Trivia Night: At Home Edition to raise funds for West Suburban Humane Society
Help raise funds for the cats and dogs of the West Suburban Humane Society without leaving the house! "Trivia Night: At Home Edition," hosted by Baig of Tricks (baigoftricks.com), will take place on Saturday, April 25. All proceeds from the ticket sales will go directly to the West Suburban Humane Society and benefit the animals in their care.
Participants can buy one virtual ticket for $40 and play from one device as a team or buy multiple tickets and play individually via YouTube Live and Crowdpurr. After purchasing tickets, registered participants will receive a link to play. Tickets must be purchased by Friday, April 24, to participate.
The fun includes two hours of fast paced, general knowledge trivia at adult level difficulty but appropriate for everyone in your "quaran-team." You can also purchase tickets to win a split the pot raffle prize that's up to $400 and second chance raffle prize of two weeks' of NomNom, fresh dog/cat food delivered to your door.
Participate in the virtual Split-the-Pot raffle for $5 a chance. The winner will be announced at the end of Trivia Night.
To order tickets to participate in the Trivia Night, Split-the-Pot raffle, or donate directly to West Suburban Humane Society, visit bit.ly/WSHSTrivia.
In 1987, West Suburban Humane Society moved to 1901 W. Ogden Ave. in Downers Grove. These buildings, which were a private boarding kennel before the humane society bought them, were demolished on April 20, as the humane society moves into the future in the new Adoption Center.
Founded in 1972 as a lost and found referral service, the volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) organization is a no-kill animal shelter dedicated to finding permanent and compatible homes for over 600 homeless domestic cats and dogs every year. Servicing the six counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will, it works for animal advocacy, care, and education through fundraising. For more information about the West Suburban Humane Society or donations, call (630) 960-9600 or visit www.wshs-dg.org and follow them on social networks Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.