Msizi Africa’s Fourth Annual Quiz Night

Need that excuse to go on a great night out? Well, look no further as Msizi Africa are hosting their annual, highly anticipated quiz evening on Thursday 22nd November from 6pm-midnight. The evening will be taking place at the chic venue of Minister Exchange (Minister Pavement, Mincing Lane, London, EC3R 7PP). So come along for an invigorating challenge and enjoy a glass of champagne as well as some food, whilst ultimately helping an incredible cause!

Msizi promises that this year’s World Aids day quiz evening, being the fourth one of it’s kind, will ‘be bigger and better than ever!’ The forthcoming event will also include a silent auction and a fundraising area with prizes from luxury brands…certainly a few things to get your heart racing with excitement and a perfect way to start your Christmas shopping!

Each, individual ticket for Msizi’s upcoming event includes a welcome drink to get you in the mood and, of course, a delicious dinner – for only £25.00. You can book your teams of up to six through the following link: http://www.bmycharity.com/quiz2012. All tables must be booked by Thursday 15th November. Unsurprisingly, the event is proving exceptionally popular so make sure you book your tables ASAP!

Trust us when we say that Msizi Africa is a truly amazing cause. Today, the charity helps to care for over 600 poverty stricken orphans living in three, African countries through supporting four projects. The projects range from a school feeding programme in Tanzania to the provision of food parcels for hundreds of orphaned children living in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa with HIV positive carers. Msizi also makes sure that these children have a safe, comfortable and sanitary environment to grow up in by building new houses for them. Unsurprisingly, the charity has attracted many high profile supporters. Click here to see what Dr. Miriam Stoppard has to say about this inspirational cause.

Msizi was started by Lucy Caslon in 2007, following her volunteering experience at an orphanage in Lesotho called Mophato oa Mants’ase. Upon feeling boated and sluggish from what she was eating there, Lucy became motivated to raise money to fund nutritious foods for the orphans. In just days of eating the new foods, the children had more energy and were able to concentrate better at school. When she returned to the UK, Lucy conscientiously worked to raise more money, enabling her to continue her admirable work in Lesotho. When in 2007, Lucy won the Vodafone World of Difference award, she was able to leave her job and work for Msizi full time. Msizi Africa then became a UK registered charity.

 

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