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PDF, 1427KB - Race for Life
MISSION:
QUIZ NIGHT
Get your friends and family to put on
their thinking caps to help you raise money
for your event.
PENS AT
THE READY!
Holding a fundraising quiz is easy; you could have
friends and family over to take part at your house, or
go all out by holding it at a pub or local venue. It’s a
fun and interactive fundraising idea that everyone can
get involved in to support you.
In this pack we’ve included four rounds of questions
which should take around forty minutes to complete.
If 24 of your friends
donated £3 to attend your
ultimate quiz night raising £70,
this could buy a Bunsen burner
to help our scientists ignite our
groundbreaking research on
a daily basis
Send us tweets
of your event to
@raceforlife
TOP TIPS FOR
FUNDRAISING
SUCCESS
Try adding a few extra rounds
‘Guess the picture’ is always fun, and ‘name that
song’ is also a great addition. Just don’t forget
to include some extra pieces of paper along with
your answer sheet.
Promote your quiz
Ask your friends and family to promote the quiz
and consider putting up posters in your local area.
Remember, the more people that take part,
the more money you’ll raise.
No cheating
How to raise money
with your quiz
On the day, make sure to let everyone know the
two quiz rules: don’t cheat and have fun!
1Get everyone to donate
£3 to take part
Team names
Get everyone to think of an inventive team
name – you could even award extra points for
the best one.
Prizes
You need to consider what the winner will get;
maybe make a certificate or provide a group prize.
Fundraising guidelines: for more information and guidelines
on fundraising, take a look at the Cancer Research UK website:
cancerresearch.org.uk/fundraising
Licences: you will need a licence from your local authority for any of
the following activities:
• Providing alcohol
• Selling goods in a public place
• Providing entertainment •
Putting up banners or signs in
public areas
• A public collection 2Issue the losing team with
a penalty for coming last
3Include your JustTextGiving
code on the posters and put
them up at your quiz – look
at our Quick Tips pack for
guidance.
Raffles and lotteries: there are strict and
complex laws relating to raffles and lotteries.
There are also legal requirements regarding
prizes, the costs of running a raffle or lottery,
and the way they are organised. Please contact
your local authority for advice before holding
an event like this.
ROUND 1
Team name:
POP CULTURE
Best of luck with the Race for Life quiz,
you’re going to help defeat cancer sooner.
On your marks, get set, charge...
1
Which well known actress voices “Meg”
from the popular TV show Family Guy?
6
How many red balloons did Nena take
into the pop charts?
A Drew Barrymore
A55
B Mila Kunis
B99
C Angelina Jolie
C22
D Scarlett Johansson
D100
2
Which 2014 TV programme starred
Matthew McConaughey and Woody
Harrelson?
A Breaking Bad
7
Played by Hugh Laurie, who is Chief
of Diagnostic Medicine at PrincetonPlainsboro Teaching Hospital?
A Gregory House
B The Wire
B James Wilson
C True Detective
C Robert Chase
D Downtown Abbey
D Eric Foreman
3
Which Top Gear presenter is known as
The Hamster?
8
The series Smallville is about the early
years of which superhero?
A Richard Hammond
ASuperman
B Jeremy Clarkson
BSpiderman
C James May
C Wonder Woman
D The Stig
DBatman
4
How has Erica Leonard enjoyed worldwide
success since June 2011?
9
From which musical does the song
Memory come?
A Winner of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction
A Mamma Mia
B Winner of the women’s London Marathon
BWicked
C Author of Fifty Shades of Grey
C Les Miserables
D Winner of the Turner Prize
D Cats
5
What was the surname of Del Boy and
Rodney in Only Fools and Horses?
10
“You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Livin’ on
a Prayer” were early hits for which band?
ATaylor
AKiss
BBoyce
D Guns n’ Roses
CTurner
C Bon Jovi
DTrotter
B A Ha
ROUND 2
FAMOUS FEMALES
1
Which author wrote the books ‘Northanger
Abbey’, ‘Emma’ and ‘Sense and Sensibility’?
