Plethora of Prizes Available for VH1 Save the Music Foundation Auction
Wed, 03 Nov 2010 11:09:05
Some of pop culture's most musical stars are using their names and donating their time into the education that helped make them stars! Now through November 23, visitors to www.charitybuzz.com can bid on unique celebrity experiences, concert tickets, collectible memorabilia and more. Proceeds of the over 20 auction items will benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, a 13-year endeavor that is focused on its mission of restoring instrumental music programs in public schools.
The organization knows that music not only expands the mind, but learning an instrument also fosters creative thinking, innovation and the ability to imagine the possibilities. Since so many celebrities have experienced the benefits of music programs in schools, big names have come forward in support of the foundation in the online auction. Losing music education programs is a terrifying thought, so let's stop that from happening.
Here's how you can help this cause: Bid on the items being auctioned, which are listed below.
Ringo Starr's signed drum set
Two VIP tickets to the 2010 VH1 Divas Live! show
Two VIP tickets to see Heart in concert and meet the band
Meet Reba at any of her 2011 concerts
Meet Colbie Calliat at any of her upcoming concerts
A saxophone signed by Kenny G
Julie Andrews memorabilia gift set
Jewel's favorite guitar, signed
Personalized family or individual portrait valued at $5,000 from Bradford Renaissance Portraits
Interested bidders can go here for more information and to find specific details regarding each auction item. Charitybuzz is a leader in online charity auctions and aligns nonprofits with international brands and celebrity icons to raise funds, offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences to its socially conscious bidders.
What are you planning to bid on? What else can be done to keep music education programs alive in schools?