You're Invited to a House Party!!!!
A luxury home will be the centerpiece of an auction party from 3 to 5 p.m. SLT Friday, Oct. 26 to benefit cancer research through the American Cancer Society and MSABC across SL.
This one-of-a-kind luxury home comes fully furnished and landscaped with a full club, pool, dock, helipad and more! See the details of it here:
The party will take place at the auction house site:
Tour the house, then place your bid! Entertainment will be provided by DJ Nuala Maracas of T1 Radio.
If you can not make the live auction event and would like to bid higher if outbid, contact Leala Spire-Marchant (leala spire) to arrange bid by proxy.
At the party, all bidding will be in posted in open chat and the starting bid will be the current highest silent bid. Highest Bidder at end of event will be asked to pay the Strides Kiosk to receive their home.
All proceeds collected during the Strides Parade of Homes in Second Life and the night of the Auction Party will go directly to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and the American Cancer Society.
But wait, there’s even more fun!
AXL-Pro, the builder of the auction house, has also contributed another home in a MSABC vendor: makingstridessecondlife.org/2018/10/25/bonus-home-to-buy-...
Perfect for those wishing for a smaller home but not wanting to scrimp on luxury.
If you have any questions about the auction or MSABC please contact Leala Spire or Sandie Loxingly.
Each year, more than a million passionate women, men, and children participate in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation. The events unite communities by honoring those affected by the disease and raising money to reduce the burden of breast cancer. Dollars raised through Making Strides Against Breast Cancer help the American Cancer Society fund innovative breast cancer research; provide education and guidance to help people reduce their risk; and offer comprehensive patient support to those who need it most so that no one facing breast cancer ever has to walk alone.