Sixers Youth Foundation/Goldin are auctioning used in-game uniforms and shoes

A new auction of gear worn by the Philadelphia 76ers is underway, with proceeds going to benefit youngsters.

The Sixers Youth Foundation, in partnership with Goldin, is offering 44 lots of signed Sixers game-worn sneakers and City Edition 2021-22 uniforms in the “Bid The Spectrum” auction.

The auction runs through Monday, March 14, and all proceeds will go directly to supporting young people in Philadelphia, Camden, NJ and surrounding areas.

“As we move away from the pandemic, young people in our community need our support more than ever to build relationships, create healthy habits, and have safe places to learn and play. Thanks to the generosity of so many people, we are able to provide them with the support they need,” said Marjorie Harris, President of the Sixers Youth Foundation.

“We are honored to partner with the Sixers Youth Foundation to benefit the communities of the Delaware Valley,” said Goldin Executive Chairman and Founder Ken Goldin. “The positive impact the organization has had on countless young people over the past few years is inspiring and we couldn’t be more excited to lend our market to this team and this cause.”

This year, in addition to autographed sneakers from current 76ers players and legends like Hall of Famer Allen Iverson, the auction includes complete uniforms worn by Joel Embiid, James Harden and Tyrese Maxey, among others, and several lots of warm-ups used by players.

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