American Brain Tumor Association Named eBay Charity for Exclusive Auction with Award-winning Designer Nate Berkus

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Nate Berkus home and fashion collection pieces to be auctioned March 31- April 10

March 24, 2016

Chicago, Ill., March 24, 2016 -- The American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) is pleased to be named the official charity of an exclusive eBay for Charity auction of nearly 60 personal home and fashion pieces owned by award-winning interior designer Nate Berkus, who recently lost his father to the disease.

“We are grateful and inspired to have Nate Berkus and eBay for Charity lend their powerful brands to help further our on-going efforts to raise awareness and funds for the brain tumor cause,” said Elizabeth Wilson, president and CEO, American Brain Tumor Association.  

From March 31 through April 10, shoppers will be able to browse and bid on a range of decorative accessories, art, furniture and fashion items from Nate Berkus’ home. Coveted pieces include Lanvin Parfums prints, Prada gloves and rare antique textiles. The auction will also feature the ability to bid on a video design chat and the chance to receive home design and style advice from Nate Berkus himself.

Through eBay for Charity, all sale proceeds from the Nate Berkus auction will benefit the American Brain Tumor Association.

To shop Nate Berkus’ charity auction, visit

About eBay for Charity 

eBay for Charity is a platform that enables members of the eBay community to donate to causes in the U.S. and abroad. Sellers can donate anywhere between 10-100 percent of the proceeds and buyers can add a donation to their purchase during checkout. To date, more than $650 million dollars have been raised on eBay for Charity, supporting more than 35,000 organizations.

About the American Brain Tumor Association

Founded in 1973, the American Brain Tumor Association was the first and is the only national organization committed to funding brain tumor research and providing education and information on all tumor types and for all age groups. For more information visit or call 800-886-ABTA (2282).