FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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What is Auction4Wildlife?

Auction4Wildlife is a global initiative from the charitable MF Jebsen Nature Conservation Foundation, based in Hong Kong.  

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Who is behind Auction4Wildlife?

Auction4Wildlife is an initiative by MFJebsen Nature Conservation Foundation, founded by Markus F. Jebsen, Executive Chairman of MF Jebsen Group (a conglomerate group based out of Hong Kong). Markus Jebsen takes a keen personal interest in global conservation programmes. 

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How can people help the organization achieve its goals - both affluent and the general public?

We call out to individuals and organisations in Hong Kong and across the globe to be generous with their time and money. You can help our cause by:

  • Donating high-value goods and possessions so that they can enjoy a new lease of life and be a force for good 

  • Attending and participating in one of our auctions 

  • Connecting with and directly supporting the Conservation organisations we endorse

 

​Contact us at enquiries@auction4wildlife.org  if you are interested in making a donation, making a charitable bid on an auction item, or to nominate other conservation organizations to be  considered as the beneficiary in future charity auctions.

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Where will the proceeds from the auction go?

All proceeds from the auction will go directly to the Conservation NGO nominated as beneficiary in that auction.

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What is expected at the event in Abu Dhabi?

RM Sotheby’s, in collaboration with Auction4Wildlife, will offer this 2011 Aston Martin One-77 at its first-ever auction in the Middle East, held in partnership with Formula 1® and set for 30 November at the FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2019. 

 

Markus Jebsen, chairman of MF Jebsen Nature Conservation Foundation, has donated this Aston Martin One-77. All proceeds from the sale will benefit African Parks, a non-profit organisation that aims to conserve Africa’s Wildlife and remaining wild areas. 

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What is Auction4Wildlife’s purpose?

Auction4Wildlife’s reason for being is to support programmes and organisations that can play an active role in improving the chances that Wildlife can prosper in its natural habitat.  This can involve measures to prevent the threat of extinction or to alleviate poverty so that local communities become part of the Conservation solution.