AACF Launches 'eBay For Charity' Program

AACF Launches ‘eBay For Charity’ Program

By selecting AACF as a favorite charity, eBay sellers are able to donate between 10 and 100 percent of the sale directly to the foundation.

It’s easier than ever to support aftermarket families in need with the new Automotive Aftermarket Charitable Foundation (AACF) “eBay for Charity” program.

Are you already selling items you no longer need or want on eBay? Now you can select AACF as one of your favorite eBay Charities, and donate automatically when you sell any item.   

The program is simple. Log in to your eBay account, and photograph and list your item as you normally would. Then, find and select AACF as a favorite charity here. Next, select the percentage of the sale you’d like to donate (between 10 and 100 percent.) This video explains in detail: bit.ly/eBay-for-Charity-Sellers.

The program also benefits each eBay seller in a variety of ways:  

  • Charitable listings increase the probability your item will sell
  • 100 percent of your donation goes to AACF
  • PayPal Giving Fund transfers your donation without a fee
  • The eBay Listing Fee is discounted in the amount equal to percentage donated

“This new program makes it easy to help industry families in need,” said Joel Ayres, AACF executive director. “Whether selling a couch or a Camaro, a mountain bike or a Mustang, a heater or a Harley, now folks can support AACF with the sale of unwanted items. And, the donation amount can be customized for each item sold.”   

Visit bit.ly/AACF-eBay-for-Charity to learn more and download a guide.

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