Office Giving – Listia Auctions for Charity

In the spirit of our new Charity Campaigns, everyone in the office has volunteered to turn some of their unwanted items into donations for charity. All proceeds of these auctions will be donated to the organizations listed below, check them out and bid for a great cause!

Ngan is giving away some cool jams: Six CDs for Toys for Tots:


Amir is giving away really really nice Bally Men’s Shoes American Red Cross:


Kevin giving away the entire Clingfire Trilogy for the Nature Conservancy:


Big Gee is giving away a super cute Thomas the Tank Toy and a fun Nintendo Gameboy and Wii Game Bundle for The American Cancer Society: 



James is giving away a Deluxe 12-Game Wooden Chest for Toys for Tots:


Shane is giving away several prized Magic the Gathering Zombiesfor The Ronald McDonald House:


Rosie is giving away a Korean Drama DVD Box Set (tear-jerker with subtitles) for the Ronald McDonald House:


CB is giving away two Firetruck Boy’s 2-Piece Sets for The American Red Cross:


Little Gee is giving away a festive Holiday Starbucks Mug for The American Red Cross:


You can turn your own items into donations for charity, or transform credits you already have into charitable stars. DONATE TODAY and help us help others.


  1. This is terribly confusing. I clicked on one of the charity listings and it doesn’t say anything about being a charity listing.   Please explain these things before you broadcast an e-mail.   Nancy (natahoa) From: The Listia Blog [] On Behalf Of The Listia BlogSent: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 11:14 AMTo: natahoa@acninc.netSubject: [] Office Giving – Listia Auctions for Charity <tbody> <tr> <td class=”h20″ height=”20″></td></tr> <tr> <td class=”w20″ width=”20″></td> <td> <tbody> <tr> <td height=”60″ width=”610″> </td></tr> <tr> <td> <tbody> <tr height=”20″></tr> <tr> <td width=”16″></td> <td width=”578″> <tbody> <tr> <td> </td></tr></td></tr></td></tr></td></tr>

  2. Listia Inc. says:

    Hi Nancy, thanks for the comment. We still haven’t implemented an official Charity category/label for listings, so we’re not permitting any charity mentions in listing descriptions to prevent people from falsely promising to donate their credits.We didn’t want these details to prevent us from launching our new charity campaigns before the holidays. And we didn’t want it to stop us from listing staff auctions for charity. :)Hope this helps!

    • no it really doesn’t help if you aare allowed to do charity auctions so should other people why put it out there if you are not going to implement it sounds stupid otherwise fix the link to reflect your answers on here why have a broken link? Someone drop the ball??

  3. I love supporting charities, and this gave me an idea..If I knew of a charity that needed help with donations-monetary or non-monetary, would it be ok for me to advertise a ‘Dollar Drive’ during one of my auctions? Asking for 1 dollar ONLY kind of evens out the playing field…and allows many more people to pitch in. Also could I offer a small token of appreciation-again-the same thing for all- maybe a simple handmade bracelet, or a McDonalds $1 coupon -to everyone who gave a dollar?

  4. Jessica Holdaway says:

    This would be a phenomenal option to offer all sellers all the time, a “charity” option. Being able to designate an item to a certain place or even a family or town in a tragedy situation. Just a thought 🙂 Thank you for a great site! – Packrat Nomad

  5. William Prentiss says:

    How do I donate credits to the charity? And or how do I purchase the “STARS”

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