The auction will run from 6 to 13 April.
Fleur DeForce has teamed up with a host of lifestyle vloggers and bloggers to host a charity auction in support of Duty to Care, a relatively new charity that aims to provide mental health services for NHS workers who are on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the Duty of Care website, the charity “will be an online resource for NHS workers to go to for instant help and support when they need it most. They will be able to book one-on-one online sessions and they will find advice from experts on how to manage their mental health independently on a day to day level”.
Fleur first announced the idea for the auction last week and has since set it up on Ebay. Over 75 items are available from many of the UK’s most prominent vloggers and bloggers, including Lily Pebbles, Anna Newton, Patricia Bright, Victoria Magrath, and all money raised will be donated.
The items will be uploaded at three different stages over the course of the week: on the 6th, 8th and 10th of April, all at 18.00 BST. Regardless of when an item is added to the auction, all will be available for bidding until 13 April.
Today's the day! Here's all the info about the BLOGGERS 4 NHS charity auction I'm hosting this week….https://t.co/UOts5Qsrgf
— Fleur (@FleurDeForce) April 6, 2020
Due to constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the auction is only open to residents of the UK and Ireland. Those unable to donate are asked to spread the word via social media.
The full range of items currently available for auction can be found on the Bloggers 4 NHS Ebay page.