Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction to Host a Let’s Meet for Coffee Event at the Lakes Region Chamber on April 5 from 8 to 10 a.m.
LACONIA— The Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction will host a Let’s Meet for Coffee event on April 5 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Lakes Region Chamber.
This casual morning coffee gathering will offer members of the public a chance to meet board members and members of the Auction’s Community Engagement Committee and learn more about the Auction’s mission to engage the community to financially support local children and families in need.
“The Auction offers many opportunities for people to get involved, or you can just come to the event to learn more and build connections,” said Executive Director Jennifer Kelley.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3FkmVQW or contact Kelley at Jenn@ChildrensAuction.org.
In the past 41 years, the Auction has distributed roughly $8 million to nonprofit organizations in the community.
Learn more about the Auction at www.childrensauction.org, or follow the Children’s Auction on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
About the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction
The Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction holds numerous fundraising events in central New Hampshire throughout the year, including a cornerstone event every December. Countless volunteers and donors have turned the Auction and its many fundraising events into a major annual campaign, incorporating the Community Challenge. In the 41 years that the community has come together for the Auction, an impressive $8 million has been raised and awarded to local nonprofit organizations, all through volunteer efforts, community donations, and corporate sponsorship. The Greater Lakes Region Charitable Fund for Children is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps community organizations in the Central New Hampshire region. For more information about the Auction, the nonprofits it supports, and how you can help, visit ChildrensAuction.org.