Hold your own International Women's Day Quiz for Team Mum

Host an International Women's Day quiz for Team Mum
Get some friends, colleagues or customers together and run this quiz celebrating all women - created especially for Team Mum by our friends at Wondering Womb.

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Get some friends together and host this fun, interactive quiz on (or around) International Women's Day, and raise valuable donations for our Team Mum appeal.

Our quiz-hosting friends from Wondering Womb have created an exclusive quiz that's easy for you to run in a pub, at an event or for a group of friends in your living room! Including craft challenges, Tinder or False? and all your normal pub quiz round rounds!

This quiz will help you have a hilarious night with friends, celebrate the power of women and raise money for Team Mum. Donate to take part and help us to create new pregnancy support groups in rural Kenya, empowering generations of women to make informed decisions about their own healthcare, and keep their babies healthy too.

Your pack includes

  • Full instructions on how to host an epic quiz
  • Questions and challenges, written especially for Team Mum by Wondering Womb
  • Team Mum posters and flyers so you can tell your quizzers all about the pregnancy support groups you're funding

How to hold your own quiz

Order your pack and pick a date (we recommend on or around International Women's Day on 8th March).

Invite everyone you know who thinks women are awesome (everyone welcome!)

Create a donation page and ask people coming to donate to create pregnancy support groups for mums like Winfred.

Hold your quiz, using the step-by-step instructions in the pack, and enjoy an epic night celebrating the brilliant women in your life.

Pay in any additional donations from the night to your donation page.

 

 

Winfred Team Mum Child.org

Why hold an International Women's Day Quiz?

In Kenya, one in 26 babies don't survive to see their first birthday. Pregnancy, birth and raising your baby is unacceptably dangerous for women in rural Kenya. Team Mum are determined to fund pregnancy support groups to provide them with vital health information and support.

Part of the problem in rural communities is the social stigma around single motherhood. Young mums like Winfred lack the status or the confidence to seek help or ask questions about their own health, or how to look after their new babies. By bringing women together to learn about their pregnancy, what to expect from birth and how to look after their newborn, we also provide them with a support system of mums.

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