Memorabilia Magic of Tampa Partners with Charitable Fundraising Organizations To Raise Millions of Dollars

From a Babe Ruth signed baseball, Muhammad Ali signed Boxing Gloves, a 1937 Slot Machine, a flight in a Jet Fighter, or tickets to a sport’s or red carpet event, silent and live auctions contribute greatly to maximize profits for charities – all while helping the world’s most vulnerable people and causes.

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Eugene Cernan, the 'Last Man on the Moon' thanks John Osterweil for his participation with the Naval Aviation Museum.

I am honored that my efforts help to support clients achieve their goals.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) June 24, 2014

From a Babe Ruth signed baseball, Muhammad Ali signed Boxing Gloves, a 1937 Slot Machine, a flight in a Jet Fighter, or tickets to a sport’s or red carpet event, silent and live auctions contribute greatly to maximize profits for charities – all while helping the world’s most vulnerable people and causes.

Getting Involved: John Osterweil, founder of Memorabilia Magic, and his team work with fundraisers to identify specific pieces that would be of interest to their patrons. The company provides the items on consignment, freeing the charity of risks or costs. “I’ve been working with John for 10 years,” said Janice Davis, CEO of Tampa Florida’s Ronald McDonald House. “He has such a unique collection that offers something for everyone.” Memorabilia Magic makes it easy. The company even pays to ship the items to the charity event and often provides the set-up or management of the silent auction, leaving the organizers free to focus on their patrons.

Social, political, cultural, and environmental organizations from across the country partner with Memorabilia Magic each year raising millions of dollars. Memorabilia Magic is a trusted partner for the Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Make-A-Wish, schools, universities, museums, symphonies, and many more.

Last year alone, Memorabilia Magic provided over 300 events with memorabilia, tickets, and experiences that enabled the charities and causes to raise millions of dollars toward solving today’s toughest problems. “I am honored that my efforts help to support clients achieve their goals,” says John Osterweil, “We want to empower organizations with simple, creative and rewarding tools that help raise funds for causes that impact you and your community not just effectively, but successfully.”

About Memorabilia Magic:

John Osterweil is a life-long, avid collector of just about everything – not to mention a man in action with a passion for social responsibility. Selling his service company in 1998, he was then free to focus on effective ways to effect meaningful change in the world. He thereby founded Memorabilia Magic. Memorabilia Magic offers autographed collectibles from sports, entertainment, politics, and history. The company also provides a range of classic experiences including VIP Tickets to monumental sporting events such as the Super Bowl, the World Cup, the Masters, the US Open Golf and Tennis Championships, the Emmy Awards, Tony Awards, MTV and Country Music Awards, the Macy’s Parade, and much more. And for the adventurous - a Top Gun flight as a fighter pilot.

Memorabilia Magic’s trusted tradition of excellence provides authentication and guarantees with all of their products to an expanding range of organizations, amongst them social, political, cultural, health, research, and environmental charities, schools, universities, hospitals, museums, symphony orchestras, zoos, and private companies that include The Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Make-A-Wish, Moffitt Cancer Center, Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Boomer Esiason Foundation.

For more than 16 years of service, Memorabilia Magic’s core values have held strong: “We believe in creating meaningful change in our world; we believe in empowering people and organizations; we believe in being the best at what we do.”