FEB Charity Auction

Play a MarioKart tournament on a large screen in auditorium Quetelet with Bart Defloor, go to an Anderlecht football match with Stijn Baert, study in peace in an exclusive location (lunch included) of the Student Counselling Service, discover the wonderful world of wines with Patrick Van Kenhove, upgrade your party with DJ Bruno Merlevede, learn to sail with Ignace De Beelde, …

Bid on an activity of your favorite teacher or colleague and support Ghent University CRIG Cancer Research (in the context of the Flemish wide action ‘Warmste Week’).

Consult the auction catalogue with all activities and items.

Come to the live auction in the Foyer (campus Tweekerken) on Thursday 28 November 2019 from 12.30 pm to 2 pm. A professional auctioneer will lead the charity auction. In between, buy a refreshing drink or sweets at the bar, or purchase a unique pair of FEB socks or a FEB tote bag. All income go entirely to good causes of the Warmest Week.

Auction catalogue - Activities

Download the auction catalogue with an overview of all activities and objects to be auctioned.

How can you bid?

  1. Bid live in the Foyer (on Thursday 28 November 2019 from 12.30 pm to 2 pm). That way you can be sure that you can make the best and highest bid.
  2. Follow our live stream on Facebook and send your bid via What’s App (+32 470 85 04 01), stating your bid, lot number, name and first name.
  3. Make an offer in advance via e-mail (communicatie.feb@ugent.be) stating your bid, lot number, name, first name and telephone. Bidding via e-mail is possible until Thursday 28 November 2019, before 10 a.m.

Auction Rules

  • The auction catalogue provides an overview of all lots (one or more activities or objects being auctioned) with a detailed description, mention of the organizer and a starting amount (minimum bid price). Each lot has a unique number. A time indication is also included in the catalog when this lot is likely to be auctioned. Some lots are auctioned individually, for other lots several people can put together to make a higher bid.
  • An offer made is binding. A lot is awarded by the auctioneer to the bidder with the highest bid. Every bidder is expected to buy for himself and is fully responsible for this, and is also fully responsible for any bids he/she makes on behalf of third parties.
  • The auctioneer can always cancel a sale or extend or shorten the duration of the auction. The time indication as included in the auction catalogue is not binding.
  • Payments are made in cash, via payconiq-app or by bank transfer. Only after receiving the amount will the activity be carried out.
  • The auctioned activity is performed on a date in mutual consultation with the organizer, unless stated otherwise in the catalogue.