The event was first hosted in 1993 and this year’s dinner will see representatives from companies including PWC, JP Morgan, the Telegraph, PKF Littlejohn, JLT and Mercer in attendance and showing their support for the children’s charity.
Lauren Stebbing, NSPCC community fundraising manager, said: “The Brain Game has become a desirable event for companies who are looking for more cerebral ways to engage with their employees; some choose to bring clients as it’s an impressive evening of fun with a competitive edge.”
The NSPCC is hoping this year’s dinner and quiz will raise £25,000 to help protect a generation of local children by raising funds for the NSPCC’s Schools Service, which helps primary school children understand abuse through workshops and assemblies.
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