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Hold a Quizmas Party and join the fight against heart disease
November 21, 2016
Jersey residents urged to get in the festive spirit and raise money for research. With just weeks to go until Christmas, Jersey residents are being invited to kick off the festivities early this year by holding a Quizmas Party to help support the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) life saving research.
Gather together your friends, family and colleagues for a Christmas quiz this holiday season to help raise vital funds in the fight against heart disease.
Take part at work, in your local pub or even at home. It’s simple – we provide the questions, you bring the fun!
The money raised will help fund new life saving discoveries that will transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory disease across the Channel Islands and UK.
The BHF receives no Government funding and relies solely on the enormous generosity of our supporters to keep funding new ground-breaking research. Last year the public raised an amazing £143million but the BHF urgently needs more funds to help continue its vital work.
Sign up today at www.bhf.org.uk/quizmas to download your free fundraising kit with everything you need for a fun Christmas quiz, including quiz questions, bunting, team plaques for team names, stickers and rosettes for the lucky prize winners.
Summer Parkin, Fundraising Manager at the British Heart Foundation, said: “The festive season is almost upon us and if you’re looking for ways to get into the spirit of giving, we’ve got it all wrapped up.
“By holding a Quizmas Party you can help raise money for our life saving research and revolutionise the way we fight heart disease.
“Thousands of people in Jersey are fighting a daily battle with heart and circulatory disease, not just this Christmas time, but all year round. With your help our life saving discoveries can help make a difference to everyone affected by these devastating conditions.”