Q. Who is eligible to participate?
A. Participation is open to any fan of Gillian Anderson worldwide.
Q. What is the structure of the fundraiser?
A. Each group will have one  organizer, who is responsible for hosting the event and inviting fellow fans and friends. The structure of the event itself is simple. It opens with a viewing of Gillian Anderson's written/directed episode of The X-Files, “all things,” and then onto two  Gillian Anderson films of the host and/or group's choice. Every participant, the host and all guests, pays 10 USD each to participate. 100% of this will go to the TBA charity.
Q. How do I sign up to be a host?
A. First we ask that you check to make sure there is not an event already going on in your area. If there is, please contact the event host for information on attending. If not, email (email@example.com) and we will be happy to start you on the process of hosting this fun and exciting day!!
Q. What if someone has already signed up to host an event in my city?
A. While you may still go forward with your own event, we strongly encourage fans within the same metropolitan area to join forces. If there is already an event being organized in your city, we suggest that you contact the host for more information on participating with them.
Q. May I do anything other than admission cost to raise more money during my event?
A. Additional funds may be raised throughout the course of the event through raffles, games, a collection hat, et cetera. Organizers may contact the IBG team for ideas, though are encouraged to use their creativity for additional fundraising methods during the event. 100% of any additional funds raised goes to the charity, as well.
Q. What do I do with the money collected after my fundraiser?
A. All groups are REQUIRED to send 100% of the funds raised to IBG, Inc. The money raised worldwide will go in one lump sum to the TBA charity on behalf of all participants. All contributors will receive due recognition in the event portfolio being sent to Ms. Anderson upon completion of all fundraisers. Each group will have a page with the group name, location, list of participants' names and the funds the team raised. Teams are encouraged to submit a group photo, as well.
Q. When do I need to have my fundraiser by?
A. ALL marathons must take place between 01st April, 2010 and 30th April, 2010. The event host must submit via PayPal the money raised at their marathon to IBG no more than three  days following their event. The check to the TBA charity will be sent out by the end of the first week of May 2010.
Q. Last year there was a prize given to the host and group that raised the most money. Will that be the case this year, as well?
A. Yes. The group that raises the most money will receive complimentary IBG teal rubber wristbands. The organizer of the leading group will receive a special gift.
Q. What percentage of the funds raised do I need to send to IBG?
A. 100% of the money each group raises through admission and additional activities is required to be sent to IBG, Inc. for inclusion in the mass donation. If you would like to host an event, please be prepared to organize on your own dime. [All you need is a living room and a DVD or Blu-Ray player!!] It is prohibited to take any percentage or cut of the money you raised to cover any costs incurred while organizing. We will provide you with ideas to host a wonderful, effective event without too much personal expenditure. If the IBG team is to discover that an event host or team is anything less than forthcoming with the totality of funds raised, you will be immediately dismissed from the project.