Business Journalists Corporate Challenge Quiz to raise funds for Dublin Simon Community

28/04/2017

The Business Journalists Association of Ireland (BJAI) 17th annual Corporate Challenge quiz, in aid of Dublin Simon Community will take place on Tuesday, 30th, May at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4.

RTE’s Bryan Dobson will return as quizmaster and Mr. Justice Peter Kelly, President of the High Court, will adjudicate on the night. daa; William Fry and eir are 2017 sponsors.  The Reputations Agency is donating event management and public relations services for the sixth consecutive year.
 
The Corporate Challenge is open to all companies interested in helping to raise funds for Dublin Simon Community, who provide services and support to those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Each year the Corporate Challenge Quiz night attracts some of the top names from the world of law, business and public relations. Since the annual event begun it has raised close to €500,000 for the Dublin Simon Community.

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Justyna Drogomirecka, Corporate Fundraising Manager, Dublin Simon Community said, “The BJAI Corporate Challenge fundraising initiative has been a vital fundraising lifeline for Dublin Simon Community over the years. The funds raised on the night help us to provide vital services to those who rely on us each day. Through these donations, combined with the commitment of the business community and the business journalists, we are able to continue to address homelessness in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow and Meath.”
 
The cost for a corporate table of four is €1,000. A journalist will also join a corporate table and act as an additional team member for the evening's quiz. The event starts at 7:15pm with drinks and the quiz starts at 8p.m. Last year’s winner was Edelman.
 
Donal O’Donovan, Chair, the Business Journalist Association of Ireland, said, “When we re-started the Corporate Challenge in the depths of the 2012 gloom, we were bowled over by the support we got and the number of people telling us how much they’d missed it. Since then, many firms have experienced the Corporate Challenge for the first time, and have come to love it as much as our stalwarts. As the economy recovers, we hope to see even more newcomers this year, so we can raise even more money for this very deserving cause.”

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