Colorado Charity Auctioneers

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Are you planning a special fundraiser to benefit your organization?

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We are world wide certified Colorado charity auctioneers.  Our specially is raising funds by having fun.  Our trained and experienced auctioneers have graduated from the World Wide College of Auctioneering (in Denver).  WWCA has trained more state champions and International Auctioneer Champions than all other auction colleges combined.

Additionally, our premiere Charity Auctioneers have also graduated through the Benefit Auctioneer Specialist program with the National Auctioneers Association.  We work with groups large (St Jude Children’s Hospital, Vetrans) and small (Local Churches) to maximize fun and profits.  Together we can customize your guest experience to fit your needs and budget.  Contact our caring professionals to find your certified Colorado charity auctioneer.

  • We can help with strategic planning of the auction
  • Our certified Colorado charity auctioneers and consultants are your agents to facilitate success
  • Each of our Colorado charity auctioneers is experienced and passionate about their craft
  • Yes we can provide inventory for approved non profit groups
  • Yes we can assist with everything from soup to nuts, including crackers
  • When we say turnkey, we mean, including the door and lock
  • Yes you can also order our Colorado Charity Auctioneers to direct the live, online and silent portions of the event
  • Our Colorado Charity Auctioneers are experienced in the public outcry or “Fund a Need”
  • Yes, if scheduled in advance, our Colorado Charity Auctioneers can help train your volunteer staff
  • Our Colorado Charity Auctioneers are active members of the National Auctioneers Association
  • Our Colorado Charity Auctioneers are active members of the Colorado Auctioneers Association

Fundraising for the CO community is a special privilege.  We thank you for the opportunity.  Together we can find a win, win, win, happy solution and increase revenue while having fun.

Our enthusiastic professional auction staff is available statewide.  We look forward to meeting you and maximizing Auction Results.

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Colorado Auction House

Colorado Charity Auctioneers


Benefit Auction Fundraiser for Freedom Service Dogs Foundation

Colorado Charity Auction for Veterans and Service Dogs

Colorado Auction House’s CO Charity Auctioneers: Colonel Bryce Elemond and Colonel Paul C. Behr

On Friday, 9/19/2013, I attended a Benefit Auction for a non-profit called “Freedom Service Dogs Foundation.”  It  is primarily set up to  give a trained  dog to a veteran with disabilities and help that veteran with daily tasks, such as , opening doors, picking up keys that are dropped, turning on/off lights, helping a veteran get up from a fall and the list is endless. The dogs that are found are rescued from a shelter and go into a training program that lasts from 7 to 12 months. It is intense training, but  the results are astonishing. The  foundation is completely non-profit and only stays going on the generous  donations made by  people that care for its veterans. The cost is tremendous in the training aspect and  is at a staggering cost of $25,000 per dog to be trained.

Last year, the foundation raised enough for one veteran to get a dog. This year, however, the foundation made a goal to be able to give two veterans a dog. That means  at least $50,000  needed to be raised for the event.  The foundation last year did not have a professional Auctioneer. This year, though, the foundation reached out to  Paul C. Behr and asked him to assist in raising the money necessary to achieve their goal.  Paul met with some of the chairs of the board and they devised a method in which to come up with the much needed funds.

The  Auction was held at the Mercedes-Benz Dealership in Littleton, Colorado. They had music and  hors devourers.  The event was a invitation only and drew a crowd of about 150 people.  Denver Broncos Wide Receiver  Eric Decker and  his wife Jessica were in attendance. The Decker’s are loyal fans for veterans as Jessica’s father is a Colonel in the USAF and ready to be promoted to Brigadier General. They wanted to help with this foundation and have opened their own  non profit called Decker’s Dogs.Org

There was a silent Auction with  items that were donated.  There was an artist by the name of Devin Montagne  from Littleton, Colorado. He painted a picture of one of the service dogs name Gander. His  painting was auctioned off for $5000.  Eric Decker stepped up and offered 4 tickets to any home Bronco game with a sideline pass to watch the Broncos  on the field while they warmed up before the game.  Paul got the bidding off and the war was on! He was able to get three people to bid  $6,000 each so Eric said to sell all three  bidders the 4 tickets. That came to an amazing $18,000 total for his effort.

With all of the items that were for auction sold, the final tally just for the 45 minute auction that Paul C Behr orchestrated, the total came to $67,650 . The final amount for the silent auction was not known, but the people that attended this auction made  a huge impact for at least three veterans who will have the opportunity to get a trained dog to help them with their daily  lives!

The Colorado Auction House thanks Freedom Service Dogs Foundation for their outstanding work in the community.  When you need professional fundraising auctioneers for your Colorado Fundraising Auctions, please hire our caring charity consultants and benefit auctioneer specialists from:

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