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Four Seasons Oahu - Ko' Olina Ocean Front Rooms, bidding for charity

Four Seasons Oahu - Ko' Olina Ocean Front Rooms, bidding for charity

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Old Feb 2, 17, 4:36 pm
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Four Seasons Oahu - Ko' Olina Ocean Front Rooms, bidding for charity

Can you ever have too much Four Seasons Hawaii? As many of you know, I can not spend too many nights at the Four Seasons in Hawaii and the Four Seasons Oahu Ko'Olina was kind enough to donate two nights in an Oceanfront room with breakfast for two to my son's preschool (retail value $2,500). Opening bid is $595 and there are not many terms or restrictions and NO other bids. I would not normally add this type of thing here, but it is a great value. Thank you for your consideration and please let me know if you have questions, my family and I have stayed at each FS in Hawaii.

https://m.biddingforgood. com/. auctions/272894266/items/272894396

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Old Feb 3, 17, 11:43 am
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I am moving this to the forum set aside for good causes on FT, the "Flyertalk Cares" forum, where it will likely get more attention.

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Old Feb 3, 17, 9:00 pm
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Your child's pre-school does not appear to meet FlyerTalk's requirements and the Guidelines posted in the "sticky" post at the top of this page for an approved charity, and auctions such as this are not donations. There is no mention of any cause attached to this auction at all, much less that it might benefit an IRS 501(c)(3) entity.

If you have reason to believe we are in error, you may PM the Moderators of this forum (listed lower right hand corner).

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