Toy Trust ‘Money Can’t Buy’ auction ends soon

Published on: 21st November 2012

Families can bid for money-can’t-buy toy industry experiences as gifts for Christmas 2012 and help to raise money for children’s charities at the same time.

The Toy Trust has launched a ‘Money Can’t Buy’ auction of unique items and experiences on behalf of the toy industry charity, with the aim of raising money for children’s causes. Through its 2012 fundraising activities, the Trust aims to take the charity to £3 million raised since its inception.

Items and experiences for people to place their winning bid include:

  • An exclusive Nerf Sports Firevision Range (item currently not available in the UK)
  • The ultimate personalised ‘My Monopoly’ game
  • Transformers Optimus Prime Truck – yours for a day!
  • Six Furbys (one in every colour)
  • Sindy collector items
  • A Plasticine model making workshop with an Aardman model maker
  • Your chance to win a Lego mosaic of you and your family
  • Signed set of ‘One Direction’ dolls
  • Signed set of ‘The Wanted’ dolls
  • Signed Set of ‘Little Mix’ dolls
  • Signed Set of ‘JLS’ dolls
  • A ‘Moshi Day’ with Moshi founder Michael Acton Smith at Moshi Towers
  • A limited edition Barbie Collector William & Catherine Royal Wedding gift set
  • A family day out at the new Thomas Land – The World of Thomas & Friends
  • A Barbie visit to your home or school
  • Two Limited Edition sets of Character Building Super Rare Doctor Who Figures (Series 1 and 2)
  • The first ever solid sterling silver ‘Lalaloopsy Jewels Sparkles’
  • Disney Pocahontas “Just around the River Bend” Limited Edition print
  • A Disney Store Private Shopping Spree with £200 to spend and a personal shopper

Bidding on the items is accessed via the Toy Trust eBay page, in conjunction with its charity partner MissionFish, with 100% of monies raised from the auction going directly to the Toy Trust and the children’s charities it supports. Access the auction at until 9am on November 30th 2012.


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