Seattle Storm – FareStart Auction
Auction Ends: Jul 1, 2020 08:00 PM PDT
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Help us support FareStart during the COVID-19 crisis!

In partnership with AT&T, BECU, CenturyLink and Expedia, the Seattle Storm is auctioning off several great items and unique experiences to raise money for FareStart. All funds raised will benefit the FareStart COVID-19 Response & Recovery Fund to meet the emergency food needs in our community today and to ensure future support of vulnerable populations.

FareStart is a James Beard Award-winning nonprofit organization that transforms lives, disrupts poverty and nourishes communities through food, life skills and job training. Since 1992, FareStart has provided opportunities for more than 10,000 adults and youth, while serving over 10.7 million meals to Seattle area schools, homeless shelters and healthcare facilities.

FareStart is currently providing between 7,500 and 11,000 emergency meals each day, with each meal costing an average of $4.50. We need your help to keep our community fed! The more money we raise, the more meals we can provide to those in need. 

Online and mobile bidding opens Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 10:00 am PDT and will continue until closing on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 8:00 pm PDT.

Winning bidders will be contacted following the end of the auction. Select items are Buy Now Only and will be available while supplies last. All items must be shipped to the winning bidders following the conclusion of the auction. Experiences will be arranged via email. Please note, shipping fees will be added onto the final total upon checkout for physical items.

Make Your Bid or Cash Donation to Support FareStart Today!

Every $4.50 raised equals one meal for those in need. Donate now!

To tip off the fundraising efforts, Storm partners AT&T, BECU, CenturyLink and Expedia have teamed up to match the first 1,200 emergency meals donated through the auction.

For more information about FareStart's COVID-19 response, please visit: https://www.farestart.org/responding-covid-19