Ticked Off Foundation is now an eBay For Charity participant

The Ticked Off Foundation is proud to announce their participation in the eBay for Charity to help raise money for Lyme disease awareness.
 
 
Ticked Off Foundation
Ticked Off Foundation
NORWALK, Conn. - May 23, 2016 - PRLog -- Ticked Off Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, is excited to announce that they are now listed on eBay for Charities.  And, in honor of Lyme Disease Awareness Month, CEO Gregg Kirk is asking people to sell one item on eBay with Ticked Off Foundation as their prefered charity.

eBay for Charity makes it easy for people to support important causes, both in the U.S. and abroad. Sellers can designate anywhere from 10% to 100% of their auction proceeds to a non-profit through the eBay for Charities program.

The Ticked Off Foundation is dedicated to the prevention, awareness, and cure of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses that have become the fastest-growing infectious diseases in the United States. Our mission is to provide financial assistance and support to Lyme and tick-borne disease patients over the age of 25 who are in crisis. We do this through grants and counseling in an effort to stem the tide of Lyme-related suicides.

"Our hope is to help raise money for the Ticked Off Foundation kony and to encourage people selling their items on Ebay to select the Ticked Off Foundation as their prefered charity" says Jennifer Vanderslice, publicist for the Ticked Off Foundation.

To participate in this program, eBay sellers are encourage to use this link to sell their items:  http://charity.ebay.com/charity-auctions/charity/ticked-o...

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