Sydney Airport doesn’t look like Aladdin’s cave – unless a resurrected Lost and Found auction is bidding for bargain hedge trimmers, violins, circular saws, or hundreds of other items.
of Week-long online auction resumes after two-year hiatus Due to COVID, all proceeds go to charity.
More than 3,000 unclaimed items, including 120 laptops, 20+ mobile phones and tablets, dozens of headphones, 16 cameras, sunglasses, handbags, jewelry, wine, perfume, flyers, and more, will be auctioned starting Sunday. items will be sold.
The auction runs through February 12, with bids starting at $5, with proceeds going to the Bayside Women’s Shelter.
Since 2013, lost property auctions have raised more than $1.4 million for charity, according to Sydney Airport.
Airport CEO Jeff Calvert said there is a “treasure trove” of products to choose from.
“Music lovers have a classic violin, and music lovers have over a dozen Bluetooth speakers, a record player, and a 50th anniversary edition of Abbey Road on vinyl,” he says. Told.
Sallianne Faulkner, general manager of Bayside Women’s Shelter, said the charity will use the proceeds to develop and fund new social enterprise hubs and work with communities to break the cycle of domestic and family violence. I said cut off.
“Sydney Airport’s continued support will allow us to open a community hub, including a café, that will provide women with skills development, training and paid work to prepare them for the future.” she said.
https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/state/nsw/sydney/2023/02/05/sydney-airport-lost-property/ Garbage and Treasures at Sydney Airport Lost and Found Auction