Ways to Improve Your Charity Auction

Charity auctions are a fun way to raise money for philanthropies and not-for-profit organizations. If your group’s fundraiser includes a silent auction table, BCW offers several ways to improve the presentation of the table to help increase bids.

First, Document Toploaders and easel backs are essential. You’ll have numerous 8½” x 11″ print-outs and gift certificates that you’ll want to present in an attractive fashion. If you have larger posters or artwork that need affordable protection, large toploaders are available in numerous sizes.

Autographed balls and jerseys are common at these auctions. To better present these items, get display cases. Sports memorabilia enclosed in ball and jersey holders will be more impressive and likely get higher bids.

BCW offers wholesale accounts for not-for-profit organizations. Simply complete our wholesale application, and provide your tax exempt identification number (state or federal). Once your wholesale application is approved, you can sign-in to your account at www.bcwsupplies.com to view BCW’s products at wholesale pricing.

2012 Stanley Cup Final Net Cord Card

This Jeff Carter card (2012-13 Upper Deck SP Game Used Hockey, 25 of 25) with net cord from Game 6 (the final game) of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final will be auctioned off to support the Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation.

Jeff Carter, Net Cord Card from the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals - Game 6

Jeff Carter, Net Cord Card from the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals – Game 6

The auction will be conducted by Dakota Gaming Supply (bigwrangs) on their Ebay page. The auction bidding will close on December 14th, 2014 at 10:00 Pacific Time. The card will be shipped in a BCW thick card sleeve and card holder to keep it protected.

All proceeds of this auction will benefit the Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation. Jack played high school hockey until a hit left him quadriplegic. The Jack Jablonski BEL13VE in Miracles Foundation was created to support spinal cord injury recovery. Today, Jack continues down his road to recovery, believing that every day holds the potential for something amazing to happen. And the foundation that began in his name works to do something amazing for others with spinal cord injuries. Donations to the foundation are welcome.