Charity Quiz Night: Online Edition
25 March 2021
Due to popular demand, the virtual Charity Quiz Night is back!
Once again, we offer challenging questions, prominent athletes, and the chance to empower children to overcome obstacles and find new hope. Play with your self-assembled quiz team against rival teams, Right To Play ambassadors, and other familiar faces.
Date: Thusday, 25 March 2021
Time: 7.30pm - 9.00pm CET
Price: CHF 100 donation per person
Format: 4 virtual quiz rounds with questions on sports, theatre, music, and general trivia. The team size is up to you, though we recommend a max. of 6 people per team.
Host: Right To Play Ambassador and former Swiss handball player and triple jumper Carlos Lima will personally welcome you to our online event. You will then be handed off to our favourite Quiz Master Lesley, who will guide you through an evening of quizzing.
Let's overcome the ongoing challenge of social distancing and meet again for the 2021 Charity Quiz Night. This is your chance to have a virtual get-together with your friends or colleagues and compete with them online! Bring your sports, drama, music, and general trivia knowledge and see which team comes out on top, at the Charity Quiz Night: Online Edition! The winning team will receive a Right To Play surprise delivered to their homes!
Let yourself be inspired by the Charity Quiz Night 2019:
Active & former professional athletes take up the challenge with you and compete for a better future for thousands of children worldwide
Our ambassadors will also face the questions and support their team alongside you or even ask their own challenging questions for you to answer! Right To Play Switzerland is supported by these ambassadors.
See our FAQs on how to participate in the Charity Quiz Night here. Still have questions after reading them? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask away!
The entire proceeds of the Charity Quiz Night, after deduction of expenses, will be fully invested in the Right To Play projects. Help us to keep the costs as low as possible: