz & Fro ❅  
  • A pair of gold charm earrings from I & I Jewellery ❅ 
  • A cashmere beanie from Illann Cashmere ❅ 
  • A gold plated Labradorite Bracelet from Auree Jewellery ❅ 
  • An A4 print of choice from the The Wine Art Shop ❅

Prize Bundle Six

  • An LED Pink Cherry Blossom Garland from Enchanted Trees ❅
  • A cashmere hot water bottle cover from Malin Darlin ❅ 
  • Set of six Candles from The Present House Company❅ 
  • A gift box of preserves from Black Mountain Smokery ❅ 

Prize Bundle Seven

  • A beautiful hand painted jug from Holly Lasseter Designs ❅
  • A set of eight Holly and Wreath Christmas Napkins from Sibona ❅  
  • A set of six Festive Christmas Tennis Ball Baubles by The Price of Bath ❅
  •  A range of products from The Brexit Biscuit ❅  
  • A gift of assorted soaps from Mariana London ❅ 
  • A glass heatproof platter rom Club Matters ❅

Prize Bundle Eight 

  • A set of three cone candles from Rebecca Udall ❅ 
  • A shawl from Tooka Designs ❅ 
  • A floral nighty from Pom Lampson ❅
  • A set of pyjamas or nightie from Isla & Wilbur ❅ 
  • A Meri Meri suitcase doll (boy or girl option) from Sisi & Seb ❅ 

Prize Bundle Nine 

  • A scarf from Pink House Mustique ❅ 
  • A muslin bath cap from Willa & Bear in their new monochrome print ❅ 
  • A grey baby-grow from Magnet Mouse ❅ 
  • A sleep suit from Mini La Mode ❅

Prize Bundle Ten 

  • Aubergine t-towels by Alice Straker  ❅
  • Branche d'Olive Candle ❅
  • A t-shirt from Five Boys Clothing ❅
  • Code Chroma wash-bag ❅
  • A necklace in rose gold and zirconia from KK Zaza ❅

Prize Bundle Eleven 

  • Emma Jane Knight racer black t-shirt ❅
  • A Christmas Mini Gift Box from Cotswold Candle Co ❅
  • A £30 voucher for Mandarina Shoes ❅
  • A laptop brush from The Oxford Brush Company ❅
  • A Peter's Yard branded jute bag filled with Peter's Yard product ❅

Prize Bundle Twelve 

  • One bottle of flagship dry gin from Piston Gin ❅
  • A Souzu jelly cat bunny  ❅
  • The Get-Ahead Cook' & 'Make It Easy' (cookbooks), signed & gift-wrapped by Jane Lovett ❅
  • A Dhurrie Tote Bag from The Summer House Collection ❅

Prize Bundle Thirteen 

  • A Wisdom While You Work Journal ❅
  • A £50 voucher from Roanne Orlebar Designs ❅
  • A set of leaf print napkins from Sarah K ❅
  • One Condiment gift box from Lucy's Dressings ❅

Prize Bundle Fourteen 

  • A men or women’s wallet from Luxtra London ❅
  • A Laptop case from Cheskie Designs ❅
  • Bloody Bens Bloody Mary Mix with large tomato juice from Bloody Bens❅
  • A Le Petit Trou Lingerie Set from Full Disclosure Luxe ❅
  • A "Winnie" Scrunchie from Phoebe Grace ❅
  • A St James wash bag + a monogram from Initially London ❅  

Prize Bundle Fifteen

  • 2021 Calendar from Jam Jar Edit  ❅
  • Monogrammed sheepskin slippers from Rae Feather ❅
  • Four Knicker Pack from Stripe and Stare ❅
  • An Ellis Hoodie and matching Nelson Jogger from TOBEFRANK 
  • A yoga mat from Kin Yoga Mats ❅
  • A4 edition print of winners choice from Laura Stoddart ❅

Prize Bundle Sixteen

  • A Christmas Consult about family health and nutrition plus a number of other prizes from @lizzieloveshealthy ❅
  • A Millie Pink goody bag of gifts to the value of £50 ❅
  • A 20% refund from Toy Box Club ❅
  • Matching Shorts from Robert & Son ❅
  • A copper jug from Tamra ❅

About James' Place

Suicide is the single leading cause of death among men under the age of 50 and for young people aged 20-34 years in the UK. Suitable support for men in suicidal crisis is vital; yet service provision is lacking, particularly within community settings. James’ Place is the first of its kind in the UK, delivering interventions by trained therapists to men who are experiencing a suicidal crisis. They opened their first centre in Liverpool in 2018 and have seen over 400 men in this time - they will open their second centre in East London in early 2021.


Shout 85258 is a free, confidential, 24/7text message support service for anyone in the UK who is struggling to cope. The service is staffed by trained volunteers and is designed to enable individuals to take their next steps towards feeling better. They can help with issues such as suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, abuse, self-harm, relationship problems and bullying.

Virtually Wrapped is an online Christmas Pop-Up presenting a carefully curated collection of wonderful, original and exciting brands all in one place. 

As part of the Pop-Up we are raising money for our charity partners James' Place and Shout who do important work in suicide prevention and mental health.

The work of these suicide prevention and mental health charities, especially during these difficult times, is extremely important and very much needed. 

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