The Sierra Club has been celebrating Earth Month with their Get Out campaign which is, not surprisingly, designed to encourage all of us to go outside and enjoy our planet in safe and environmentally responsible ways. The organization has long been one of the most vocal and influential voices championing the cause for keeping some of our favorite places well protected for future generations to enjoy as well.
As part of the Get Out initiative, the Club has been running some interesting auctions on Ebay to serve as a fundraiser for their important and varied efforts. Many of the items on the auction come from celebrity supports of the Sierra Club’s mission and all proceeds generated from the auction go directly toward their goal of working “to educate, inspire, and empower humanity to preserve the natural and human environment.” If you’d like to help out the Sierra Club, while picking up some fun items for yourself, perhaps you’ll want to place some bids.
And what exactly do they have up for auction? Well, I’m glad you asked. You’ll find everything from a skateboard deck autographed by Shawn White to a training session with Tae Bo creator Billy Blanks. You can also bid to take a tour of the Weather Channel or to get a 4-night stay at the Pali Uli Garden’s Waterfall House on Maui in Hawaii. There are even some fun celebrity encounters up for grabs too, such as the very popular get out and hang with Elle MacPherson option.
That’s not all however. The Club is also giving away a trip for two for a 5-night stay to the Four Seasons Resort in Lanai. Who couldn’t use a quick escape to Hawaii at the moment? To sign up, simply fill out this form online. All of these auctions are going to a great cause, so if you see something of interest, such as Elle MacPherson (currently going for just $559!), be sure to make a bid!
And Earth Day may be passed, but Earth Month isn’t over yet. Find out more about the Get Out campaign by clicking here.
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