Northern Territory teenager Dolly Everett.
Northern Territory teenager Dolly Everett. Facebook

Charity auction to raise funds for Dolly's Dream

A CHARITY auction will be held this weekend with all proceeds going to Dolly's Dream.

The Dolly's Dream Foundation is a charity group established by family and friends of Dolly Everett. 

Dolly was the victim of bullying and ended her own life at the young age of 14.

In remembrance of Dolly and to facilitate positive change for other young lives, the Dolly's Dream Foundation aims to provide support to charity groups through fundraising and promotion.

The Australian Working Stock Dogs Magazine has facilitated this auction with the help of working dog people and other small rural businesses.

Wayne Flintham of the magazine said the proceeds were going to a good cause.

"It's such a tragic thing to happen," he said.

"A small band of us came together and said we wanted to do something to help out.

"And it's just grown."

The auction will be facilitated by AuctionsPlus, so anyone can participate.

The auction will run this weekend.

"So far we've got about 30 lots," Mr Flintham said.

"There's working pups, dog collars, horse leads, leather vouchers and various other items for sale.

"We're still taking lots right up until tonight."

If you would like to donate any items to be sold at the auction you can email Mr Flintham at or phone him on 07 4778 8701.

Craig Eastell, a stockman from Western Australia, who went viral earlier this week sharing a heartfelt message about Dolly, has also posted a video on Facebook about the auction.

Keep an eye out on the Australian Working Stock Dogs Magazine Facebook page for a link to the sale on AuctionsPlus.

At time of publication Rural Weekly were unable to share the link as it hadn't been established.