Welcome to the Parent Support Services Society of BC’s Winter Online Auction.
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Our generous donors have provided a range of auction items from all over the province in order to raise funds for our work with diverse families across BC! The funds raised from both our online and onsite auctions will directly go towards program-related costs. It’s a win-win for all. The online auction closes Tuesday, December 18 at 5 PM PST. Unframed prints maybe shipped – with extra shipping charges; however all other items must be picked up from our Burnaby office – Please call 604-669-1616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
1. Please click the ‘Bid Now’ button next to the item of your choice to read more about it
2. Please insert your bid amount into the value box and click ‘Place Bid’
3. Please ensure that you have entered in a valid email address (otherwise your bid will not be registered)
4. You will receive an email confirming your bid amount
5. If you win the auction, an email will be sent to you regarding delivery and the method of payment- please respond to this email promptly so you’ll be able to receive (and enjoy) your auction item!
– The starting bid will be an increment over the opening price.
– Your bids may take some time to reflect on the page but the confirmation email is a reliable indicator of whether your bid has registered or not.
– If it asks you to bid a larger amount than what you have submitted, this may mean that someone has already outbid you.
Thank you for participating in our online auction. Good luck!
Gorgeous black and white photo by Vancouver photographer, Tchavdar (Chav) Petkov. The photo was taken in June 2015. The size of the frame is app. 13 inches x 11 inches.
For Chav poetry and the visual arts, often photography in particular, collaborate to explore and, sometimes, reveal meaningful human experiences. For him those experiences transcend boundaries that seemingly divide yet contain a possibility to unite. He is interested in the unmasking of facades, in reaching for the other, those on the margins, the outsiders. The sense of wonder, the ambiguous, the obscure belong to the artistic endeavour and the artist’s ability to deliver the depth of their domain. Chav has been exploring the collaboration between the word and the visual arts. Some of his poetry was published in erunsmagazine.com in 2011 (March through December, Archives).
Winner must pick up item from Burnaby office by December 20th.