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Auctioneers
DAMON CASTICO

Damon Castico is passionate about assisting non-profits in fund-raising, and brings a wealth of knowledge and contacts that will help to achieve your goals.

It is Damon’s belief that, "if you don't know who you are raising the money for and how it will be spent you aren't going to be very compelling." 


STEVE HAWORTH

"You've got the wrong guy."

That was Steve Haworth's response when asked to play the role of auctioneer for his daughter's school fundraiser.

Not only did the car dealership owner from Berkeley have no idea how to be an auctioneer, the idea of speaking in front of hundreds of people terrified him. Still, it was his wife and her friend who had organized the event, and Steve felt he couldn't say "no." Good thing he didn't.

Fourteen years later and Steve is a sought-after auctioneer for many charity events, raising tens of millions of dollars a year.

Listen to the NBC Bay Area News Report on Steve HERE

SANDY HOCHMAN

For over 20 years Sandy Hochman worked with us as a professional auctioneer. His passing February 4, 2013 was a great shock.

Sandy was a good friend as well as a business associate and he will be greatly missed. 
Ira@CharityWorks.net        (925) 250-6968

DON BLEU

MC / Host / Auctioneer -  Legendary radio and TV personality

 For thirty five years, the Bay Area woke to the voice and on-air antics of "Don Bleu in the Morning”. If you haven’t received a “Bleuper call”, your neighbor or spouse has.

On air, Don has flown with the Blue Angels, been dunked in a human Irish stew, officiated a wedding in a blimp over the Golden Gate bridge, and started a campfire in front of the Transamerica building, to bring attention to the plight of Girl Scouts against big business.

He was twice named National Radio Personality of the year, and is in the Radio Hall of Fame.

If you weren’t listening to Don Bleu on the radio, you were watching him on TV host ‘The Gong Show” or “The Know Zone” or “Evening Magazine”. A four time Emmy award winner, Don is trying to break the stereotype of “a face for radio".