When all non-profits are fighting the uphill battle of raising funds, Charity Bids has armed our organization with a modern and novel way to gather both financial support and awareness, with a few simple clicks of the mouse.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Charity Bids, providers of the world’s most advanced auction platform built specifically for non-profit fundraising has announced that it has launched a charity auction to benefit Na’amat Canada, a part of a worldwide progressive women's organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of women and children in Israel and around the globe.
Items available include: genuine freshwater pearl necklaces and bracelets, dining room set, Club Navigo time share, Bruce Springsteen tickets, stained glass art, classic Judaica, and much more.
“The women at Na’amat Canada have been a pleasure to work with and we hope we can assist them in maintaining vital social services,” said Israel Schachter, Charity Bids CEO.
“When all non-profits are fighting the uphill battle of raising funds, Charity Bids has armed our organization with a modern and novel way to gather both financial support and awareness, with a few simple clicks of the mouse,” commented Orit Tobe, Na’amat Canada President.
About Charity Bids: Built by a team of longtime volunteer fundraisers, Charity Bids is a turn-key web and social media auction platform created exclusively for non-profit fundraising. Charity Bids creates and promotes branded standalone and/or seamlessly embedded multi-channel online & Facebook auction programs that enable non-profits to raise funds through the auction of in kind items and experiences either leading up to an event or on a standalone basis.
About Na’amat Canada: Na'amat Canada is a registered Canadian charity, founded in 1925, with branches in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. Their volunteer members are instrumental in fundraising to support daycares, vocational high schools, a women’s shelter and counseling centers in Israel as well as providing school supplies for children in Canadian shelters, among other social service and community programs.
The name "Na'amat" is a Hebrew acronym for Nashim Ovdot Umitnadvot (Movement of Working Women and Volunteers.)
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