LIFT 4 Autism Auction!
Browse items up for bid NOW: charityauction.bid/Lift4Autism2020
Now more than ever, we as a global community are uniting, even as we stay apart to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. The organizers of LIFT 4 Autism, authors Ginger Scott and Kennedy Ryan, along with Kulture City, this year’s charitable partner, wanted to respond to the real needs of autism families during this incredibly challenging time. Kulture City will direct proceeds from the 2020 auction to autism families struggling during COVID-19.
The online auction features signed paperbacks, hardcovers, full series sets, out-of-print covers, foreign editions, personal one-on-one Skype calls with some of your favorites . . . and MORE, all donated by authors, publishers, bloggers, readers. Just people who wanted to be a part of something to help autism families. You can browse items up for bid NOW here. The docket is open for bidding Monday, April 27 – Friday, May 1.
Since 2016, LIFT 4 Autism has raised approximately $140,000 to benefit ASD families. All proceeds go to non-profit organizations serving the autism community. This year’s charitable partner is Kulture City, whose programs serve the autism community with compassion and generosity.
★ Here’s some FAQ about the auction and the bidding process that may prove helpful: http://lift4autism.com/auctionfaq/
Winning bidders will be emailed with payment instructions.
★ And if you don’t win your bid, you can STILL be involved!
- Make a tax-deductible “no amount is too big or too small” donation to our Kulture City Fund: http://bit.ly/LIFT202Give
- Buy LIFT Gear like t-shirts, mugs, sweatshirts, mugs, etc… (Proceeds to Kulture City): https://teespring.com/stores/lift4autism
- Authors, publishers, agents, etc…we are still accepting items to put up for bid! If you have items you’d like to donate, you can do so here: http://bit.ly/2020LiftDonations
Kulture City, with its emphasis on acceptance, accessibility and inclusion, is innovating service to the autism community. In addition to partnering with the NBA and other organizations to make stadiums sensory-friendly, they provide much-needed safety resources through their lifeBOKS program and equip autists with tablets to bridge communication gaps and open new opportunities for learning through their tablet: KULTURE program. We are so very honored to stand with Kulture City in their compassion and ingenuity.