Charity auction results
We’d like to say a huge thank you to everybody who participated in our charity auctions over Christmas. Some of you have requested a run-down of the results, so Gert put together this little table (thank you Gert!).
|Date||Final ($)||Final (£)||Charity|
|Jan 08, 2013||829.03||514.13||Samaritans|
|Jan 07, 2013||395.06||245.00||The Humanitarian Centre|
|Jan 06, 2013||330.56||205.00||Refuge|
|Jan 05, 2013||669.19||415.00||Open Rights Group|
|Jan 04, 2013||451.50||280.00||Claire House Children’s Hospice|
|Jan 03, 2013||501.52||311.02||Engineers Without Borders USA|
|Jan 02, 2013||398.29||247.00||Mary’s Meals|
|Jan 01, 2013||366.04||227.00||The Centre for Computing History|
|Dec 31, 2012||351.53||218.00||Take Heart|
|Dec 30, 2012||348.30||216.00||Practical Action|
|Dec 29, 2012||483.75||300.00||NSPCC Cymru|
|Dec 29, 2012||694.99||431.00||CLIC Sargent|
Absolutely great news and all very worthy causes.
These results are outstanding!
I was kind of disappointed that their success wasn’t followed up into the new year with sales of a pinup calendar of the Foundation members, along with a charity auction of them of some sort. There would need to be some kind of virtual reality option for those of us overseas ;)
Gert van Loo
The only way to make money out of my pin-up picture would be if people paid to ‘please do NOT bring it out’.
Oh boy, we don’t wanna see pictures of that particular hardware!
Well done all.
Add columns with € (Euros). United Kingdom is in Europe ;)
Not for long at this rate.
We in the States welcome all denominations, religious, monetary, and whatever else you may be into. You might want to bring your own tea, but if your brand is already here, the tax on it might be less (if a bit soggy with Boston Harbor water … ewwwwww! ;) ).
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