Having Fun While Raising Funds!

The CHV Auction and Virtual Gathering was so much fun last year that we are going to do it all over again! Actually, we would prefer the annual in-person Gala, but we aren’t quite ready yet to party and dance in-person. That doesn’t stop us from having some fun and raising some funds.

The Virtual Auction runs April 14–24 and on Thursday, April 21, we will have the Virtual Gathering. The week-long on-line auction once again will feature vacation homes, salon dinners (hurray: we’re planning most for in-person, in-home events!), restaurant coupons, art and decorative items, and more.

This year, you can opt to host a house parties for 6-8-10 people. Food and wine will be delivered to your door, and you can enjoy the Gathering festivities with friends. Tickets for the Virtual Gathering are available on the auction site. Before bidding starts, you will be able to browse the auction items and purchase tickets for the events.

Please join us and consider bidding on an auction item. The Gala is critical for CHV’s fundraising efforts—generating funds that assure continuance of the services and programs that support CHV’s efforts to help seniors age well at home and make it possible for older adults at all income levels to be Village members and benefit from its services.

 Click HERE to purchase tickets.

Thanks to our Gala Sponsors! Click here to see a list.

 

Capitol Hill VillageCapitol Hill Village is a model for a grassroots response to support our country’s aging population in a dignified and resource-efficient way.  Continually improving, we are expanding and refining our services, including new membership pilots, new service types, increased educational programs and ever-broadening partnerships.  At the same time, we are taking on a larger role across local and national discussions around aging, health and fitness, housing and the financial impacts of the fastest growing segment of our population—those over 60.  And remember, Capitol Hill Village programs serve all members of our community, reducing reliance on public resources.