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Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Online Charity Auction Gets Underway

Posted on 23 October 2013  - 16:00

Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Online Charity Auction is officially underway in a bid to raise £1million to help the fight against cancer.

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The Club has joined an impressive list of over 300 leading businesses and individuals who have donated ‘Money can’t buy’ / VIP experiences to the auction.

Proudly backed by headline supporters BT Sport and My Donate, and running until the evening of Sunday 27 October, Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough will raise crucial funds for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and cancer services within two Suffolk Hospitals.

There are auction items for everyone including football fan ‘money can’t buy’ experiences, luxury escapes, golf getaways, sporting memorabilia, celebrity meet and greets.

We are delighted to donate a once-in-a-lifetime visit for two people to our world-class training facility in Enfield, where guests will get to watch the first team train before lunch with Head Coach, Andre Villas-Boas.

Full details of the prize can be seen by clicking here

Mark Robson, Sir Bobby’s son, commented: “It is exciting now that Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Online Charity Auction has started and the auction prizes are simply fantastic. However, the only way we are going to stand a chance of raising the £1,000,000 is if people get behind the auction and register to bid. With over 300 prizes online and an equal split between the amazing prizes of sport and lifestyle; there is literally something for everyone!”

To view the full catalogue of prizes and sign up to bid click here

Auction items are being uploaded onto the site on a daily basis, where you will find all the information, as well as the full terms and conditions.

There is also another opportunity to take part in the campaign via a text-to-win competition where you could win one of three fabulous prizes. Visit sirbobbysbreakthrough.com for further information. You can also keep updated by following @sirbobbyauction on Twitter.