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SBS Annual Auction

Dear Blessed Sacrament Community, 
 
In Spring 2017, School of the Blessed Sacrament PA will bring you Celebrate the Night in Black & White. This fundraiser will consist of an Online Auction culminating with a Cocktail Party and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 11, 2017.
 
School of the Blessed Sacrament's 2017 Online Auction is LIVE!!! Time is ticking! Go online and BID NOW!!
 
Don't miss out, the Online Auction closes on March 8th! There are great deals on amazing items including Walt Disney Tickets, Beauty Products, Restaurant Certificates and more. Don’t forget the CLASS PROJECTS created by your children and TEACHER TIME; these are special and exciting opportunities for your child to experience movie dates, breakfast dates, lunch dates, or the chance to be CEO or Assistant for the day -- all with your child's favorite teacher by his/her side!!

Don't forget to BUY YOUR TICKETS so you don't miss out on our school's social event of the year! Ticket prices will be higher at the door. Buy Tickets Now 

This year we have a lofty goal of raising $60,000. Proceeds from the auction will go towards Phase 2 of the SBS renovation project, which will include the creation of a Technology Lab in the Library Resource Room plus additional capital improvement projects throughout the building. Thanks to last year’s efforts, our children are enjoying a renovated library space, a beautiful rooftop garden and other significant capital improvements.

We need your help to reach this goal. Parents are asked to solicit donations of $75 (or more) worth of new goods or services per child to the auction. On this page you can download Donation Forms or Sponsorship Forms.
 
Need a sample email/script to use when soliciting donations? Go to our website http://bit.ly/SBSAuctionDonationInfo For more ideas on what to ask for or to print donation forms, please go to the Auction Website at www.auctionsbs.com.
 
Auction Committee
Robyn Aragues & Cynthia Pai