Mayfair Capital Investment Management, the UK real estate investment manager, hosted its annual Charity Quiz Evening on Thursday 21 November 2013 in support of Action for Children.
The event at The Lansdowne Club, W1, raised £15,000 as the property industry bid for a range of items including a week’s holiday in a Turkish villa and a day behind the scenes with Channel 4 Racing.
Sky news presenter, Kay Burley, was the Quiz Mistress and Chris Mills, CBRE’s Executive Director, Auctions emphatically lead the auction. The majority of tables were taken by law firms, property firms and charities. Nabarros went home triumphant as the quiz winner.
Action for Children has been supporting the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK for over 140 years.
Stephen Musgrave, Chairman of Mayfair Capital, said: “Action for children supports the UK’s most vulnerable and neglected children by working directly with over 250,000 children, young people, parents and carers. We are delighted to have raised £15,000 to support such a worthy cause which will help transform the lives of vulnerable children and their families across the UK. ”
This year’s event was Mayfair Capital’s seventh annual Charity Quiz Evening and around £90,000 has been raised over the years for a variety of charities.
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Notes to Editors
Mayfair Capital is an independent, owner-managed, UK real estate investment management business. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in London, Mayfair Capital is authorised and regulated by the FCA. Its management board, which is chaired by Stephen Musgrave, includes Guy Brogden (chief executive officer), James Thornton (chief investment officer), Robert Palmer (fund director) and James Lloyd (director of marketing). Mayfair Capital serves a diverse client base, including the Property Income Trust for Charities, the MC Property Unit Trust, the MC Income Plus Fund, the MC Property Growth Fund No 2 and the Mayfair Capital Residential 1.