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Need a unique gift? Can'd Aid auction has rare, music-centric items for sale

Posted: 4:30 AM, Nov 25, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-25 08:29:39-05
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A Colorado nonprofit is offering unique experiences and music items as part of a fundraising auction.

"A banjo signed by Steve Martin... We also have a beautiful banjo signed by all members of Greensky Bluegrass [and] a guitar signed by the people that play in the band Drive-By Truckers," said Diana Ralston, the executive director of Can'd Aid. "There is an amazing VIP experience from our friends at Rocky Mountain Anglers and VIP passes to Lollapalooza and to Austin City Limits."

There are 14 items in this year's Big, Bodacious and Benevolent Bazaar.

Money raised goes to Can'd Aid, a nonprofit that "spreads people-powered do-goodery."

Any money raised by the auction, or donated to Can'd Aid before Dec. 31, will be doubled by a match from Can'd Aid's board president, Dale Katechis.

The auction starts on Monday, Nov. 25 and ends in mid-December so items can arrive in time for Christmas.

See the auction items here.