6
Which famous chef is also the majority
shareholder of Norwich City Football Club?
A Virginia Woolf
A Angela Hartnett
B Charlotte Bronte
B Nigella Lawson
C J.K. Rowling
C Delia Smith
D Mary Berry
D Jane Austen
2
Which British actress has received seven
Oscar nominations to date?
7
Which artist’s 2014 exhibition is named
“The Last Great Adventure is You”?
A Helen Mirren
A Tracey Emin
B Judi Dench
B Anne Hardy
C Maggie Smith
C Vivienne Westwood
D Kate Winslet
D Ciara Phillips
3
Who was the first British woman to take her
seat in the House of Commons?
8
Which athlete has 11 Paralympic gold
medals to her name?
A Nancy Astor
A Hannah Cockroft
B Margaret Bondfield
B Ellie Simmonds
C Irene Ward
C Sarah Storey
D Margaret Thatcher
D Tanni Grey-Thompson
4
Who was the first Queen of Great Britain?
A Queen Victoria
9
Who is known as “The Lady with the Lamp”?
A Marie Curie
B Queen Elizabeth
B Florence Nightingale
C Queen Mary
C Eva Peron
D Queen Anne
D Mother Theresa
5
Which famous lady said ‘people will never
forget how you made them feel’?
10
Who was the first female poet laureate?
A Sylvia Plath
A Princess Diana
B Carol Ann Duffy
B Audrey Hepburn
C Christina Rossetti
C Maya Angelou
D Emily Dickinson
D Amelia Earhart
ROUND 3
RACE FOR LIFE
EVENT ANAGRAMS
These word teasers are all locations where
our events take place. Can you unravel them
and name those towns?
1
ABS FELT
2
MARVEL HOP TOWN
3
SWORD IN
4
WASHY BET TRY
5
HAM FLOUT
6
BEARD NEE
7
FLEETS NOOK
8
PRANK BUY FIRS
9
SWAG LOG
10
MARCHES TEN
ROUND 4
RACE FOR LIFE
TRIVIA
1
In what year did the first Race for Life
event take place?
6
How many kilometres were covered in
2014 by our Race for Life ladies?
A1994
A2,236,525
B2001
B927,977
C1997
C1,305,844
D2005
D1,796,322
2
What is the name of the song which
featured in the Race for Life 2014
TV advert?
7
How many tonnes of mud did our ladies
wade through at all our Pretty Muddy events in 2014?
A Knights of Cydonia
A200
BUnderdog
B100
C Connection
C75
DHero
D250
3
How many ladies took part in
Race for Life 2014?
8
How many litres of water were slurped
in 2014?
A250,731
A50,000
B500,400
B100,000
C 559,337
C20,000
D355,090
D200,000
4
What dance was performed at all 2014
Race for Life event warm-ups?
9
In 2015, what type of brand new event
is being launched by Race for Life?
A Cancer Slam
ASwimathon
B Jog On To Cancer
BCycling
C Pink Army March
C Half and Full Marathon
DMacarena
D Gorilla Run
5
Since Race for Life started how many
women are estimated to have taken part?
10
How many events took place in 2014?
