Los Angeles, CA, May 23, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- In their efforts to increase the scope of their charitable policies, Westfield Auctions has recently implemented donations right into the bidding process. Starting in June of 2017, all participants who win their item of choice during an auction will have the opportunity to make a pledge to one of three organizations: St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, American Wounded Heroes Charities, or the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). Furthermore, if the participants themselves do not elect to make the donation from their own funds, then Westfield Auctions will make the contribution in their name.
Ronen Varsha, who founded Westfield Auctions in 1999, elaborated on the auction house’s recent pledge, “We wanted to incorporate another dimension of giving into our auction house. The organizations we chose were ones that align with our both values and our mission to help sustain the community that brings art to life. Our children, the future of our society, are the future creators of the art we consume; our veterans have played a monumental role in keeping our culture safe; and mankind’s love for animals has been a source of happiness and inspiration since the beginning of time. The purchase of a piece of fine art or jewelry from Westfield Auction is a gesture of support for the creative arts, and it’s our mission to ensure that each gesture positively effects as many lives as possible.”
To learn more about Westfield Auctions’ complete breadth of charitable policies, visit http://www.westfieldauctions.com/for-charities/ or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about attending their next live event. Pledges made in the names of bidders will begin on June 1st, 2017.