Everything South City Seeks Three Members for 26th Annual Project Read Trivia Challenge November 16th

South San Francisco, CA   October 19, 2018

After many years of joining in as spectators, Everything South City is happy to announce we are looking to form our second team for Project Read’s 26th Annual Trivia Challenge. Our last team was in 2016 and we did great and had a lot of fun while supporting a very important mission. We are seeking three members of our community to represent us at this annual event slated for Friday November 16th. As a team member you will join our Everything South City table during the buffet dinner (delicious!) prior to the challenge. The event is held at the South San Francisco Conference Center.

If you are interested please contact us as news@EverythingSouthCity.com.

PLEASE NOTE: You can also create your own team or just come out and root for us all by purchasing tickets- more info below!! Worthy cause that is so much fun – see you there!


The Trivia Challenge is the annual fundraiser for Project Read of North San Mateo County.

Our very popular Trivia Challenge, one of South San Francisco’s finest events, draws wide community attention from a number of sources including the business community, community leaders, and residents from North San Mateo County. Every year, over four hundred people attend this fun-filled event. This year, we celebrate the 26th Anniversary of Trivia Challenge on Friday, November 16, 2018.

Teams of three compete for the distinguished title of “Trivia Champions of Northern San Mateo County.” Each year, the winners are added to the Trivia Challenge perpetual trophy and return the following year to defend their title. We also have a “Best Team Costume” competition where teams can come in costume, wigs, t-shirts, hat, or just about anything that exudes FUN. Invite your friends and co-workers to join you for dinner and cheer for their favorite team.

When you arrive, you’ll get a preview of our Silent Auction items, be able to purchase raffle tickets, and enjoy beverages from our “No Host” bar. A delicious buffet dinner is served and then the Trivia competition begins.

To support our event, you can:

  • Become a sponsor of the event: $500 to $10,000  Sponsorship Form
  • Participate on a team: $400  Team Registration
  • Attend the dinner and competition: $50  Dinner Reply Form
  • Buy raffle tickets: $5 for a book of 6
  • Bid on Silent Auction items such as Disney One-Day Park Hopper tickets and Atlantis Casino Resort Spa Stay in Reno.
  • Donate merchandise and gift certificates for services for our Raffle and Silent Auction

For more information see our Trivia Challenge Fact Sheet. To contact Project Read call (650) 829-3871 or email Gail Davison.



More info about Project Read

Our Mission

Assisting adults to read better helps their families and our communities. Project Read helps low literacy and low income adults to reach their literacy and financial goals.

“It makes me feel good working with my tutor. I have the power to improve myself, and I will.” – Anonymous Learner

“If you study, you will learn. This is my motto.” – Halima Laraj, Adult Learner

“All of a sudden I realized that I had understood the email from a friend with a quick first-time read. It occurred to me how much I had improved.” – Anonymous Learner

Who We Are

We are adult learners, volunteer tutors, and program staff dedicated to lifelong learning. We assist individuals who live in Colma, Daly City, San Bruno, and South San Francisco. With the help of a volunteer tutor, learners become more independent at home, at work, and in their communities.

Programs Offered

We offer free programs to improve the lives of Project Read adult learners. We also offer free training, workshops, books and on-going support for our volunteer tutors. Adult learners enrich their lives, as well as the lives of their families, by working on their goals.

Financial Literacy Programs

  • Money Management Training
  • Matched Savings Program
  • Financial Coaching Available
  • VITA (Volunteer Free Income Tax Assistance)

For more information contact:
Fernando Cordova, Literacy Services Coordinator

One-on-one Tutoring on Reading, Writing & Spelling

  • Training of Community Volunteers to Provide Basic Reading Instruction for English Speaking Adults

For more information contact:
Fernando Cordova, Literacy Services Coordinator

Learning Wheels

  • Preschool on wheels that visits low income families at daycares, health centers, schools, homeless shelters and other places where community gathers.
  • Provides family storytimes, educational activities, and free books to build home libraries.
  • Parents receive information about parenting, literacy, health and other community resources.

For more information contact:
Pat Jarvis, Literacy Services Coordinator

Contact Us

Project Read of North San Mateo County
840 West Orange Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080
(650) 829-3871

Staff Contact Info

Karla Bourdon
Literacy Services Manager

Gail Davison
Office Specialist

Fernando Cordova
Literacy Services Coordinator

Pat Jarvis
Literacy Services Coordinator

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