CASP End of Summer Auction

Community Asylum Seekers Project
September 2023
At Midnight EDT
September 2023
11:45 PM EDT
GOAL $10,000.00
64.6% To Goal

About Our Auction

Say goodbye to summer and a few dollars for a great cause! The Community Asylum Seekers Project’s (CASP) End-of-Summer Online Auction is happening September 5-19 with auction items that you definitely do not want to miss out on! Whether you live in Vermont, love to visit, or are just a big fan of the green mountain state, there are items from iconic and beloved farms, businesses, restaurants, resorts, and artisans.

Funds raised from the auction will support Brattleboro-based CASP provide critical services, basic needs, and community for individuals and families seeking a life free from violence, persecution and torture. Help continue to make Vermont a welcoming place for everyone!

We are grateful for our friends and auction sponsors 802 Credit Union, Brattleboro Savings & Loan, and The Richards Group.

Check out CASP's mission and critical work for asylum seekers: Contact us at, 802-579-1509.

About Community Asylum Seekers Project

Founded in 2016 and based in Brattleboro, VT, the Community Asylum Seekers Project (CASP) is a leading organization in Southern Vermont that provides critical services, basic needs, and community for individuals and families seeking asylum in the U.S. Since its founding, CASP has offered direct services to asylum seekers from Latin America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa seeking a life free from violence, persecution and torture, as well as reunification with loved ones. We partner with state and nationwide immigration justice movements and elected officials to advocate for asylum seekers’ rights and dignity.

CASP seeks to reduce the struggles and stresses that asylum seekers face every day by improving access to food, shelter, healthcare and other daily needs as they resettle in our community, as well as assistance in navigating the complex asylum claim process with the help of dedicated legal teams. We host educational events and workshops about migration justice and trauma to facilitate increased public understanding and awareness about asylum seekers and their lived experience.

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