Embrace – Child Victims of Crime
RAISED FOR CHARITY£17,385
Marking its 25th anniversary at London's Natural History Museum, Embrace – Child Victims of Crime raised £17,385 through sealed paper bidding, harmonizing fundraising with guests' enjoyment.
Embrace – Child Victims of Crime was founded in 1993 by police officers to work with law enforcement agencies and safeguarding professionals in a variety of ways. London’s Natural History Museum provided a unique setting for the 25th anniversary of the charity. Sealed paper bidding was chosen due to busy schedule planned for the evening. This type of bidding is a great way of fundraising in the background of an event as it doesn’t require constant involvement from the guests.
Superstars work together with charities and fundraising events to maximise their live and silent auction results. We provide unique products together with auction management services that deliver a more efficient and profitable event for our clients. For this particular event, our top selling products were the Ascot Box, Henley Regatta Hospitality and a Lewis Hamilton Signed Cap which together raised just under £5,000. Our dedicated account managers will put together a bespoke list of our products that will suit your audience perfectly and help raise as much possible for the charities.
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