Davenport, Iowa:  Your trivia skills and knowledge could help someone live in a safer home. Rebuilding Together Quad Cities is looking for teams who want to help it support its work by playing at its trivia night fundraiser on Friday, April 17 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1111 W. 35th Street, Davenport.

Doors open by 6:30 pm, with play starting at 7:00 pm.  Cost to play is $10 per player. Tables of eight are available for reservation by calling (563) 322-6534 or emailing rebuilding@RTQC.org, or registering via the group's Facebook site at rebuildingtogetherquadcities. Teams may bring snacks, but all drinks must be purchased from the Knights of Columbus.

For extra ways to win, players may also purchase mulligans and doublers, or bid on a "rent-a-geek" in latter rounds of play.  Proceeds from the fundraiser will help the organization continue its work of repairing homes for elderly, low-income and disabled Quad City homeowners.  The trivia night comes just eight days before the group's April 25 home repair workday on National Rebuilding Day, where it plans to repair up to eight homes in the Iowa and Illinois Quad Cities.

Rebuilding Together Quad Cities, once known as Hearts and Hammers, has repaired more than 800 homes since 1999. As a 501c3 organization, donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Online donations are welcomed at www.rtqc.org.

For more information about the group's work and project application procedures, please call the Rebuilding Together Office at 563-322-6534 or email Rebuilding@RTQC.org.


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