TORONTO, Feb. 8 /CNW/ - Online bidders eager to own one-of-a-kind celebrity items have nine more days to bid on a range of well-loved personal "baggage" donated by Canadian celebrities in support of the Mood Disorder Association of Ontario (MDAO). Among the signed Celebrity Baggage items up for auction are a hockey bag from Canadian hockey legend Paul Coffey, a guitar case from the Sound of Music Toronto cast and a bag from Anne Murray.
All proceeds generated by the online sales will go to benefit MDAO, a not for-profit organization dedicated to providing support and outreach to people with mood disorders through a diverse range of programs and initiatives. For a preview of the items and instructions on how to bid, please visit www.celebritybaggage.com and bid!
WHAT: Celebrity Baggage online charity auction in support of MDAO
WHO: Karen Liberman, Executive Director of MDAO - available for
media interviews Canadians Celebrities who have generously
donated charity auction items include:
- Paul Coffey, hockey legend
- Anne Murray, award-winning singer-songwriter
- Harry Rosen, menswear magnate
- Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo, award-winning musician
- The Sound of Music Toronto cast
- Pamela Wallin, journalist and diplomat
A full list of celebrity donors and detailed information on all
items is available online
WHEN: Online auction begins Sunday, February 7th at 10:00 a.m. and
ends Wednesday, February 17th 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Please visit www.celebritybaggage.com
SOURCE MOOD DISORDERS ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO
For further information: For further information: or to receive high-resolution item images for publication, please contact Ellen Ostofsky, MDAO at (416) 486-8046 ext. 229 or email@example.com