An auction of promises by a commercial property consultancy firm has doubled the money it raised at last year's fundraiser.
Drivers Jonas' annual Auction of Promises raised #12,131.00, that will be split between several charities including St Basil's, which supports young people facing homelessness, and Wheel Power.
The most expensive lot was a round of golf with a senior tour professional that was sold for #860.
The next most expensive item was #511 for an exclusive lunch at St Mary Axe, the Norman Foster building otherwise known as the Gherkin.
Four tickets for an England match at the new Wembley stadium were also snapped up. Other lots included stays at cottages in Cornwall, the Isle of Wight and Devon, tea at the Ritz, a signed Watford FC football shirt and a hand-knitted scarf!
Michael Davies, associate at Drivers Jonas in Birmingham who organised the event, said: "Drivers Jonas is very proud of its annual Auction of Promises which continues to raise significant amounts of money for good causes.
"As a national company we spread our contributions to charities across the country but we also like to support cause in our local community and we are very happy once again to be able to make a donation to St Basil's a support the good work it does for the homeless in Birmingham.
"The items donated this year were particularly exciting with extremely good prices paid for once-in-a-lifetime experiences. However, every contribution is gratefully received and thanks must go to every Drivers Jonas employee who bid in the auction."