THE annual Rotary Club of Perth’s Silent Auction is off and running for its fourteenth year with well over £400,000 raised for deserving charities so far.

And this year organisers have chosen to once again donate some of the funds raised to vital MND research.

This year’s beneficiaries are My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, The Cornhill Palliative Care Unit at PRI & other smaller worthwhile local charities.

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a SPOKESPERSON SAID: "These charities are essential to the fabric of our local society and when speaking to them, we know they are currently being inundated by people needing help."

Interested parties can register and start bidding. Prior to then all donated lots can be viewed online.

All lots in the 2023 Perth Silent Auction will end every few minutes from 10am on Saturday the December 9th, the end time will be clearly displayed in each lot.

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All donated items will be advertised on the Silent Auction website, with links to the donor’s company website where applicable.

So far items up for grabs include wine, whisky, luxury hampers, afternoon tea, meals, hotel stays, driving lessons, handbags, earrings, dog boarding and even a day hire of a cherrypicker.

And that’s just a sample, there are many more items which have been generously donated by local businesses.

View the lots here: