Support Birmingham Conservation Trust by taking part in the Big Give Quiz
Q. How can you spend a fun-filled night with friends, raise funds for Birmingham Conservation Trust, and be in with a chance of winning fantastic prizes?
A. Take part in the Big Give Quiz!
The Big Give Quiz is taking place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 20th June (in the comfort of your own home!).
You can help raise funds for Birmingham Conservation Trust by entering a team in the Big Give Quiz, teams will gather in a friend’s house to complete the quiz online.
The Big Give regularly creates opportunities to help donations make a much greater impact, such as the annual Christmas Challenge where you can have your donation matched. The Big Give Quiz is the latest new initiative; the donations from taking part will help towards supporting Birmingham Conservation Trusts work to preserve and enhance Birmingham’s threatened architectural heritage.
What it involves:
Firstly, you will need to register by visiting:
(Registration will close midday on Wednesday 20th June).
Each team will pay a £10 registration fee to the Big Give and £10 for each team member. Each team member will then receive a £10 donation voucher to donate to Birmingham Conservation Trust on the Big Give – meaning that 100% of each member’s contribution will go directly to Birmingham Conservation Trust.
When you register your team you will be asked to enter the number of team members (anywhere between 2 and 10) – but if you’re unsure you can always add players at a later date.
The successful team will be awarded £250 cash and a £500 donation voucher for their charity – a chance to raise even more funds for Birmingham Conservation Trust.
The Quiz will last for about an hour, and each question will be timed. There will be a few rather tricky questions…and the Big Give warn don’t expect to be able to rely on Google for most of them!
I hope you will be able to take part in the Quiz on behalf of Birmingham Conservation Trust and spread the word to your families and friends about taking part, donations will really help Birmingham Conservation Trust.