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Sting & Rainforest Foundation UK to Hold Christmas Charity Auction

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The Rainforest Foundation UK will host its second Christmas charity auction this year, an event they call the “12 Days of Christmas Gift Auction.”

The Rainforest Foundation was founded by Sting and his wife Trudie Styler in 1989 and now has organizations in the United States, the UK, and Norway.  Rainforest Foundation UK will once again hold a holiday gift auction this year, from Novemeber 15-27, in which online bidders can try for their chance at some pretty sweet gifts while saving the rainforests.

According to JohnJohnSaidIt.com, last year’s auction featured items signed by Dame Judi Dench, Kylie Minogue, and Ian McKellan, as well as a lunch at Sting and Trudie Styler’s estate along with concert tickets and designer clothing! Some of this year’s gifts include a retreat at Herbal and Wellbeing Sanctuary, meals at Roussillon and Auberge du Lac, golf sessions and more!

At the beginning of November, Rainforest Foundation will begin to preview the gifts available for bidding on their website and on Twitter – @RFUK. If you want your chance at scoring some Christmas gifts and preserving the rainforests, you can join in the live bidding beginning on November 15 on Ebay.

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