David Benedek Charity Auction

2004 ‘boarder of the year, David Benedek, is currently helping raise much needed funds for our Bam relief project. In his first auction over $1200 was raised, 100% of which will go towards our partnered building efforts.

For the final auction David is auctioning off a prototype board and jacket from the award-winning video “Lame” and limited edition Vail Session T-shirt signed by the entire Salomon Team. All items are up for grabs until February 28th.

For more check out http://www.davidbenedek.com/eBay/second-auctions.html or http://www.architectureforhumanity.org

Salomon 157 Prospect Snowboard

Salomon 157 Prospect ridden in the movie “Lame”. It comes with a signed polaroid photo of David and a beanie. On demand the board can be signed as well.

The board can also be signed on demand…

Vail Sessions T-Shirt Signed by Salomon Team

Limited edition t-shirt from the Vail Sessions snowboard competition signed by Josh Dirksen, Fabienne Reuteler, Guiallume Morisette, Annie Boulanger and David Benedek. Comes with a signed beanie. Size: large

2004 Bonfire T10 Jacket from the movie “Lame”

David´s 2004 Bonfire Fusion T10 Jacket from the movie “Lame” size: large color: blue/white 10.000 mm waterproof fully insulated/ seamed. Comes with a signed beanie.

About Architecture for Humanity –

Architecture for Humanity is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1999 to promote architectural and design solutions to global, social and humanitarian crises. Through competitions, workshops, educational forums, partnerships with aid organizations and other activities, Architecture for Humanity creates opportunities for architects and designers from around the world to help communities in need. We believe that where resources and expertise are scarce, innovative, sustainable and collaborative design can make a difference.

Its first venture was an international competition to design five-year transitional housing for Kosovo’s returning refugees. The competition resulted in an international exhibition, four built prototypes and raised more than $120,000 which was used to provide immediate aid. Since then, Architecture for Humanity has developed a network of more than 7,000 architects and designers; offered assistance and advice on projects around the world; and hosted a second initiative to develop a mobile HIV/AIDS health clinic for Sub-Saharan Africa.

Architecture for Humanity has also advised government bodies and relief organizations on a number of projects, including mine clearance programs and playground building in the Balkans; earthquake recovery assistance in Turkey and Iran; and refugee housing on the borders of Afghanistan.