Press release from Communities that Care (CTC):
Oct. 2, 2020
Communities that Care (CTC) of Greater Downingtown and West Pharmaceuticals are thrilled to announce their upcoming virtual auction event. Taking place October 3 – 9, 2020, they will be hosting an online auction with a variety of different items for the public to bid on. The items up for bid include an autographed Aaron Nola baseball, themed gift baskets, limited edition artwork, a weekend stay at a gorgeous vacation retreat, even an experience for a child to become a police chief for the day at a local police department – there is truly something for everyone!
Those interested in participating in this virtual auction can visit: https://dtownctc.cbo.io and click the ‘Register Now’ button. By registering, you will be able to view all items that are up for bid and will receive alerts when new items are added. The online auction will begin on Saturday, October 3, 2020 and will conclude on Friday, October 9, 2020. You may register at any time during the auction.Thank you to all of our sponsors for their support with helping make this event a reality: West Pharmaceuticals, Marsh Creek Community Church, The UPS Store of Lionville, Cordasco Financial Network, James A. Cochrane Inc. Realtor, Miller’s Insurance, Sanare Today, United Tire, All Star Pediatrics, Bentley Systems, Lionville Natural Pharmacy, and The Wright Agency.
The theme for the event is 7 Days to Make a Difference: A Virtual Auction to Empower Youth to Make Positive Choices. Studies have shown that resilient youth are more successful at home, in school, and in the community. Resilient youth are better able to negotiate life challenges, withstand social and environmental pressures, and advocate for themselves and others. CTC of Greater Downingtown needs your help in providing community resources to support parents, teachers, and youth leaders who empower youth to reach their full potential!
CTC of Greater Downingtown is a collective of organizations, schools, hospitals, faith community, law enforcement, health care providers, human services, and local government using evidence-based prevention programs, policies, and resources to foster positive youth development, mental health, and prevent substance use. Visit our website at: www.dtownctc.org to learn more.
This press release was produced by Communities that Care (CTC). The views expressed here are the author’s own.