Divine Child Catholic Schools hosts an auction annually as its largest fundraiser for the schools. The festive evening brings together hundreds of parishioners, school families, alumni and friends of Divine Child to raise funds in support of program and facility improvements at both the elementary school and the high school. Our guests will enjoy wonderful food, beverages, dancing and a chance to bid on a wide variety of items. Since the start of this annual tradition, the Auction has raised more than $3.1 million to benefit generations of Falcons. All proceeds will be used to enhance Divine Child’s standards of excellence in teaching, scholarships, student development and facilities. We are inviting you to be a part of this exciting event by advertising, donating an item, or becoming a sponsor.
SAVE THE DATE
Join us for the 29th annual
Divine Child Catholic Schools Auction
Saturday, March 7, 2020
We rely on the generous support of Sponsors to make our Auction a success. Sponsorship donations benefit the students and programs of Divine Child Catholic Schools. This is a wonderful opportunity for Divine Child families and/or business owners to support the Auction. To learn more about sponsoring the 2020 Divine Child Auction, contact Connie DiMarco at 313-216-0891 ext. 223.
Help make our auction a success! We are seeking unique and interesting auction items to raise funds for our schools. Have a timeshare, unique antiques, or season tickets? These are just a few things that you can donate. 100% of the proceeds raised in the live and silent auctions benefit our schools!
Contact Connie DiMarco at email@example.com or 313.216.0891 to discuss making a donation.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 28th annual Divine Child Catholic Schools Auction. Thanks to your generosity we were able to raise more than $144,030 to support our schools and drive excellence in education spiritually, academically, creatively and socially. Proceeds from the auction will fund the purchase of 82 new computers in the elementary school, technology upgrades in the high school and renovations to the high school home economics room.