If you’re feeling a little more generous this holiday season, why not give a gift that gives back at the same time? The online charitable auction site Charitybuzz is now offering their 2012 Holiday auction gift guide. The “Gifts That Give Twice Holiday Auction” features a range of lavish and luxurious options that will benefit dozens of non-profit organizations. Charitybuzz features over 100 one-of-a-kind holiday gifts like a lunch date with a top fashion designer and a week-long trip to a tropical location for 10 people. Here are six must-bid luxury gift items perfect for him, for her and for the family. Take part in some holiday festivities by bidding now at Charitybuzz.com!
Wow the main man in your life with a trip to the Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on February 3, 2013. He and a guest will get two seats to watch the game and the amazing halftime show with a performance by the one and only Beyoncé. He will continue living his football dreams with two tickets to the NFL Experience—pro football’s interactive theme park offering participatory games, displays, entertainment attractions, kid’s football clinics, free autograph sessions and a huge football memorabilia exhibit. Proceeds for this gift item will benefit the Kristen Ann Carr Fund.
If your man is a die-hard Yankee fan, you’re in luck! He can own a piece of Yankee Stadium with a pair of authentic Yankee Stadium seats pried from within baseball’s cathedral in the Bronx. He can be in the comfort of his own home while sitting in these legendary blue seats courtesy of Yankees-Steiner Collectibles. These two seats are considered to be the most talked about and sought after collectibles in the sports market today. Proceeds for this gift item will benefit the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center.
If she’s a fashion lover, then this next gift will be her dream and then some! Give her the chance to lunch with celebrity stylist and designer Rachel Zoe in LA. She and a guest will arrive in LA for a two-night stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel, and have lunch at the iconic Polo lounge with Rachel Zoe and Bloomingdale’s Fashion Director Stephanie Soloman to discuss everything about fashion. The day continues as the ladies are whisked away in a chauffeured limousine to Zoe’s showroom and then to Bloomingdales for a $10,000 shopping spree with Soloman as your stylist. Proceeds for this gift item will benefit the Child Mind Institute.
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She will not believe her eyes when she opens two tickets to a studio taping of E!’s Fashion Police with a meet and greet with Joan Rivers on Christmas morning. At the taping, she and a friend will learn about the week’s fashion do’s and don’ts from the celebrity panel of Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic, George Kotsiopoulos and possibly another celebrity guest panelist. She will also receive an autographed copy of Rivers’ latest book, “I Hate Everyone Including Me.” Proceeds for this gift item will benefit the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center.
If you’re looking for an auction gift to create some family fun, a trip to Acapulco will seal the deal. Get the family together for some fun in the sun when they stay in a spectacular Acapulco villa overlooking the famous bay. Up to 10 people will enjoy a pampered week at Casa Dos Marias. This five bedroom villa is fully staffed, provides indoor and outdoor living, an extensive terrace and lawn with tropical trees and flowers, and of course, a swimming pool and jacuzzi. There is also access to a private beach that will be the cherry on top for your family reunion. Proceeds for this gift item benefit Tibet House US.
For the ultimate Thanksgiving experience, bid on something that you and your gift receiver will remember forever. The two of you plus two other guests will receive viewing passes for the 2013 Macy’s Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade. All four seats are located at the Central Park West Grandstand, a coveted vantage point, where you will watch the entire parade and performances at the starting point for an up-close-and-personal experience. Proceeds for this gift item benefit the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights.