A Fun Night Of Online Trivia In Support of the CRFC

November 25, 2022

Thank you!

Our third annual fundraiser was a huge success and we can’t thank you enough for the amazing support. We had 30 teams playing trivia, amazing local businesses that donated money, gifts and their time and more online donations and love than we could have ever hoped for.

Stay tuned for updates. We are already looking forward to the “fourth” annual Trivia for a cure next November.

The Trivia

Altitude Coffee Roasters and the CRFC are partnering up once again for our third annual Trivia for the Cure. 

Sign up your team of four below, or sponsor your favourite team! The fun begins at 7:00pm EST on November 25th!

Your $100 entry fee includes:

  • Your teams entry for the event.
  • Each team member’s entry into our door prizes.
  • Coupons and goodies from our local sponsors.
Our friends Ben and Bernie from the All Day Breakfast Agency will be broadcasting the show through Zoom.  Team members can play in person with each other or connect digitally to play in separate locations.

The trivia night will consist of five rounds of questions with ten questions in each round.

Due to the nature of the online format, the questions will be multiple choice (with the final round being true or false).

Teams will be unable to answer questions until the question and possible answers have been fully read aloud.  However, after that, you need to be quick!  Points will be awarded for not only the correct answer, but speed in answering as well.

While you are free to use your phones to stay in touch with teammates and inputting answers into the scoring platform, no digital aids may be used in helping you answer questions.

register to play!

Teams are made up of up to four players.

Once you submit your entry fee, you will receive an information package at the e-mail address you used to pay the fee.

Please be sure to include your team name and the names of all players in the comments section of the form below!


About CRFC And Choroideremia

Chorioderemia Research Foundation Canada Inc was created in August 2004 and granted charitable status the same year. It was created to support the choroideremia (CHM) community in Canada and be a source for information and raising funds for research. The organization has raised over $350,000 since then and, with its partners, has funded several research trials that are moving us closer to curing CHM.

Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare inherited disorder that causes progressive vision loss, ultimately leading to complete blindness.  The first symptom is generally night-blindness, followed by vision loss in the mid-periphery. Over time the peripheral vision loss extends in both directions leading to “tunnel vision” and eventually complete loss of sight.

At this time, there is no treatment or cure for this disease. However, what we have is hope. In the short history of the CRFC, we have already seen incredible advances made in CHM research. Gene therapy treatment is now in clinical trials. The early results from these clinical trials have been very positive, and may soon offer individuals the first-ever treatment for CHM. Now, it is no longer a question of if a cure will be developed; it’s a question of when.

We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you at the event!

Sponsor a Team

Want to show your support by sponsoring a team? 100% of donations go directly to the CRFC. Tax receipts will be issues for all donations over $20.00.

Please be sure to include the name of the team you want to support and your full name and address in the comments section when making your donation!


The Organizers

The gang at Altitude Coffee Roasters are joining forces once again with the gang at the All Day Breakfast Agency to put together a fun evening and to raise funds.

If you think we’re doing a good job, please check us out.

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Stay in Touch

Send us your e-mail address and we’ll put you on our list. We’ll keep you updated on current and future trivia events.

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