Communities That Care (CTC) of Greater Downingtown – a collective of organizations that use evidence-based prevention programs, policies, and resources to foster positive youth development and mental health and to prevent substance use – will host an online auction from Oct. 3-9.
The 80 items up for bid are diverse and include a baseball autographed by Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola; themed gift baskets for dinners out; tickets to events; art, music, and acting classes; original artwork; furniture; a vacation retreat in Mystic, Conn.; and even an experience for a child to become police chief for the day at a local police department.
The auction’s theme is “7 Days to Make a Difference: Empower Youth to Make Positive Choices.” Studies have shown that resilient youth are more successful at home, in school, and in the community. They are better able to negotiate life challenges, withstand social and environmental pressures, and advocate for themselves and others.
Click here to participate in the auction. Click the “Register Now” button to preview all items that are up for bid and to receive text alerts when new items are added … or when you have been outbid.
You can register at any time during the auction. Bidding opens Saturday, Oct. 3.
With your support, CTC of Greater Downingtown will provide skills, opportunities, and resources to equip children and youth to become resilient and confident – at home, in school, and in the community.
Click here to learn more about CTC of Greater Downingtown.
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