Los Angeles, CA, February 25, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Ronen Varsha and Westfield Auctions recently donated an estimated $10,000 worth of items to Beit T’Shuvah, a non-profit rehabilitation community based in Los Angeles. Mr. Varsha stated that the donated items are meant to help raise funds and support the continued operation of “one of the most influential community care centers in Southern California that places importance on the creative arts as part of the healing process.” This donation is part of a larger campaign by Westfield Auctions to promote the creative arts as a means to enrich local communities in a number of ways. The auction house also plans to join St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital as an auction sponsor to help fuel research that can help fight life-threatening diseases in children.
In the case of community centers and non-profits, donated pieces of art can either be used as a means of fundraising or be kept and displayed publicly to foster a positive spirit among community members. Beit T’Shuvah is no exception, as they attribute their survival to their strong support network. If you run a non-profit or are in need of fundraising assistance, contact Westfield Auctions to talk to their team about a strategy that works best for your charitable goals. They are always happy to accommodate groups of donors at their regularly scheduled live events. Planned donor attendance must be communicated to the auction house before the event is held.
Learn more about Westfield Auctions by visiting www.westfieldauctions.com, and support Beit T’Shuvah by visiting www.beittshuvah.org/donate.