About Our Auction
CGL is proud to present the Cancer Gets Lost TV Writers Room Doodles Charity Auction, an online auction of original doodles, sketches and more from 35 of your favorite television show writers' rooms! This auction was kindly curated by our good friend Javier Grillo-Marxuach (LOST, The 100), a Writer and Co-Executive Producer on the upcoming Netflix series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
The auction will be open online from August 21 - 31, for fans from around the globe to have the opportunity to support the greater good.
100% of the proceeds from the Cancer Gets Lost TV Writers Room Doodles Charity Auction will be donated to The Pablove Foundation (https://www.pablove.org), a wonderful organization dedicated to fighting childhood cancer with love. They aim to improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts, and invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research.
All pre and post auction details & instructions are on our site (http://cancergetslost.org).
* ALL CGL auction sales are final & non-refundable because every cent raised in this charity auction is going to be donated to a non-profit children's cancer charity. All items in this auction are sold in “as is” condition, without any warranties, either express or implied.
If you win an item in this auction, you will need to visit http://cancergetslost.org/ to make payment directly to the CGL Paypal account. You will receive detailed payment instructions via email within 24 hours following the close of this auction.
Thank you, and happy bidding!
About Cancer Gets LOST
Cancer Gets LOST is a 501c3-sponsored non-profit that hosts charity auctions of rare and autographed TV/film items, each to benefit a designated cancer charity. We focus on channeling all fandoms toward the greater good!
CGL was co-founded by Jo Garfein and Jared Wong in 2010. Jo creates & manages all auctions, and on average we host 1-2 live and/or online charity auctions per year!
Cancer Gets LOST has non-profit, tax exempt status thanks to a fiscal sponsorship by FJC: A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds (http://fjc.org/).