Charity Fundraising new benefit auction ideas include celebrity, hand-drawn sketches as auction items for fundraisers.
Charity Fundraising is proud to announce their new benefit auction ideas. Charities, schools and non-profit organizations can now offer celebrity hand-drawn and autographed sketches, or artwork, at their fundraising events. “We are thrilled to have some new and exciting auction items to offer to non-profit organizations. I truly believe the celebrity artwork will be a big hit with the audience, and will help these organizations raise a larger profit,” states Phillip Ryan, Director of Media Relations for Charity Fundraising.
Charity Fundraising also provides other auction items including autographed music, sports and movie memorabilia as well as VIP experiences and spectacular vacation packages to non-profits on a zero risk consignment basis. These no risk auction items are provided on consignment basis so there is no cost or risk to the non-profit for offering these items to their supporters. Auction items are shipped to the non-profit completely free of charge and ready for display. If there are any items that do not sell, the non-profit simply returns the items and Charity Fundraising even covers the shipping costs.
Charity Fundraising help non-profits choose the right auction items for their guests. “We want to help organizations by providing them with the best advice possible. We continually create new strategies based on our experience and the needs of our charity partners. Our celebrity artwork is our newest benefit auction idea,” mentions Ryan.
A few of the items that can be featured at auctions are the hand drawn and autographed “Jet Plane” by John Travolta, a “self-portrait” drawn by Johnny Depp, and the most popular Charles Schulz “Snoopy” original sketch.
Charity Fundraising has served over 5,000 charities, schools and non-profits annually, providing fundraising ideas and charity auction items to help them exceed all fundraising goals with zero cost and zero risk to the non-profit. In 2012 the company’s no risk auction items raised over $4.1 million at silent auctions, fundraisers and other charity auctions worldwide. Visit Charity Fundraising at https://www.cfr1.org/