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BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising

North America’s #1 Charity Fundraising “One Stop Shop”

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BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising is a leader in Charity Fundraising across North America in a “One Stop Shop” convenient setting.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising is a leader in Charity Fundraising across North America in a “One Stop Shop” convenient setting. BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising offers charities, non-profits and Benefit fundraisers the absolute very best charity auction items, otherwise known as “No Risk Auction Items.”

Unlike other charity auction item providers, BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising only offers 100% Authenticated Autographed Memorabilia that has all been 3rd Party Authenticated by the most renown authenticators in the world and who are the standard in the Sports Memorabilia world.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising offers a wide array of Autographed Memorabilia from the most iconic athletes from every sport available. These items range from authentic autographed Full Size Helmets , Helmets, Balls, Bats, Jerseys (both framed & unframed), hand painted framed Jerseys for charity live auctions and framed photo’s. We also offer only 3rd Party Authenticated Celebrity and Music framed photographs. Furthermore, we provide a wide array of incredible Décor ranging from Sports, Celebrity, Music, Historical and Contemporary and whimsical items. To round out our Charity Auction Items are an incredible array of beautiful Jewelry from Rings, Necklaces, Earrings and Bracelets.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising also carries and provides the widest array of Charity Travel Packages for charity auctions.

All of our Charity Auction Items are offered to charities with absolutely no risk to them. Charities utilize these items in the their charity fundraising events and keep 100% of the profit from their sale. If the items do not sell, BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising will also pay for their return. No Risk to the Charities, All Reward.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising works with over 1,400 charities a year and routinely is the fundraiser for Armed Forces, the NFL, MLB, Governmental Charities, the National Kidney Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Humane Society of America and 100’s more.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising prides in being the only charity provider offering 100% authentic autographed items which have been authenticated by the most reputable authenticators in the world.

BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising also provides a wide array of charity event planning and fundraising event management services.



