A MARKETING agency set up by a former Bolton School pupil is offering people the chance to win access its services to raise money for charity.

Lightbulb Media, based in Manchester, will give people the chance to enter a raffle with winners getting to use its offerings.

Prizes up for grabs include marketing consultations, makeovers of LinkedIn profiles, a month’s worth of social graphics and paid advertising training sessions.

Funds raised will go to charity Forever Manchester, which supports community activities across the region.

The idea is part of the charity’s Ambassador Accumulator Challenge, where businesses are given £50 and tasked with multiplying it my as much as possible for a month.

The raffle will take place across October with winners announced on the final day of the month.

Tickets are available on the agency's website.

Lightbulb Media was set up by Lewis Kemp, formerly of Bolton School, who explained his motivation for the move.

He said: “I grew up on a council estate so I’ve seen first hand the transformative effects that these community initiatives can have for local people.

“The work that Forever Manchester does is quite literally life-changing, so we’re incredibly grateful to be involved in helping them raise these vital funds, particularly after the turbulence of the 18 months we’ve all just had.”

James Hampson, the philanthropy manager at Forever Manchester, welcomed the move.

He said: “We’re over the moon that so many of our ambassadors have taken up the accumulator challenge and we’re excited to see what ideas they come up with.

“As vocal supporters of Forever Manchester, we know our ambassadors will pull out all the stops to raise as much as they can for communities across Greater Manchester.”