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Kids Cancer Corporate Quiz - who is the smartest?


13 September 2002 at 1:09 pm
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If you can say Kids Cancer Corporate Quiz three times without a mistake then you're already a winner…. But this kids charity has a few 'tougher' questions in its bid to raise funds this year.

Staff Reporter | 13 September 2002 at 1:09 pm


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Kids Cancer Corporate Quiz - who is the smartest?
13 September 2002 at 1:09 pm

If you can say Kids Cancer Corporate Quiz three times without a mistake then you’re already a winner…. But this kids charity has a few ‘tougher’ questions in its bid to raise funds this year.

The battle lines have been drawn and the smarties of the Sydney and Melbourne Corporate sectors are preparing to compete for the title of Smartest Company!

The aim is to raise over $250,000 for the Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children so that vital support of children with cancer and their families can continue at Gala events in October.

Television personality Tony Squires will host the event in Sydney on 0ctober 25th, 2002 at the Star City Grand Harbour Ballroom.

In Melbourne Seven Sports presenter, Jim Wilson, will host it on the same night at the Plaza Ballroom.

Organisers will be having “live links” between each venue to keep an eye on the competition.

Last year approximately $300,000 was raised between both quizzes and over 850 corporates attended.

In Sydney, like in Melbourne the night also includes a live auction, a silent auction, a raffle and lots more…. Does your ‘smart staff’ have the stamina?

If you would like any more information or booking forms just send an e-mail to corpnews@probonoaustralia.com.au.



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