Women’s Business Network Fundraising Auction

Just in time for Christmas, the WBN (Women’s Business Network) is running an online fundraising auction on Nonprofit Bidding with many  fabulous experiences up for auction as well as unique items that are perfect for your Christmas or Holiday shopping list.  Items include: theatre tickets, Petes tickets, catering at your home, gift baskets and furniture and more.

The auction opens for preview November November 21st;
Open for live bids November 23rd at noon  to December 7th at noon.

The WBN is supporting the YWCA Peterborough Haliburton’s programs and services supporting women experiencing gender-based violence.  Our $15,000.00 goal will go a long way to help women and children in our community who are escaping abuse and violence.

The auction opens for preview November 21st

Open for live bids:  November 23rd at noon to December 7th to December 7th at noon.
WBN’s online auction is their annual major fundraising event and the proceeds go back into supporting the programming at The YWCA Peterborough-Haliburton.
Over the years the women’s business network of Peterborough collectively has raised over $340,000 in support of this cause. Last year alone, donor support made it possible for 100% of the women who contacted the YWCA to receive immediate support, resources and safety.
NonprofitBidding.org is an easy-to-use, secure online auction platform created to support the fundraising efforts of non-profit organizations and charities.  To bid, simply create an account, register your credit card, and join the fun. Credit card details are never stored on Nonprofit Bidding’s servers but are securely transmitted to and stored in an encrypted format with Stripe.
For more information about the auction, preview or to place a bid, go to https://nonprofitbidding.org.

The Women’s Business Network of Peterborough (WBN) is a networking channel for women who wish to enhance and expand their business contacts and grow their businesses.

Media Contacts

Donna Enright, Founder/CEO

Rebecca O’Rourke
Social Director WBN