How We Support Raffles

At MMHF, we recognise the power of raffles as a fun and engaging way to support men's mental health. We're committed to assisting raffle events that align with our mission.

Financial Support

Organising a successful raffle involves careful planning and execution. We’re here to provide our expertise in raffle management, offering guidance in logistics, prize sourcing, and more.

Securing sufficient funding can often be a challenge when conducting a raffle. We provide financial backing for eligible raffles, helping you create an exciting event that also supports a good cause.

Promotion and Marketing

A successful raffle requires enthusiastic participants. We help promote your raffle through our various channels, ensuring it reaches a wide audience and attracts ample participation.

Volunteer Mobilisation

Behind every successful raffle is a team of dedicated volunteers. We assist in recruiting and coordinating volunteers, ensuring your raffle runs smoothly.

Collaboration with Other Organisations

We believe that partnerships can amplify the impact of raffles. We're open to collaborations with other organisations, extending the reach and influence of the raffles we support.

Past Supported Raffles

We take pride in the raffles we've supported in the past. Browse our showcase to see previous raffles, their outcomes, and testimonials from the organisers.

At, we're dedicated to supporting raffles that contribute positively to men's mental health. Let's work together to make a difference.

Currently Under construction.

We are currently working on making raffles available to you.

Your lucky day will be here soon.

In the meantime, please refer to our preferred supplier of Raffles so that your day will come sooner rather than later.

Looking for frequently asked questions?

We’ve gathered answers to common questions about our raffle support process and policies. Visit our FAQs section for more information.

MMHF – while all men (young and old) should be catered for, there is a higher propensity for suicide at the 16-18 end and the over 60+ end.

We don’t have a focus on racial or ethnic as at the end of the day we are all men.

MMHF – yes, but as above, our focus is men’s suicide prevention and we are not taking a position
on sub-categories.

MMHF – Building and Construction is the sector that was originally earmarked, primarily as that is
where many suicides are happening (over  200 a year).

MMHF – As above, and good areas of focus. If we have a decision tree, it would run along the areas

  • men
  • areas of high suicide risk for prevention
  • as we will not be ‘operating services ourselves’,
  • the MMHF focus is creating ways to raise funds which we can distribute to either Tier 1 or Tier 2 ACNC nominated charities