celebritybidding.com has secured celebrity VIP experiences and rare signed celebrity memorabilia to benefit national anti-bullying charity Bully Zero Australia Foundation.

Among the lots are a lunch date with Jessica Alba, to meet EMMY award winning host Mario Lopez and rare signed memorabilia from One Direction (with signatures from all 5 members), Justin Bieber, Whitney Houston, Taylor Swift and more.

Celebrity Bidding operates as a fundraising platform for charities, for the launch event the benefactor will be BZAF.

The platform raises these funds via a transparent reverse auctioning system that allows visitors to the website to make their dreams come true by donating to worthy charities in an attempt to secure the lowest unique bidding value.

Celebrity Bidding and its auctions are completely free to enter. Users can obtain further bids through purchasing entry packages on the site, which in turn directly raises funds for BZAF.

Celebrity Bidding has been designed for two key purposes. Firstly, the platform exists to benefit worthy charities. For its launch, Celebrity Bidding has partnered with national anti-bullying charity BZAF. 100% of net profits from the auction items will go to benefiting BZAF.

Secondly, Celebrity Bidding exists to bridge the gap between the affluent and your everyday celebrity fan. Users can enter free into the auctions and then donate as they see fit to obtain further bids to secure their favourite items.

This allows everybody the chance to make their celebrity dreams come true and helps to develop a sense of philanthropy in society at a time when the world is in need of some genuine kindness and goodwill.

Celebrity Bidding is the vision of a humble Sydney painter by trade who has built the company from scratch through his own funding and hard work. He is driven by a passion to spread kindness in the world.

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