Cleaver Fulton Rankin Raise £7848 for The Prince’s Trust at Brains of Belfast Quiz

November 26, 2014

Cleaver Fulton Rankin are delighted to have raised £7848 in aid of The Prince’s Trust at their recent Brains of Belfast Quiz which took place in The Ivory.

Hosted by Downtown Radio’s Kirstie McMurray, Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s employees, clients and friends enjoyed a champagne reception, a selection of delicious food and a challenging 10 rounds of questions.  Guests also had the chance to win fantastic raffle prizes donated by restaurants and stores across Northern Ireland.

The evening was supported by almost 20 companies from across Northern Ireland who were all battling it out to be crowned the ‘Brains of Belfast’. Huge congratulations must go to the team from Danske Bank who were crowned eventual winners on the night. Further congratulations must go to the teams from Investec and MBA Planning who finished second and third respectively.

Cleaver Fulton Rankin chose The Prince’s Trust who support those from 13 to 30 who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion, as its Charity of the Year for 2014 and to date have raised approximately £20,000.

Alan Gibson, Associate, who organised the event along with Associate Nemonie Fulton, Solicitor Julie-Ann McCaffrey and Marketing Executives Joanne Maguire and Peter Gilpin, said, “Cleaver Fulton Rankin would like to extend our thanks to everyone who supported the firm’s Brains of Belfast Quiz and helped us raise funds for our Charity of the Year, The Prince’s Trust. The quiz closes off a great year of fundraising for The Prince’s Trust with fundraising efforts also including competing in marathons and a Giro themed cycling event as well as curry club events, monthly dress down days and bake sales. Our staff have been delighted to be involved and contribute to fundraising ideas that have made a direct and tangible contribution to local disadvantaged people.”

Companies including Boots, The Ivory, Belfast Cookery School, Deanes, James Street South and many others also helped to make the evening a success by providing raffle prizes and support. Particular thanks to HSBC for their kind donation in support of the event.