Fundraising Auction Consultants and Experts
EnergyEntertaining auction performances. Boundless energy. Witty style. Lively performances. Spirited bidding. Attendees motivated to fulfill their philanthropic potential. This is our work at Reynolds & Buckley, LLC.
ExperienceReynolds & Buckley is a San Francisco firm serving over 130 charities nationwide annually. One paddle at a time, we have raised over 250 million dollars for the arts, children’s charities, health care and research, and other worthy causes.
PartnershipAs experts in the theater and science of charity auctions, we know that the preparation that takes place long before we step on stage is the key to success. We partner with your staff and your auction committee well in advance of your event, to work together and set the stage for success.
Our extensive experience will help you make the most of your current event, and will help you to grow your event over time. Whether you want to start a fundraising auction or would like to give an established event some paddle-raising gusto, contact us
A Tribute to David Reynolds
The overwhelming outpouring of support in the wake of David Reynolds’ passing has been truly moving. Many people have stepped forward and offered to make a donation “to David’s favorite charity.” The thing about David is that he didn’t have a favorite: he worked hard, and cared deeply, for every charity that hired him. So rather than pick a couple of our clients at random, we’ve decided to spread the love to as many as possible.
The David T. Reynolds Fund has been established under the guidance of Schwab Charitable. Funds received will be used to make donations to charities with which we work throughout the course of the year. As always, thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to continuing David’s legacy this year and beyond.
To make your tax-deductible contribution to this fund, please mail your check to Reynolds & Buckley at PO Box 460430, San Francisco, CA 94146. Checks should be made payable to Schwab Charitable with the David T. Reynolds Fund indicated in the memo.
David turns the auction tent into a revival meeting with his evangelical zeal."