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The free service, based in the UK, has enabled fundraising for many hundreds of causes, over 14,000 promises have been auctioned.

An auction may be started in minutes and people invited to contribute a good deed or an item.

Bidders can bid online and then optionally conclude at a live event.

How it Works

Anyone can start an auction for a registered cause.

Via the service, others may donate promises and place bids until the end of online bidding.

The service provides an auction management facility and tracks progress to your target.

It's free !

To maximise the funds you raise, we do not take commission or charge for the services.

Instead, new features and running costs are funded by a small amount of advertising.

 

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what could you promise?

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What's going on...


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21 promises added for Deer Park School 2017 Ghana
Raising money towards Year 10 volunteer trip to Ghana March 2017....

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Music Themed Auction For Chieveley Pre-School - Autumn 2016 is in progress
We have a fundraising mission, of raising £10,000 for Chieveley Pre-School this academic year. This is our first event and we are running this auction alongside our `Stars in Their Eyes` event (at t...

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£1945 raised for Thorverton Primary School And Thorverton Pre School Auction Of Promises
Thorverton Primary School PTFA and Thorverton Pre School are pleased to present their Auction of Promises at The Exeter Inn, Thorverton on Friday 30 September at 7.00pm. Food from 7pm, auction commen...

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£800 raised for 2016 Auction For Horwood And Newton Tracey Primary School
Welcome to the HNTPS Auction of Promises 2016.

Please look through the list of promises we have already received and get bidding! New promises will be added to the list as they come in so ple...

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Over £800 bid so far for 2016 Auction For Hague Bar Primary School PTA
Raising money for Hague Bar Primary School PTA....

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