Signed Celebrity Memorabilia for Non-Profit Fundraising
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CausEffects raises money by providing its clients with access to a large collection of first-class signed celebrity memorabilia.
Started in 2003, CausEffects helps non-profit organizations tap into a new set of resources for fundraising. Founder Kort Peters, an autograph collector and philanthropist, realized the importance of using new techniques to find donations. As such, he focused the company solely on fundraising, not just memorabilia sales.
As a result, CausEffects has raised more than $750,000 for our non-profit clients.
Kort and his team work with each client to ascertain the best items available for their event. Kort’s background in public relations and community service are blocks on which CausEffects has been built.
CausEffects provides an extensive array of celebrity signed memorabilia at no risk to your charitable event without added fees.
We supply your auction with an exciting list of autographed memorabilia. We have access to all types of items including movie posters, guitars, records, jerseys, helmets and photographs. Every piece is professionally framed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Every item has a specific reserve value and every dollar collected above that goes directly to your organization. If an item doesn’t sell, we return it to our inventory at no charge.
We provide free set-up, delivery and break down of our auction items, so your organization won’t have to worry about transporting our items. We also attend every auction to provide support regarding the sale of any of our items.
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