A Colorado Springs Auction House is offering its services to help raise money for local charities. Ross Auction is taking part in the "Good to Give" program.
The program is for those to want to help others but don't have the resources to give money, Ross Auction says if you have stuff to auction off, they will do it for you.
''A lot of people have some things that they could bring down and we could turn those items into cash that we would therefore give to the charities, and which ever charity they decide they want the proceeds to go to,'' said Thomas Langeland of Ross Auction.
Since this is the Auction's first year taking part in the program, they ask that donates items be clean and able to sell. Nearly 100 percent of the money raised will go to the charity of your choice.
The deadline for accepting donations is next Wednesday Nov 15, items will be auctioned off on Nov 18.
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