|Date:||January 30, 2020, 7-10 pm|
Join us for JEOPARDY! for the Public Good, a fundraiser to support Partnership for the Public Good, at The Buffalo History Museum on January 30, 2020 at 7:00 PM.
This inaugural trivia event promises to be both entertaining and enlightening with local luminaries from politics, nonprofits, media, and the arts competing in a Jeopardy-style team contest, which will feature special Buffalo and PPG-specific categories.
Our contestants this year include Harper Bishop (PUSH Buffalo), Erin Carman (Daemen College), Andrew Delmonte (Cooperation Buffalo), Caitlin Dewey (Buffalo News), Michael Durfee (Niagara University), Rob Galbraith (Public Accountability Institute), Rahwa Ghirmatzion (PUSH Buffalo), Devonya Havis (Canisius College), Sean Mulligan, Thomas O'Neil White (WBFO), Steve Peraza (Buffalo State College), Jill Ann Robbins-Jabine (YWCA Western New York), Christine Slocum (Homeless Alliance of WNY), Nancy Smyth (UB School of Social Work), and Jerome Wright (Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement). Our host for the event will be Christiana Limniatis (Preservation Buffalo).
Doors open at 7pm, and the contest starts promptly at 7:30pm. After the contest, the audience is invited to stay for drinks and light desserts.
Donations start at $25 and include drinks and dessert. Donations may be made at the door or in advance on the Partnership for the Public Good's fundraising site, where donors have the chance to sponsor their favorite contestant: http://bit.ly/ppgjeopardy2020
All proceeds go to benefit the Partnership for the Public Good, which unites over 300 organizations working to build a better Buffalo.