About Our Auction
This auction will support future Dare to Dream Grant programs with Front Royal Women's Resource Center
Your support directly impacts the number of grants we are able to give each year.
We love supporting DREAMERS.... We believe in you!!
If you'd like to support our Dare to Dream grant, feel free to donate by using the "BUY NOW at $100" - this donation to our grant will also give you the item you are requesting as a gift.
Most of these items were donated by some of our past Dare to Dreamers - so THANK YOU!
The Dare to Dream program was founded in 1999 by founder JoEllen McNeal. The purpose of the grant is to provide women living in Warren County, 18 years and older, opportunities to move forward with their lives whether it be to continue their education, start or expand their business, buy a computer or provide a specific service to the community, etc.
About Front Royal Women's Resource Center
About The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center
The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1996 to provide a support network for women in Warren County. Through monthly networking meetings, yearly grant presentations, special events, email connections and program activities, we have forged a link between women in our community.
We have been funding dreams since 1999, and have given over $123,000 to local women in support of their dreams.
$25 Gift Certificate
Donated by Cadyn Speziale (2012 Grant Winner)
1 Aerial Yoga Class
Donated by Wildfire Yoga - Michelle Hamer (2019 Grant Winner)
Earrings - Golden Cat
Donated by Hannah Bement (2016 Grant Winner)
Gift Certificate for two workshops or art kits
Donated by Mary Cook (2020 Grant Winner)
Donated by Jen Avery (2019 Grant Winner)
Donated by Kate Fristoe (2019 Grant Winner)
Vintage Leather Jacket
Dare to Dream Committee - Suzi Gillette
Vintage Lenox Deviled Egg Platter
Donated by Joey Waters - Dare to Dream Committee
Votes For Women Jigsaw Puzzle - 500 piece
Voucher - $35 Off Any Code Ninjas Program
Donated by Kimmee Hancock (2019 Grant Winner)