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EPC's 2022 Online Auction

EPCís 2022 Online Auction

EPC’s 2022 Online Auction – Can You Help?

EPC’s 2022 Online Auction will be held from 7-27 March, 2022 with all proceeds going towards EPC’s Equipment Hire Financial Hardship Appeal.

We are raising funds to subsidise the cost of hiring equipment to clients in financial hardship.

Calling for Auction items!

We are looking  for contributions from our local community and partners to make this event a grand success.  Auctions items need to be new and can include anything from enticing gifts, to pleasing experiences, to simple donations such as:

Home – Furnishings, Appliances & Accessories
Art & Hobbies – Workshops, Artwork & Supplies
Services – Car Washing, House Cleaning, Garden Maintenance
Relax – Local Getaways & Restaurant Vouchers
Health – Yoga & Fitness Classes, Spa Treatments, Hair & Beauty Vouchers
Products – Hampers, Alcohol, Makeup & Perfume
Adventure Experiences – Rope Courses & Rock Climbing

Can you help us? For enquiries or to provide recommendations of business EPC could approach, please contact Emily or Peita at

About EPC

EPC is Victoria’s largest home based palliative care service, operating across seven local government areas in Eastern Metropolitan Melbourne. We assist those living at home with a terminal illness and their carers, to have the best possible quality of life in their last months and days. We provide doctors, nurses, family support and bereavement workers, music, massage, occupational therapists and an extensive range of volunteer services.  This year EPC will help around 2,000 families.

EPC is a not-for-profit organisation and provides a free service for clients and their carers. Although we are government funded, we rely on fundraising, donations and bequests to support the delivery of our services and programs.

What is the Equipment Hire Financial Hardship Appeal?

Many EPC clients require specific equipment to be brought into their homes to avoid having to go to a hospital or hospice. Often the need for this equipment is sudden, urgent and vital. EPC assists families to secure these items and organise their hire or purchase. Some families are not in a financial position to cover this cost. The ability for them to draw on EPC’s hardship fund means their loved one’s final wish to die at home can be met.

EPC no longer receives government funding to subsidise the cost of hiring the equipment required for clients in financial hardship. 100% of all income from EPC’s 2022 Online Auction will go to an internal fund to be used for this purpose for eligible clients.

How can I help?

  1. Click here to contact our fundraising team if you can donate or help secure quality items for EPC’s 2022 Online Auction
  2. Donate directly to this appeal here – simply direct your donation to this appeal
  3. Sign up for our mailing list and share with your network. You’ll receive event updates and our quarterly newsletter (no spam).