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Info 101: Miami eBay bidding and selling for breast cancer research

Supporting the locals is one of the great things about being a member of a community and Miami Florida is no exception. During this time of year as we take our giving up a notch donating "pink" items online and locally. Now thanks to the powerful online platform of : eBay Giving Works people can do their part reaching out to those supporting the cause from anywhere in the world, including Miami Florida!


The current nonprofits listed for this cause from the area are:

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Miami/Ft. Lauderdale

Your Bosom Buddies II, Inc.

South Florida Cancer Association

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Southwest Florida

American Cancer Society - Florida Division

Pull something pink from your home, your closet or stop by the local shop and pick up something PINK to list on eBay. Ebay allows us to give from 10% to 100% of the final sale to the nonprofit of your choice directly through the selling system.

Buyers, shop for the cause. Visit the nonprofits and browse through the items and know that your money is going directly to the organization of your choice. You can even give directly through the system by making a donation.

If you are a nonprofit and need help with getting your listings into the system, call me for a free consulting call at: 352.209.2792 or attend one of my eBay classes for free in Silver Springs Florida. (Limit one free person per nonprofit)

Shop for the cause, give to the cause, sell for the cause and most of all, help get us closer to finding a cure to this horrible disease.

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Comments

  • Patricia Curry 3 years ago

    It is a wonderful feeling to know that so many people are doing whatever they can to contribute to Breast Cancer research and find a cure. I am a sixteen year survivor and never stop wondering "who is next." So many women are affected and while a lot of progress has been made and many, many more women survive, there are still too many each year who are disfigured and whose lives are changed forever by this disease. Every dollar helps find a cure. One day we will be safe from this threat.

  • Danna Crawford 3 years ago

    Thank you for sharing that as my grandmother was a survivor and she passed away from old age! Unlike many others that don't even get the choice.

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