Thanks to the generosity of sponsors throughout the province, the AFPAD is proud to present its Web Auction Campaign. You may place your bets on more than one hundred items that value from $10 to $6000. Please share the poster of this auction with your family, friends and coworkers to help us get the word out about this campaign: all profits will go towards services that we offer to our members who have lost a loved one through homicide or a criminal disappearance.
How to participate?
- Go to the website: www.macause.com
- Click on the register button “S’inscrire”
- Enter the name of the auction: AFPAD
- Register your name, email and cellphone (optional)
- Bet on the items of your choice!
Category of items
We have grouped items by category to present the wide variety of prizes that are available: restaurants, holiday packages, works of art, sports and health, delicacies and wine, automobile, decorations, activities and entertainment, beauty care and clothing and accessories.
Final bet winners will be informed through email and text message – SMS (for those who have entered their cellphone when registering) of their prizes. An automatic link will be sent to pay your items through PayPal: you will be able to pay with a credit card or your PayPal account.
There are different ways to retrive your winning items, but you must first and foremost contact us by phone at 1 877 484-0404 or email at email@example.com to confirm how you wish to procede:
- Retrive items at our headquarters located in Laval: 1686 des Laurentides blvd., suite 203, Laval, QC H7M 2P4
- Retrive items at our service point in Quebec City: 2600, Laurier blvd, Tour de la Cité, suite 950, Quebec, QC G1V 4W2
- Deliver items for a fee (amount to confirm depending on dimension of object). There are no fees for delivering a gift certificate by regular mail.
For donors of items
Upon request, a tax receipt will be given to the donor of an item according to its fair market value. The value of the item must be verifiable and must be more than $20 in order to be eligible for a tax receipt.
For the bidder at the auction
Generally no tax receipt is given to the highest bidder of an item since he will benefit of that winning prize. Technical News No 26 from CRA
However a tax receipt may be given if the bid is higher of at least 25% of the item’s market value. That amount will then be the difference between the highest bid and the fair market value (for example, if a person offers a final bid of $125 on a $100 item, he will be given a $25 tax receipt). Information about fundraising events – Auction – from CRA