SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --Three deserving Bay Area charities won big during a fun evening in San Francisco.
Some of the brightest minds of the Walt Disney Company teamed up to take part in the annual Trivia Night fundraiser at Lucasfilm.
A sharp-minded group of our ABC7 colleagues also joined in on the action. Trivia Night raises money for three local organizations: the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, the AIDS Emergency Fund and Mental Health Associates of San Francisco.
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Trivia Night began 12 years ago as a way to help local charities.
"I always like to make at least $100,000 every year it's been pretty amazing what they've been able to pull. In the last 10 years they've been doing it, they've raised over $1 million," said Trivia Night founder Paul Hill.
They added to that amount last night, bringing in more than $143,000 for charity. A group of Lucasfilm employees was the winning team.
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Disney is the parent company of ABC7 and Lucasfilm.