PRINCETON (WVVA) - WVVA is auctioning off a special jersey to help a very special cause.
This Princeton Rays jersey, worn on-air by WVVA's Brett Hiltbrand at Hunnicutt Field, will be given to the highest bidder in our online silent auction with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation.
The Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation is a local organization dedicated to eradicating childhood cancer "through research, advocacy, and education, as well as provide financial and other types of support to children with cancer," according to their official website.
The foundation was started by the parents of Jonathan Powell -- a local four-year-old who lost a courageous battle with Neuroblastoma in 2002.
Help the Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation pursue their mission by placing a bid on this jersey!
To place your bid, simply type your high bid amount into the form below along with the required contact information -- or for mobile users, simply email your name, address, phone number, and high bid amount to firstname.lastname@example.org
The person who submits the highest bid by the deadline of Thursday, July 17, at 11:59 p.m. will win the jersey at the cost of the bid submitted.
Winner must pay by check -- made out to the Jonathan Powell Hope Foundation -- when picking up the jersey at WVVA Studios in Bluefield.
Must by 18 years of age or older to participate.