VIRTUAL FUNDRAISER QUIZ
We’re excited to announce our first fundraiser of the New Year and we’d love to see you!
Join Quizmaster Jeff Allen, as we play to raise funds and awareness for our most vulnerable neighbours. Indulge in:
It’s free to join and all you’ll need is access to Zoom!
You are most welcome to join the quiz either as an individual or as a member of a team!
Simply register to join the quiz by using the Register button below by 15.30pm on Sunday 28th February. Once registered, we’ll send you an email confirming your registration and quiz joining instructions. We’ll be using Zoom to host the quiz. Don’t worry if you don’t already have this, we’ll explain how you can access Zoom when you register.
Donations for a good cause are welcomed
During the fun proceedings, we will also ask for your help to raise £1,500 to advance our humanitarian work for those in need, which will be most welcomed. What's more, we will match all charitable donations up to £500. If you’re a UK taxpayer then your donation will be eligible for Gift Aid, making your contribution even more valued. You will receive an email in acknowledgement of your donation.
You don’t have to join the quiz to donate, all donations are gratefully accepted at any time up to and during the quiz. Simply use the donate button above.
Get ready to put on your Sunday best or hat!
After a long, tumultuous year we could all use a fresh start and we’d love to see some friendly faces. Let’s kick off those lockdown blues for good, raise money for a good cause and have some fun.
We look forward to seeing you.
To see how your donation makes a difference watch this video introduction to the work of Peace Partners
If you give £80 to a charity, the charity can reclaim £20 tax. In addition, your basic rate band is increased by £100. This means that a basic rate taxpayer receives no further tax relief, but a higher rate taxpayer receives a further £20 tax reduction. In other words:
- a basic rate taxpayer giving £80 benefits the charity by £100
- a higher rate taxpayer giving £80 benefits the charity by £100 but receives a further £20 tax relief, so the actual cost to the taxpayer is £60