Bricks Helping Japan – LEGO Charity Auctions

So far, our auctions have raised over $700! Thanks so much to everyone who has donated creations, and everyone who has bid on them!

Several of our auctions of donated LEGO creations are ending in just a few hours! Remember, all proceeds go to the Red Cross, so please bid liberally, and feel free to spread the word! As a reminder, here’s the full explanation of this charity LEGO auction effort. There’s only one day left to bid on the gigantic Phenix!

Phenix LEGO Giant StarSHIP

Also, don’t forget to check out all the other on-going auctions to help the Red Cross in their efforts to help the victims of the earthquakes and tsunamis in Japan and the Pacific Rim. I listed several new auctions today and yesterday, including some fantastic LEGO creations and several pieces of original LEGO comic art by Greg Hyland! All of the pieces by Greg have been published, whether on, in LEGO BrickMaster Magazine, or Star Wars Insider Magazine.

4 comments on “Bricks Helping Japan – LEGO Charity Auctions

  1. alldarker

    It seems sort of a shame to see that the Phenix made less as a complete creation ($2.501) than it did as a collection of bricks worth over €3.000 (currently about $4.300)…
    Christophe Corthay’s creation is amazing, though, and I commend him for offering it as an auction piece to this worthwhile cause.

  2. EvilEddie1313

    I would like to thank TBB and Mr. Corthay for the opportunity to bid on and win this wonderful Lego creation. To be able to obtain a creation like ‘the Phenix’ is a Lego lover’s dream. I have been in contact with Mr. Corthay and told him that I would take good care of his ‘work of art.’ I see the love he put into it. When I have the model all set up, I will send pictures.

    Once again, thanks TBB and Mr. Corthay for your big hearts. I look forward to being a positive member of your community. Thanks.


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