Disney auctions for Great Ormond Street Hospital

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“Hi! I’m Tinker Bell! My friends call me Tink” reads the My World page for the Disney Fairy auctions in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. The legacy of author J M Barrie, who left the Peter Pan rights to the hospital, is still helping to raise money 90 years after the donation.

Inspired by Peter Pan’s fairy friend Tinker Bell, Disney, who purchased the rights to make an animated Pan film, are auctioning fairy wings customised by celebrities on eBay. All proceeds will go directly to the children’s hospital through eBay for Charity.

Stars like Leona Lewis, The Duchess of York and her daughters Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, have each decorated a pair of fairy wings to be sold on eBay. The auctions run until the 18th September and are part of Disney’s ongoing partnership with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.

6 Responses

  1. Good auctions and always like seeing eBay for Charity used properly.

    Not sure about the User Generated Content there mind, overlapping the edges somewhat!

  2. It looks like one of the kids wrote the copy as well.

    Theis pair of Disney Fairies Celebrity Fairy Wings were customised by

    The fairy wings are 50cm x 35cm at their widest point.
    The wings will be send out in a box measuring 50cm x 50cm.

  3. Don’t their auctions break the rules. They have used code to interfere with eBay’s page and it’s gone green and has a extra header on the top of each listing. I’m not going to report or anything, just curious if they’re allowed to do this?

  4. I think you’ll probably find that eBay have made an exception and approved it – along with inserting a custom header just above the main auction details 🙂

  5. @ # 3

    I think the main reason (could be wrong) for those rules are to protect people. I don’t think I would want to live in a world where a company like eBay had to protect me from a the likes of Disney.

  6. the usual its for Charity side step shimmy shammy

    Charity is now a vast money making industry, that employs thousands, with the suffering of others as their main product

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