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  • FEAR - Why Fear is your worst enemy
    Posted 19 January 2019 | 12:13 am
    As a national business owner, I listen to business books (I listen to books on Audible while I drive or in my office because I don’t have the time or the attention span to read them) and watch videos of some of the most successful people in the world.  They all share something in common – their messages.  Oddly enough, if you read them, watch the video’s and listen or read the books, they all same the same things.  And here is probably the #1 thing that separates the successful from unsuccessful people.Fear kills ambition, fear kills growth, fear kills dreams and goals.  Fear is the #1 reason for two (2) things but they are the reverse of each other:#1 – Fear keeps most people in their comfort zone.  They are afraid of leaving what they know and going outside of their comfort zone because of fear.  Fear of the unknown, fear of Risk, fear of the “What if’s.”  They would rather be miserable and accept what they have instead of seeing what they could have – if they only leave their comfort zone – but nothing grows there in their comfort zone and the scenery never changes.  They blame and hate successful people because of their wealth etc.Versus#2 – Fear is all a part of success.  Successful people live outside of their comfort zone and know that “Without Risk there is no reward.”  In the beginning, they were afraid but decided to move passed it and try.  They made mistakes but used those mistakes to make them better.  They climb the ladder of success by initially getting over their fear and getting use to risk.  Their comfort zone does not exist and they thrive outside of it.  They are hated for their success but it only fuels their desire to become more successful.  The reason the “Rich get Richer” is because they are used to risk and have learned that fear is all a part of the journey.  The “Rick get Richer” because opportunity finds them and then they take the risk and become even more successful.Why am I writing this?  Because recently I was speaking with a charity who needed our help in the worst way.  Their fundraising efforts were not successful which also stunted their growth.  While speaking to them, they had all the parts and pieces to make them successful which made me even more excited because I could see their fundraising event being incredibly successful.   However, their board saw it differently.  Even though our fundraising resume is vast with many more 5 stars reviews and recommendations than anyone ever needs, with a track record of insane success with our charity clients – they were afraid.  Their fear had them questioning our integrity even though you can’t swing a stick without coming across our successes.  Ultimately, their fear stopped them from moving forward.  Even though I had clearly explained how they would profit, their ears were closed to my words because FEAR was the cause.  Their FEAR will ultimately stop them and possibly even force them to close their doors.However, within a day or so, I met with another charity who had the same fear initially.  Prior to meeting with us, they thoroughly “Vetted” us and found out everything they needed to know.  But after hearing everything I had to say, answering all of their questions…they were so excited, they jumped on board quickly and we started planning two (2) events while also helping them with other fundraising efforts.  What’s the moral to the story – there is no plank that you have to walk out on.  In order to be successful, you must get over your fear of moving forward.  Success lies on the opposite side of your fear and comfort zone.  You must take the leap, assume risk just to see what could happen – success if what will happen.Here is another story about the exact same thing – my wife and were out for dinner and I saw a young girl running around working her butt off.  She was extremely friendly, had a permanent smile on her face and was working hard for the few dollars left on the table for tips.  I called her over, introduced myself and told her about my business.  I told her that we were looking for people like her and told her what we pay our employees.  She was shocked and said yes that she was interested.  I gave her my card and told her to email me.  After several days and not hearing from her, I went back to the restaurant and approached her.  I asked her why she hadn’t reached out to me and she said “It sounds too good to be true and other people who work here said there is no way it’s real.”  I told her we are 100% real and invited her to come to our meeting…she walked away.  Several days went by, no message so I went back.  I sat her down and spoke to her.  I told her that very few times in life, opportunity will come knocking on your door.  You have to answer it and take the chance…She came to the meeting and now she is a part of my staff.  She went back to the restaurant and told those who said we weren’t real that we actually are.  She took the chance, got over her fear and now look.In summary, FEAR will eventually kill you if you let it.  You must get over your fear and accept the possibilities in order to grow.  You have to leave your comfort zone or you will never ever grow beyond what you are already doing.If we can help you, please reach out to us at, we would love to help you.
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  • What are "Paying It Forward Fundraising" Silent Auctions?
    Posted 1 January 2019 | 7:33 pm
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  • David Taylor - my friend, my brother and truly an inspiration
    Posted 16 December 2018 | 3:39 pm
    I am blessed.  There are people who come into your life for no apparent reason, this is the story of one such man who has truly become an inspiration in my life.  Several years ago, through Facebook, an auctioneer from South Carolina named David Taylor reached out to me to talk about working together in his home state of South Carolina.  We shared two common bonds that took our conversation from just acquaintances to being friends, not only were we in the Auction World but both of us had been former Law Enforcement.  That “Thin Blue Line” bond was what truly became our bond since we had both lived a life of service to our state and country.We spoke over the phone, through text messages and facebook messenger.  For several months we planned and shared auction “War Stories.”  He introduced me to several people who lived in and around Maryland who he knew.  I had never truly met David but from hearing his voice and reading his words, I could easily tell he is one of the rare “True Blue” kind people you rarely come across.  Then suddenly, David stopped sending me messages or calling.  I wondered what had happened to him.  Then I saw a post on facebook that brought me to tears.  My good friend, one of the nicest guys I’ve ever not met but became good friends with, had a severe brain aneurysm.  I saw photos of him lying in a hospital bed with tubes attached to him everywhere they could possibly be.  He was in a coma and did not seem to be recovering.  I spoke to a common friend who said he seemed to be getting worse and that prayers for him were desperately needed.  I bowed my head on many occasions praying for my friends recovery or, and I hate to admit this, but for our Lord to take him peacefully.  I continued to ask questions about him to determine where he was and if anything had changed.  Then suddenly, as it seems, all the prayers for David were answered.  David had came out of the coma and his long road to recovery had begun.  What a powerful message.  What a warrior, I was so proud of him.  I watched as he pushed himself to be back again to the man he was.  David Taylor is a very proud and humble man but his inner strength brought him back to his feet.  When I could, we spoke and he told me the story.  I am so proud of him, the man I knew showed me how our inner strength and faith can be victories over the worst battles.  David is now back to our world, back to the life which seemed to be taken away.  David my friend, you are a true inspiration to me.  You showed me that we can get back onto our knees, stand back up after being knocked down and facing death.  If you my friend can win that battle alone with the prayers and tears of family and friends, we can recover from anything we endure.Thank you for being my friend and being in my life.  You are truly an inspiration to me each and every day and I feel blessed to call you my friend.Your friend,George
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BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising
2761 Biggs Highway, Suite #4
North East, Maryland 21901
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