(Vancouver, BC) – The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC is one of the charities participating in the Fighting Covid Together II online charity auction – following the highly successful charitable auction of the same name held May 23rd. This auction will take place live on Wednesday July 22nd online through Able Auctions (www.ableauctions.ca).
This exciting fundraising event brings seven important and diverse organizations under one umbrella for one night, united in one cause – to raise awareness and funding during this unprecedented pandemic.
There is absolutely no cost to the charitable organizations and no buyer or credit card fees to the successful bidders. Jeremy Dodd and his team at Able Auctions have donated their time, talent and financial costs for these auctions. Howard Blank & Diana Zoppa, (Point Blank Shows) Rebecca Bollwitt,(Miss 604) Laura Balance, (LBMG Media Group)Tracey Wade and their teams have also donated all costs to ensure that this auction maximizes revenues for these important organizations.
This auction will be upbeat, fun and fast-paced with a live audio auction online supporting each of the seven charities involved and hosted by Howard Blank. Guests can bid in real time after viewing the pictures and descriptions of each lot. A special fund a need option for straight tax receipting will also be offered. Participants must be registered and there is not cost to register by going to www.ableauctions.ca
What: A live online auction in support of CPABC. Each charity is donating gala auction-style prizing as lots and there will also be an instant “Fund A Need” buy now option for monetary donations and tax receipting.
Where: Online! Register as a bidder in advance through www.ableauctions.ca no later than Monday, July 20th, 2020 at 4:00 pm in order to qualify for this auction.
When: Wednesday July 22, at 6:00 pm live www.ableauctions.ca
Participating organizations: BC Cerebral Palsy Association, Odd Squad Production Society, Mel Jr. & Mart Zajac Foundation, Pancreatic Cancer Canada, Doctor Peter AIDS Foundation, BC Centre For Ability and Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation.