SAN DIEGO–Palomar Pomerado Health Foundation and the San Diego Chargers have partnered to introduce the Drive to the Goal eBay® Giving Works auction. During the month of November, exclusive San Diego Chargers items and game experiences will be auctioned on eBay to benefit the foundation.
The auction includes various items ranging from autographed memorabilia to priceless Chargers experiences for fans of all ages, such as transportation and VIP tickets to a road trip game against the Denver Broncos, cheer with a Charger girl against the San Francisco 49ers, and tickets to the NFL championship game at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas in February. Each day, an exclusive item will be added to the eBay page, with the auction ending on November 23. Auctioned events will take place at various games this season.
The partnership provides a unique opportunity for fans to support their local team and raise funds for PPH as it builds Palomar Medical Center West, the hospital of the future.
“We at Palomar Pomerado Health are committed to providing our patients the finest health care anywhere. Our partnership with the Chargers helps us deliver that promise by helping us reach our fundraising goal and making the hospital of the future a reality, patients can count on,” said Terence Green, president of the Palomar Pomerado Health Foundation.
Palomar Medical Center West is scheduled to open in 2012. The facility spans 780,000 square feet across 56 acres and features state-of-the-art technology designed around patient and family-centered care.
The foundation is in the midst of the largest capital campaign in its history and is focused on raising $55 million to help support the largest hospital construction project in the country.
“The eBay Giving Works auction offers San Diego Chargers fans the chance to win some unique prizes while giving back to the community,” said Chris Lee, manager of corporate partnerships, San Diego Chargers. “It’s an extremely important cause for any fan who can bid to win and feel good about supporting this world-class hospital.”
To see the list of items in auction, visit: http://bit.ly/a1Cqxr.