World's Biggest Pub Quiz to return
The World’s Biggest Pub Quiz will be returning to pubs in March next year, with a new charity partner in Shelter.
The World's Biggest Pub Quiz will be returning to pubs in May next year, with a new charity partner in Shelter.
After a year out due to lockdown, organisers PubAid are hoping for a record number of pubs to take part in order to raise as much money as possible for the homeless charity.
Pubs will be encouraged to run the Quiz between 9 and 15 May, though there is flexibility to host it at any time during the month.
"We're delighted to be back after Covid forced us to cancel the quiz earlier this year," says PubAid founder Des O'Flanagan. "Shelter's work with people facing homelessness has never been more important, so we're confident there will be widespread support for the charity among pub goers."
Currently, 91 families become homeless every day in England. Money raised via the quiz will help Shelter give information, advice and support to those facing homelessness.
Pubs will be encouraged to host the quiz in aid of Shelter, but have the freedom to support another charity.
All pubs signing up to host the World's Biggest Pub Quiz will receive a free fundraising pack, including posters and social media assets, to help them host a quiz that brings customers into their pub for a fun-filled evening that raises money for a worthy cause.
The World's Biggest Pub Quiz was launched in 2016, and has raised a total of £750,000 for hundreds of charities. It is free for pubs to run. Further information can be found here.