The ladies of the Athena Network Surrey and South West London generously donated products and business services for an online auction on behalf of The Victoria Foundation and The Children's Air Ambulance.
The Victoria Foundation helps to improve many lives through providing medical equipment and support to those in need. The Children’s Air Ambulance is a dedicated transfer service for critically ill babies and children. When seconds count, it can be the difference between life and death. The auction raised over £2,000 for both charities who were absolutely delighted.
jumblebee has just hosted a successful silent auction for The Haven, this time with items donated by Martin Clunes including a walk on part in the TV series Doc Martin.
On Friday, 21st March, jumblebee was at St. George's Hill Golf Club supporting Myeloma UK with a web and electronic silent auction. Great venue, and beautiful day. The day in total raised c. £50,000 for a wonderful cause!
News journalist Pip Tomson is kicking off 2014 with a cycling adventure across the stunning Maasai land in Kenya - 147km over four days through remote terrain and well away from the tourist trails. Through jumblebee auctions, Pip is running an online auction featuring some great prizes. Prizes will be posted here one by one. Bidding time will be limited so do look out for them.
jumblebee can now offer you the facility to run a live silent auction at your event, complete with big screens and touchscreen bidding tablets. Contact us now to find out more.
This Silent Auction in aid of The Haven is open to all and will close online on 7th October. There are some unique prizes such as polo lessons, a weekend at The Priory Bay Hotel and a Land Rover experience day. Tell all your friends!
In July jumblebee hosted a silent auction for the NSPCC. The prize was a flight in a private jet with Sir Ian Botham to watch The 4th Ashes Test in Durham.
jumblebee recently ran a silent auction in the lead up to Treloar's annual Mansion House fundraising dinner in London. Two students from Treloar School were the stars of the show. Amy and Beth sang solos as part of the entertainment, which included an address by Treloar’s patron, broadcaster and journalist Alastair Stewart OBE and a performance by the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. The sell-out event attracted 260 guests and raised over £25,000 for the charity.