A291
A over 7.1 million
B123
B over 5.2 million
C1
C over 1 million
D198
D over 6.9 million
QUIZ
ANSWERS
ROUND 1
ROUND 2
1 B Mila Kunis
1 D Jane Austen
2 C True Detective
2 B Judi Dench
3 A Richard Hammond
3 A Nancy Astor
4 C Author of Fifty Shades of Grey
4 D Queen Anne
5 D Trotter
5 C Maya Angelou
6 B 99
6 C Delia Smith
7 A Gregory House
7 A Tracey Emin
8 A Superman
8 D Tanni Grey-Thompson
9 D Cats
9 B Florence Nightingale
10 C Bon Jovi
10 B Carol Ann Duffy
ROUND 3
ROUND 4
1Belfast
1 A 1994
2Wolverhampton
2 B Underdog
3Windsor
3 C 559,337
4Aberystwyth
4 A Cancer Slam
5Falmouth
5 A over 7.1 million
6Aberdeen
6 D 1,796,322
7Folkestone
7 B 100
8 Finsbury Park
8 B 100,000
9Glasgow
9 C Half and Full Marathon
10 Manchester
10 A 291
AFTER YOUR QUIZ
RETURNING YOUR
SPONSORSHIP
Set up a JustGiving Page
You can either ask your guests to donate straight to your
JustGiving page – set up a JustTextGiving code before your
event – or you could ask for cash donations which you can
then add to your JustGiving page yourself. For more tips on
JustGiving and how to set up a text code, take a look at our
Quick Tips sheet in the Raise Money section of the Race for
Life website.
If however you don’t have a JustGiving page and
would rather return the money another way, there
are four ways you can do this...
Online
Pay in your money using our online form at
raceforlife.org/returnsponsorship
By phone
Call us on 0300 123 0770 and pay with your
credit or debit card
By cheque
Send us a cheque payable to “Cancer Research UK”
to Race for Life, PO Box 1579, Oxford, OX4 9HX
At a charity shop
Go into any Cancer Research UK charity shop
and pay at the till
Don’t forget to send in your sponsorship form as we need
your name and address so we can claim Gift Aid. This can
add at least an extra 25% to every donation at no extra cost
to you or your sponsors.
CASE STUDY
Sarah
“I’m Sarah and I’m experiencing this horrible
disease for the second time in three years.
I was originally diagnosed with breast cancer
back in 2010, a year after my daughter was
born. I had a lot of treatment and also had
both breasts removed.
I started taking tamoxifen and continued
until I found a lump in my neck in late 2013,
which was biopsied and unfortunately
diagnosed as a secondary tumour in my
lymph nodes. I’ve been having treatment
since January 2014, and thankfully the
tumour has shrunk significantly.
One day I hope to be cancer free and able
to watch my beautiful daughter Isabella
grow up. Along with my family and friends,
she’s helped me get through my darkest
days. That’s why I take part in Race for Life
– to help make sure that I’ll be there by her
side in the future.”
BUNTING
You will need
Instructions
• A printer
1Print this page out as many times as you need it.
You can print it out on plain paper or card.
• A4 paper or card
•Scissors
• Glue or sellotape
• String or tape
2Cut along the dashed lines so you have each triangle
separated and then fold along the dotted lines.
3Place your string or tape along the top of the bunting
above the fold. Then glue or tape the flap down
so your triangle is stuck. Repeat with as many triangles
as you need.
stick here
stick here
stick here
stick here
stick here
stick here
ONEY
M
COLLECTION
BOX
Instructions
1Print out the template and then glue
it to a piece of card – perhaps an
old cereal box – and cut it out along
the dashed lines. You could also
print it out on A3 paper so you can
make your box bigger to hold more
donations. Don’t forget to cut out the
coin slot!
2Fold along the dotted lines and apply
glue or sellotape to the tabs which say
“glue here”.
3 Assemble your collection box.
stick here
You will need
• A printer
• A3 or A4 paper
•Scissors
• Glue or sellotape
MONEY COLLECTION JAR
You will need
Instructions
• A printer
• A4 paper
1Print this page out as many times as you need it.
You can print it out on plain paper or card.
•Scissors
2 Cut along the dashed lines.
• Glue or sellotape
3 Stick to your jar or tin.
DONATIONS
• A clear jar
DONATIONS
DONATIONS
DONATIONS
DONATIONS
DONATIONS
DONATIONS
QUIZ NIGHT
Support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life this
year by coming along to our fantastic quiz night
to help beat cancer sooner.
WHEN
WHERE
Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1089464),
Scotland (SC041666) and the Isle of Man (1103).