'Back on Track QEII’ NZ Trust Charity Auction with Lifemark: CANCELLED
This event’s been cancelled
|Fri 10 Aug ’12, 7:00pm–10:00pm||
Where: Westpac Business Hub, 55 Jack Hinton Drive, Addington, Christchurch City
Restrictions: All Ages
- General Admission: $65.00
- Booking fees may apply
The NZ Spinal Trust sincerely regret to advise that, due to unforeseen circumstances, our Charity Auction event at which we were to host Sir John Walker and Dick Tayler has had to be cancelled. We are disappointed that events beyond our control have caused us to cancel and are extremely
grateful to all our sponsors and friends who have put so much effort in. We are pleased to announce that the Trade Me Auction is still continuing and will conclude this Friday evening. http://www.trademe.co.nz/stores/nz-spinal-trust
Back on Track QEII– New Zealand Spinal Trust Charity Auction. Proudly supported by Lifemark.
From Ruin to Renewal: Turning earthquake destruction into real support in our community.
This unprecedented charity auction on August 10, brings an iconic slice of world history direct to you, while providing a vital lifeline to New Zealanders with Spinal Cord Impairments (SCI).
- Own a symbolic and authentic slice of QEII athletics track – a place where global legends were launched.
- All funds raised will support the core programmes delivered by the New Zealand Spinal Trust (NZST).
1. The ‘Back on Track’ QEII Charity Auction, supported by Lifemark, is a live cocktail auction event where people will have the opportunity to bid on exclusive memorabilia from QEII stadium.
2. The auction will be hosted at the Westpac Business & Community Hub on August 10, 2012, from 7pm. Wine, beer, soft drinks and delicious canapes will be available and are included in the ticket price. Cocktail dress or business attire.
3. Sir John Walker and Dick Tayler will be in attendance at the auction.
4. All items will be placed on Trade Me on August 1.
5. The auction will simultaneously be running live on Trade Me and the closing two minutes of each auction will be displayed on a large screen at the event allowing in-the-room auction attendees to bid against traders in real time, via Trade Me.
6. The entire finish line from the QEII Track has been salvaged and will be gifted to the city of Christchurch via Mayor Bob Parker to be used where and when the new athletics track is constructed for Christchurch.
7. All profits from the auction go to the New Zealand Spinal Trust, a charitable organisation that is firmly focused on supporting independent living and improving the quality of rehabilitation through initiatives, projects and programmes that directly benefit people with spinal cord impairments (SCI).