The Hope Haven Children’s Clinic and Family Center is where our precious Molly goes for physical, occupational and speech therapy. It’s a fantastic organization and is home to one of the country’s few Down Syndrome Centers. I absolutely love it there and feel at home each time I step foot in the door. And while the Down Syndrome spectrum specialization is what we need, Hope Haven also offers many more services.
Here’s some info from their site….
Hope Haven Children’s Clinic and Family Center, a nonprofit organization, serves children, young adults and families with a variety of educational, developmental and mental health needs.
Hope Haven provides care to a wide range of clients, including those with:
For the second year, I’m serving on the Sounds of Hope silent auction committee. The event is on November 18, 2012 in Jacksonville, Florida. As a committee, we’ve been brainstorming fundraising ideas…and I thought, what a better place to turn to for suggestions that you, my blog readers!
So….have you ever organized a silent auction? What worked (or didn’t work) for you? Do you have any fundraising or event logistics tips you’d like to share with me? I’m open to any and all ideas….let’s hear them!
**I received no compensation for this post. I’m a Hope Haven Sounds of Hope committee member and I’m interested in learning your thoughts about silent auction fundraisers!**