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Give Comics Hope Charity Benefit Comic Shops Affected by the Pandemic

Give Comics Hope Charity Benefit Comic Shops Affected by the Pandemic

Give Comics Hope

Give Comics Hope announces its second auction, conducted by Jesse James Comics/Comic Book Shopping Network in partnership with eBay. All public donations with an estimated value of $499 or less will be offered through public auctions and “Buy It Now” opportunities on eBay between Wednesday, November 11, 2020 and Friday, December 11, 2020. 

Give Comics Hope has partnered with the Book Industry Charitable Foundation (Binc), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to assisting comic retailers and booksellers, to oversee the management and disbursement of the funds raised by Give Comics Hope.

The initiative will take no organizational fees, and will only deduct any actual, direct costs incurred from the funds raised. Since its inception, Binc has provided over $9 million in financial assistance and scholarships to more than 9000+ families. Support for the Foundation’s programs and services comes from all sectors of the book and comic industries. The Foundation was imagined and built by booksellers and proudly continues to be their safety net. In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the book and comic industries came together in an extraordinary way allowing Binc to help 2,191 booksellers, comic retailers, and stores with $2.7 million in urgently needed assistance.

Schanes concludes “What’s next? It’s now time to spread the word, activate your social media feeds, tell your friends, business partners, and fellow fans to post on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Let them know about the amazing variety of collectibles donated in the Heritage Auction, ending on November 11th, as our eBay auctions being hosted by Jesse James begins, with hundreds of fabulous items available. Join us to GIVE COMICS HOPE!”

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Additional information regarding Give Comics Hope, including details on how to donate, ideas for what to donate, suggestions for how to support the initiative without a collectible donation, and testimonial videos, are available at The Give Comics Hope logo was created by Craig Yoe of Yoe Studio. The Give Comics Hope website was designed and is managed by Gary Smith of AtPlay Creative.

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