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How do we consistently achieve great results for our clients?

Auction design
Every auction page is custom designed to suit your product or service being auctioned.

Write entire copy for each auction
We work with you on creating effective copy to grab the attention of online bidders.

Your auction is promoted on the eBay charity auction web page
Drive a better result with an icon on eBay's charity page. View the page HERE.

Launch auction
A unique user name is created for your organisation and the auction page uploaded to eBay.

Manage the auction by verifying bidders, answering questions from bidders, tracking traffic, i.e. how many people are looking at your auction, etc.
Without proper management, your auction can attract non-genuine bids which ultimately wastes your beneficiary's time and money. We verify all bids and save you time by answering questions from bidders. We also monitor traffic to your page, proving valuable marketing information to your organisation.

Collect money from winning bidders
Once the auction closes, we collect payment from the winning bidder.

Send proceeds to charity (you!)
We immediately deposit the funds into your account, less any fees.

Ship item out to winning bidder
We expertly pack the item and ship locally or overseas.

>> Click on the images below to view each auction

 

With the help of well known fashion designers and New Idea magazine, we raised $3,214 for the United Nations Development Fund for Women.

 

$55,100 raised for the Children's Hospital at Westmead, courtesy of a Ducati Superbike signed by the 2006 Socceroos!

 

NSW State of Origin Halfback Brett Finch's boot fetched $8,600 on eBay. What a kick!

 

Oceanworld Manly celebrated the birth of a Grey Nurse shark in July 2006 and decided to auction the naming rights!

 

The World Triathlon Corporation helped provide one lucky athlete with the opportunity of a lifetime! Funds raised $11,100 on eBay

 

Adelaide FM station, MIX102.3, launched a campaign to auction a transportable home on eBay, raising over $65,000

 

A day with the Prime Minister or dinner with Kim Beazley? The Press Gallery in Canberra raised over $33,000 for Australian charities

 

With 15 high-profile fashion designers on board, Madison magazine eBay, raising over $65,000

 

Channel Nine's A Current Affair organised the signatures of the Australian Commonwealth Gold Medal winners to raise $23,350 on eBay

 

Before the FIFA World Cup kicked off, Coca Cola offered a lucky bidder the chance to see the trophy as it passed through Sydney. $550 was raised on eBay for the beneficiary

 

Attracting bidders the world over, Holden decided to auction the very last Holden Monaro to roll off the production line, raising $187,000 for Leukaemia Foundation

 

There's a giant statue of Universal Pictures' King Kong out there somewhere and the highest bidder helped raise $3,250 for the World Wildlife Fund.

 

Mr Potato Head never looked so good! Over $8,000 was raised with this unique celebrity auction

 

When The Socceroos qualified for the FIFA World Cup, Telstra Stadium dug up some hallowed turf and put it up for auction, raising over $17,000! The most expensive turf in Australia?

 

A round of golf with Rick Ponting? Bidders on eBay were given the chance to play a round with Ricky Ponting in Sydney and Brisbane

 
 
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