Welcome to the Help for Joplin Auction. For details on the who, what, when, and how please visit this post.
Overnight camp offering 2 or 4-week sessions for 8-15 year old boys and
girls in a non-competitive, nurturing environment. Located on Unity
College’s beautiful campus in the charming town of Unity, Maine, the
program focuses on visual & performing arts, technology, environmental
education, and individual/lifetime sports. Campers receive unsurpassed
personal attention from the highest quality professional activity
instructors and dorm counselors. Activities include theater, dance,
chorus, drawing & painting, jewelry, stained glass, pottery, sculpture,
woodworking, photography, videography, robotics, rocketry, chess, culinary arts, creative writing, gardening, kayaking/canoeing, mountain biking, yoga, fitness, archery and martial arts. Ideal for the camper looking for an inclusive community where individuality and creativity are respected.
Retail Value: $300
Bidding starts at $10 and increase by increments of $1. Your comment is your bid, please state how much you are bidding in the comment. If you are the first comment it must be $10. If you are not it must be at least $1 more than the previous comment. Please be as generous as you can! This is not about getting a good deal, this is about raising money to feed and house the people of Joplin.
The Auction will remain open for through 7pm on Friday May 27. Winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to make their payment before we move on to the next highest bidder. Payments will be made as a direct donation to The Salvation Army listing the specific use as JOPLIN RELIEF. Your emailed receipt from The Salvation Army is your claim ticket to your prize. All receipts should be emailed to BPB4Joplin (at) gmail (dot) com to claim your prize.
*Disclosure: All items for the auction were generously donated by the companies or artisans listed and linked to. Bigger Picture Blogs and it’s writers have received no products or compensation for this event. All opinions are our own, all proceeds are being donated to the Salvation Army.