by Tyler Mathews
Brigit’s Bounty Community Resources (BBCR) is hosting a virtual silent auction on November 13–15. Visit www.32auctions.com/BBCR to shop from baskets curated with local favorites and unique items you won’t find anywhere else!
Brigit’s Bounty runs a Giving Garden and works directly with students from Thunder Valley K-8 School and other local youth to provide hands-on garden experience and education around horticulture, environmental stewardship, health, and nutrition. Additionally, BBCR donates all of their fresh, chemical-free produce to local residents in need through Meals on Wheels and the mobile food pantries. BBCR also hosts a variety of community education programs in their garden, including summer camp, after-school programs, and adult workshops. All proceeds from this event will directly support BBCR’s mission to transform lives and strengthen the Carbon Valley community. Come and connect with your neighbors through a fun weekend of online bidding and programming while funding a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization!
The silent auction will begin at 5pm on Friday, November 13th with a welcome video streamed to BBCR’s Facebook page found at www.facebook.com/BrigitsBounty. From there you will be invited to transition to the auction website (again that’s www.32auctions.com/BBCR) to begin bidding on your favorite items! Throughout the weekend you can follow along on their Facebook page to view content that will help you get to know the organization better. Garden Goodies and BBCR Merchandise will also be available through their online shop (www.brigitsbounty.org/products) if you’d really like to show off your love for Brigit’s Bounty! The silent auction will conclude Sunday evening at 8pm on November 15th with a closing remarks video streamed to their Facebook page. Winners will be able to pick-up their items the following week in Frederick or have them delivered to their homes. Your support is greatly appreciated! Brigit’s Bounty’s ability to continue offering a low-cost summer camp and run the Giving Garden is a direct result of donor generosity. Mark your calendars now for November 13–15 weekend!