Date(s) - 02/11/2019
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Auckland Unitarian Church
Here is a current list of the items to be auctioned. Get familiar with what will be available and plan your bidding strategy. Additional items and services may be added on the night.
Cash, check and EFTPOS accepted Saturday night!
Absentee bids will be accepted. If you cannot attend the event but would still like to bid on items or services, use the form below, and include the item number and name as well as your maximum bid. Someone will represent you at the auction.
Sign up now (form below) to attend the Church’s annual service auction dinner to be held at the church on Saturday evening 2 November. Upon arrival at 6.00 pm you will have a chance to view and bid for silent auction items, including jewellery, crystal, dinners, artwork, walking tours and other donated items. A live auction will be held after dinner.
As the service auction is lots of fun as well as our major fundraising event of the year, please bring along family and friends. This year’s goal is $5000.
For catering purposes, please sign up at church on Sunday or by contacting Betsy Marshall via the form below no later than Sunday the 27th of October. Also, please let her know if you are able to bring a dessert for the dinner and/or a bottle of wine for the raffle.
Rugby World Cup Final: Live at the Church on Saturday 2 November
Worried you might miss out on viewing the Rugby World Cup Final match if you come to the service auction dinner? Live coverage will be available at the church beginning at 8 pm. Depending upon demand it will be in either the Muriel Newland Room or the sanctuary.
Ongoing Call for Service Auction Donations
Many thanks to those who have offered donations for the auction. If you haven’t yet donated and/or need ideas of what you could offer, please contact Betsy Marshall via the form below, as soon as possible and no later than Sunday the 27th of October.
Examples of services include hosting a dinner or boating excursion, doing house or garden work, babysitting, computer assistance, cooking lessons, driving someone to the airport, etc. Goods include paintings, fabric art, objects of art, jams, theatre tickets and new or nearly new items such as books, CDs, DVDs and jewellery. You might also approach cafes or shops in the Ponsonby area for donated vouchers in exchange for promotion at the auction.