Tuesday the 24th November sees Emmerdale star, Strictly winner 2019 and professional rally driver Kelvin Fletcher will host an evening of fund-raising bingo in partnership with MrQ and RailAid.
The online bingo event will be part of the RailAid week which starts on Monday 23rd November and will run for the whole week, featuring some exciting money-raising events such as an online quiz, an auction and of course the main event, an evening of online bingo hosted by Kelvin Fletcher.
RailAid Bingo, as it is being called, consists of ten games, each with a cool £100 prize, as well as a special star prize for the winner of the tenth and final game. The fun-packed event will be streamed via YouTube, with plenty of opportunities to ask Kelvin questions and get the behind-the-scenes lowdown on his many TV exploits.
Head of Fundraising at RaidAid, Jack Miller, said:
“We’re very much looking forward to working alongside MrQ and are grateful for their support in creating the event,”
“We reviewed several options and it was clear that MrQ could provide the smoothest user experience and bespoke gameplay for our audience.”
What is RailAid?
RailAid is a charity week created by some of the leading senior figures within the UK rail industry and The Railway Children – an international children's charity based in Cheshire, that works with street children in India, East Africa and the UK. The group has joined forces in order to raise money that will be used to provide support to children that have been and continue to be impacted negatively by COVID-19. Funds will also be used to support the protection of children from online grooming, domestic abuse and child trafficking.
To find out more about RailAid week and how you can get involved, visit here.
To find out more about MrQ and to sign up for the RailAid Bingo hosted by Stricly winner Kevin, see our MrQ review
Tuesday 24th November starts at 7pm.
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