2019 Holy Family Auction Frequently Asked Questions
When is the auction?
This year auction is scheduled for February 23rd at Huber’s Plantation Hall.
How much does it cost to attend the auction?
Cost to attend the auction is $50 a person (Tickets will raise to $60 on February 9) This includes dinner, dessert, live auction and live music provided by The Juice Box Heroes.
How do I reserve my tickets for the auction?
You can send in your RSVP card that was in the invitation that was mailed out along with a check or cash, or you can go on to faith direct at: https://membership.faithdirect.net/events/org/585
For any questions about reservations, please contact Amanda Gohmann at email@example.com
How do I register as a bidder so that I can bid at the auction?
This years auction is being hosted by Beckort Auctions. To register at visit the link http://beckortauctions.com/index.php?static=how-to-bid **If you are already a registered user with Beckort Auctions, no action in necessary. Your existing account will work fine for this event.**
What time does the event start?
What is the time line for the event?
Doors open at 6:00, Dinner begins at 6:30, Live Auction begins at 7:30 and goes till 9:00, The Juice Box Heroes begin playing at 9:30, Event ends @ 11:30 pm.
Will there also be a Silent Auction?
We have decided to separate the Live and Silent auction into two events. The Live Auction will be taking place on Feb. 23 at Huber’s Orchard and Winery in Plantation Hall. The Silent Auction will be taking place in March in the school gym. Silent auction items will be available for viewing from March 13-March 17.
When can I begin bidding on Silent Auction items?
Silent Auction items will be available for bidding online starting in mid-February. They will be available for viewing Wednesday, March 13-March 17.
Can I view the items up for auction before the event?
YES, the items will be listed at beckortauctions.com to view the items and even start bidding!
How am I involved? (How can I be involved?)
There are many ways to be involved in the auction. One you can volunteer to be part of the planning committee or any of the subcommittees.
Currently we are looking for volunteers to help us set up the two days prior to the auction and then take down and clean up the day after. (the auction is scheduled for Feb 23). We also need help from people to procure both live and silent auction items. Each class has an art project that they complete each year that is used in live auction, we can use volunteers to help the children complete their pieces of the project and then help compile the final product. Each grade is responsible for collecting items for a basket that will be a silent auction item. The grades are assigned a theme for their basket and parents can either contribute items to go into the basket or money so that the basket sub-committee can purchase items for the basket. Information will be going home around the theme your child’s grade has for baskets as well as any other information about the art projects, etc. So be on the look out. You can also contact Amanda for more information.
What are classroom baskets?
Each grade is responsible for collecting items for a basket that will be used as a silent auction item. Each grade is assigned a theme for their basket and parents can either contribute items to go into the basket or money so that the basket subcommittee can purchase items for the basket. Information will be going home around the theme your child’s grade has for baskets. Basket items or donations will be due by December 7, 2018. If you are contributing money or an item, they will go to your child’s teacher.
What are the classroom art projects?
Each class has a designated art project that they complete during school with the help of our Art Project Committee and room moms.The art projects are featured as part of the Live Auction. There will also be two buy it now items, the Kindergarten Cookbook and the 8th grade memory book. You may be asked to send in some supplies, etc. Anything that you will need to contribute will be communicated to you.
Where should my donations go for auction?
If you are contributing an item for the classroom basket, items will goto your child’s teacher. If you want to donate an item separate from the classroom basket, for example you are a cook and want to donate a private dinner cooked for two to be included in the auction, then contact Amanda Gohmann.
Should I go to the auction? Can I invite others? (Why should I go?)
The Auction is a fun filled night of Live Music, food, drinks, auction’s and much more. Funds raised from the auction directly support you by helping the school keep tuition costs as low as they can. Funds also go towards tuition scholarships and helps the school give our kids the diverse education and learning opportunities that they enjoy and benefit them the rest of their lives.
Any one is welcome to come to the event. If you would like an invite sent to someone contact Amanda Gohmann.
If you want extra invites there are extras available in the office or Malia can get some to you. Tickets can also be purchased through Faith Direct.
What’s happening at this year’s Auction?
This years Auction theme is “The Greatest Show.” We are excited that this year’s live music will be provided by The Juice Box Heroes, a Holy Family favorite.
Who are the leaders / organizers? Who do I contact for questions?
The auction chairs this year are Amanda Gohmann and Katie Butt-Beckort. You can reach them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can reach Amanda at (502) 407-8731