Mortgage Brain has launched a ‘Lockdown Love’ charity campaign.

Throughout February, Mortgage Brain will be hosting a variety of activities to raise funds for several chosen charities.

The activities will run between 1 February and 26 February,

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The ‘Lockdown Love’ campaign is raising money for the RSPCA, Mind, Alzheimer’s Society, and MacMillan Cancer Support charity.

As part of the activities, customers will have the chance to vote for one of the nominated charities that will then receive a donation from Mortgage Brain.

In addition, Mortgage Brain is encouraging customers to share one act of kindness they have either received or which they carried out themselves.

Entries will be placed into a prize draw, with the winner taking home a prize and a donation being made to their chosen nominated charity.

Furthermore, the firm is asking customers to submit photos of the strangest place in which they have worked during the pandemic, or of the most entertaining homeschooling moments they have experienced.

Entries can be submitted on Twitter or LinkedIn using the hashtags #WFH or #homeschool, with Mortgage Brain tagged in the post.

Winners of the prize draw and the photo competitions will selected on 15 February and the 1 March, respectively.

Mortgage Brain is also encouraging its staff to share photos of what has helped them get through the difficulties of lockdown, as well as funny stories about how they met their partners or humorous first meetings of other colleagues.

Entries for each competition will be entered into a prize draw.

Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, said: “The last year has been incredibly challenging, and it would be easy to focus on the doom and gloom.

“But the truth is that people across the industry have responded to these difficult times in incredible ways and we want to shine a light on some of the more positive elements of life in lockdown, from those acts of kindness that have made a big difference to those weird and wonderful homeschooling experiences.

“The campaign will also raise funds for some fantastic charities, so we urge people to spread the word and share a little ‘Lockdown Love’.”