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12 Days of Christmas Online Auction
November 20, 2020 - December 6, 2020
With Christmas as we know it this year set to be different, we don’t want to wave goodbye to our usual Christmas fundraising plans.
So, this year we have decided to organise and run a bespoke 12 Days of Christmas online auction that will be live & active over several days (eBay style) with lots of fantastic prizes ranging from fashion to a variety of experiences, sporting memorabilia & art, to luxurious stays. We are sure to have something that will suit everyone and just in time for Christmas! Cancer won’t stop, during the current pandemic and with your support neither will we!
How to Take Part
Our online 12 Days of Christmas auction will be live from Friday 20th November and will be active for you to place bids until Sunday 6th December.
The auction is styled like an online purchasing platform such as eBay, whereby if you see an item you would like to place a bid on, you click onto the item (which will be showing the current price that it is selling for) and place your bid (here you can also see further information on the prize).
Supporters will receive an email notifying them that their bid has been acknowledged and once the auction concludes you will receive another email either informing you that you have been out-bid or that you have been successful, this is when payment will be taken.
If you would prefer not to bid and would simply like to donate to Cancer Fund for Children this Christmas, there is a donate button on the site which will allow you to do so.
Please note, you must sign up to the auction site before placing any bids. This is done by clicking on the signup option on the page or once you click on ‘place bid’ you will automatically be directed to sign up.
Register to take part in our ’12 Days of Christmas’ online auction today here
EUROSPAR and ViVOXTRA are proud to support Cancer Fund for Children’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ auction. During December 12 more families will be told that their child has cancer, and more children will be struggling to cope with the parent’s cancer diagnosis. The impact this has on family life is devastating and we are continuing to take new referrals to ensure that no family faces cancer alone.
While many things have stopped, cancer is not one of them and with you by our side neither will we.