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Swot Up – host a quiz night

Put on a fun quiz for friends, family and colleagues to raise money for blind veterans

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How do I take part? 🤔

Find a venue and set a date for your quiz. Then round up your friends, family and colleagues to challenge their general knowledge while giving them a fun night out.

We’ll give you all the materials you need to host your quiz, including questions, answers and answer sheets.

Ask quiz goers for a set donation to take part, or let them donate an amount of their choice. 

You could plan some other activities to raise money on the night like a raffle or pot luck. 


How much does it cost? 💷

Nothing. All we ask is that you raise as much as you can for Blind Veterans UK.

Your impact

Supporters like you play a huge role in raising the vital funds we need to support isolated blind veterans.

12,441 befriending telephone calls made to veterans in the past year
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184 online social groups held in the past year, so our veterans could stay connected and combat isolation
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Many thousands

of blind veterans across the UK still need our support

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Find out more about our impact

How we’ll help you

Register your Swot Up with us and we’ll give you everything you need to host your quiz, including:

  • Questions and answers (including a multiple-choice option)
  • Answer sheets
  • Score sheets
  • Promotional posters to help you spread the word
  • Hints and tips on how to make the most of your quiz night
  • An introduction to your local fundraising team, who are on hand to help with anything you need
  • Updates on how the money you raise helps blind veterans

Make sure you sign up to receive emails from us when you're registering your challenge. Otherwise, we won't be able to send you all the information and support you need.

Sign up for a Swot Up quiz night

Give your colleagues, family and friends a fun night out while raising money for isolated blind veterans

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