Rockinghorse Children's Charity Online Auction

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Welcome to the Rockinghorse charity auction. We are auctioning off a range of great items over the next month to help boost our fundraising so take a look, and if anything catches your eye, place a bid and keep your fingers crossed!

 

As many of you may know, Rockinghorse is the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton. We raise funds for specialist equipment and projects for sick children across Sussex but following the Coronavirus outbreak our ability to fundraise in the usual ways has been severely affected. We have lost around 50k in funding from the cancellation or re-scheduling of marathons and events but children still need our help; infants continue to fall ill, babies continue to be born prematurely and little bones continue to be broken.

 

So, we are asking for your help to continue our vital work by doing whatever you can. Rockinghorse CEO, Ryan Heal, explains why your help is so important; “Every single pound raised helps us continue to provide vital services and equipment to poorly babies and children in our communities. You may think that one person can’t make that much of a difference, but nothing could be further from the truth!”

 

Each donation, however small, goes towards specific projects or equipment and your donations can help that continue. Even during this current crisis, our supporter’s donations have been used to fund several COVID-19 specific projects showing that we are able to provide help quickly and where it’s needed most.”

 

Happy bidding!

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Brand New DKNY Navy and White Dress - Size 8
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£ 40
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Nookie London Snakeskin Leather Bag
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One ticket to Women's Wellbeing Festival - Rest Fest
Lot 11
£ 35
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Wine and Reason Wine Box Hamper
Lot 10
£ 20
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Organic Handmade Soap Hamper Box
Lot 13
£ 110
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Brighton Pier Sunset Painting
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1970 Chelsea Ron "Chopper" Harris Shirt
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HADO Player vs Player 60-minute Experience for up to 12 People!
Lot 4
£ 200
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Framed Brighton and Hove Albion signed 2018 shirt
Lot 5
£ 150
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Replica Leeds United Shirt
Lot 9
£ 150
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More Radio Breakfast Experience
Lot 2
£ 200
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Nobby Stiles 1966 England Shirt
Lot 7
£ 40
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Pizza Express Voucher
Lot 8
£ 100
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Refurbished Lenovo Laptop
Lot 1
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1966 Gordon Banks England Shirt
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