ASSIST Auction of Promises

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The first Auction of Promises from ASSIST Sheffield. All funds raised will be used to challenge asylum destitution in Sheffield. We will use the funds raised to provide accommodation, welfare and support to homeless asylum seekers in Sheffield.

We would like to thank all the individuals and organisations that have very kindly donated these items.

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A large box of mixed homemade cookies
£ 360
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Personal Tour of Parliament and Lunch
£ 25
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2 tickets to a film at the Curzon Cinema
£ 105
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Joe Scarborough signed limited edition print
£ 155
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5 two-hour Spanish classes
£ 10
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Altitude High Ropes Adventure Family Pass (2 of 2)
£ 25
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A month pass for 'The Climbing Works'
£ 70
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An item of furniture up to the value of £100
£ 65
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Private Tour of the Alfred Denny Museum of Zoology
£ 20
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Altitude High Ropes Adventure Family Pass (1 of 2)
£ 20
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4 delicious pastries from Forge Bakehouse
£ 35
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The chance to be half, or all, of a Camel...
£ 30
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A pair of Comedy Club tickets at Leadmill
£ 25
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A cake, type of the bidder's choosing!
£ 45
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Indulge in an afternoon tea for two
£ 90
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Homemade cake once a month for a YEAR
£ 15
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A whole evening of babysitting
£ 70
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Fish and Chips for 2 once a month for a year!
£ 45
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A meal for two at the Blue Moon
£ 35
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Fairtrade Hamper
£ 130
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£200 voucher for Ashoka on Ecclesall Road
£ 30
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30 wonderful ASSIST cards made by our clients
£ 45
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A 2 course meal for two at INOX
£ 55
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One hour Singing Lesson with Paul Newman
£ 30
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4 tasty Wood-fired Pizzas from Sunshine Pizza Oven
£ 360
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4 nights in the Cotswolds
£ 25
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2017 Rich Christmas Cake (20cms)
£ 25
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4 DBL Sharks basketball tickets
£ 65
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Professional photography session, a great present
£ 30
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2 tickets to TalkingGigs show by Anthony Joseph
£ 120
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A hard-working & experienced handyman (4 hours)
£ 45
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A specially commissioned poem by River Wolton
£ 60
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One night stay for two at "Mammarampa" B&B in Rome
£ 80
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Your favourite film on the big screen & 5 tickets
£ 20
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A story performed for adults and/or children
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