Zeinstra referee outfit for charity

Zeinstra referee outfit for charity.

Zeinstra referee outfit for charity.

Buy Zeinstra referee outfit for charity Serious Request. The highest bid is now on evening of the 24th of December: 255 euro’s.

The referee shirt from assistant referee Zeinstra is used during the European Championship of 2012. On the shirt are also the signatures from referee Bjorn Kuipers and his other assistant referee Sander van Roekel.

You can place a bid on Marktplaats, a Dutch version of eBay until 6pm Central European Time on the 25th of December. Go to Marktplaats.

Serious Request is a charity event from Dutch radio station 3FM. Three deejay’s are locked up in a glass house and will not eat for six days. They only get fruit/vegetable shakes. Listeners can request songs by paying for it. The money goes to the Red Cross. The theme this year is “Let’s clean this shit up”, a campaign against child death from diarrhea.

Buy a referee shirt from Bas Nijhuis for Red Cross

Dutch public radio station 3fm had collected 8.621.004 euro’s for mothers all over the world who are victims of war. The money goes to the project ‘This one’s for mama’ from the Red Cross to provide these women a shelter, food and medication.

Three dj’s moved into a house of glass for a week without eating, just drinking some shakes with necessary ingredients. This year was the seventh edition. But the final amount of money is not reached yet.

Image from eBay advert for Red CrossThere’s an ongoing online auction with items from famous people. One of the items is a set of cards, referee clothing and a match ball from referee Bas Nijhuis. You can buy it via eBay. Highest bid so far: 157 euro’s. Your bid should be at least 160 euro’s. The auction stops at 5pm (CET) next Friday.