BOSTON (November 7, 2016) – The Children and Athletes Regenerative Medicine (CHARMED) has opened its first Fall Fundraiser online auction to benefit the work of the Foundation – to support the development and translation of regenerative medicine therapies specifically designed for the functional needs of children and athletes.
Among the many exclusive items made available through the online auction is a Scottsdale Golf Experience with Ryder Cup Champion and Team U.S.A. Vice Captain Tom Lehman. The auction winner and two guests will be treated to a round of golf with the PGA Tour Pro at the Country Club at DC Ranch in Scottsdale, AZ. After the round, you’ll head to Lehman’s house for a personal tour of his trophy room and a culinary dining experience prepared by the Ryder Cup Chef.
Sports fanatics will enjoy the wide selection of unique items available in the auction ranging from authentic Major League Baseballs autographed by legendary sports figures like Hank Aaron and Sandy Koufax and the legendary Dodger Broadcaster Vin Scully to a 2005 Masters Flag signed by the event winner Tiger Woods and a round of golf at the exclusive The Country Club at Brookline, MA.
The CHARMED Foundation Fall Auction is now open. Bidding will close on Wednesday, December 7 at 10 p.m. ET. To view and bid on the full list of items available in the CHARMED Foundation Fall Auction can be viewed at: www.biddingforgood.com/charmed.
About the CHARMED Foundation: The Children and Athletes Regenerative Medicine (CHARMED) Foundation was founded in 2015 and is devoted to clinical research of regenerative medicine, discovering new ways to promote the body's ability to heal itself to save children's lives and prolong athletes' careers. With collaborative efforts among leading scientists, bioengineers and clinicians, research focus areas include: cell manufacturing, personalized medical devices and therapeutic delivery. The CHARMED Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization, with hopes of dramatically accelerating the development and translation of regenerative medicine for children and athletes. To learn more about The CHARMED Foundation and its work, please visit www.CharmedFoundation.org or visit Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. The CHARMED Foundation does not support research involving embryonic or fetal stem cells.
Media Contact: Crystal Fukumoto, BZA PR on behalf of the CHARMED Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org, 818-921-8091
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