2019 Benefit Auction Statistics: How does your event rate?

Generally speaking, I’m not a fan of comparing the numbers of your benefit auction to other events.  Results vary by region, guest capacity, the cause, the type of event, and other factors. Furthermore, unless you are able to see all of the data …

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The OTHER allegations: Harvey Weinstein’s ties to a fundraising auction

Beyond the sexual allegations, Harvey Weinstein is under investigation for his involvement with AmFAR and its glitzy annual Cannes Gala and auction.

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Red Apple Auctions’ blog makes Feedspot’s Top 25 Auction Blogs list

In April during the busiest part of my travel season, I received an email from the company Feedspot. “I would like to personally congratulate you,” the email began, “Your blog at Red Apple Auctions has been selected by our panelists as one of the Top 25 Auction Blogs on the web.” Woohoo!  The Red AppleRead On >

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I think “hotel silent auctions” are scammy — what do you think?

Hotel silent auctions are NOT auctions, so let’s rename them: Maybe “Pop-up Shops for the Public Good” (whereby a portion of each sale benefits charity).

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Busted! Be wary of images used in fundraising auction displays

Photographers have cracked down on illegally sourced images used by nonprofits. Here are 5 free photography sites to use in fundraising auction displays.
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