The Break of Noon

David Duchovny Joins IBG Charity Auction

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The IBG fall auction is right around the corner, and with it comes a host of fantastic opportunities! How often do fans get the chance to not only see a great performance, but also meet the star? 

Actor David Duchovny has generously donated for auction a meet-and-greet following his November 14, 2010 performance of, “The Break of Noon” at The Lucille Lortel Theatre in NYC. Two orchestra seat tickets to the performance are also being donated with this lot.  Bidding is open to fans domestically, as well internationally, though it should be noted that the auction lot does not include airfare or accommodations to the NYC area. 

Duchovny joins a host of other participants in this fall’s auction.  Among the other items up for auction:  two set visits to ABC’s “Castle”, four (4) VIP tickets to see E!’s “The Soup” film (including a meet-and-greet with star, Joel McHale), two (2) VIP tickets to see CBS’ “Two and a Half Men” film, Dodgers tickets, a private cooking lesson with Chef Gavin Mills, merchandise from ModCloth.com and Disney memorabilia. 

All bidders must register (http://www.ibginc.org/octauctions) in order to qualify for the auction and receive bidding forms.   Absentee and phone bids are welcome!  Bid sheets, which will be sent once you complete registration, must be returned by October 19, 2010. 

IBG is a 501(c)(3) public charity focusing on utilizing the power of philanthropy through the arts to benefit a wide range of charities worldwide.  We act as a “fundraiser facilitator” for micro-funded and start-up charities that would otherwise struggle with the logistics and costs associated with event fundraising.  For these charities, every dollar is crucial. Since we began fundraising in December 2008, IBG has disbursed nearly $50,000.00 to participating non-profits. 

Proceeds from this live auction event will have significant impact on IBG’s ability to support partner organizations which include non-profits on the front lines dealing with catastrophic illness, education, arts and culture and social services.

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