Payne-Phalen Fall Fundraiser 2021

START
14
September 2021
05:00 PM CDT
END
28
September 2021
07:15 PM CDT
RAISED
$1,497.00
GOAL $5,000.00
29.9% To Goal

About Our Auction

Does everything going on have you starting to feel like a basket case? It’s okay, we do too! And we’re here to help. We can’t have our annual meeting and auction in-person this year – so we’re taking it online. PPCC Board Members are always thinking about what’s up in communities, what you need, and how we can help. So, they’ve pulled together, stepped up, and gotten creative in thinking about what you might need right about now. Whether it’s a little self-pampering, a night off from cooking, or a little sparkle for you and your bubble – all of these items are sure to help with frayed nerves and get you feeling back to new again. Back to you again! Everything in our Fall Auction has been donated by our Board Members and by our wonderful local merchants. And all proceeds go back into our work of serving the diverse and vibrant communities of Payne-Phalen. So whether you need to lean-in, step-out, read-up, or just go a little crazy, there’s definitely something here for you. Take a look! Let’s get the bidding going. And don’t forget to tune in to our Annual Meeting when we’ll announce the winners: Tuesday night, September 28th at 6:30 on Zoom. Please join us for the fun and register by sending a note to district5@paynephalen.org. Thanks for helping us help you… and let’s have some fun!


About Payne-Phalen Community Council

The Payne-Phalen Community Council exists “To improve our neighborhoods by engaging, educating and empowering all residents in our diverse communities.” As one of 17 district councils in St. Paul, PPCC exists to engage the community in advancing physical, social and economic development within our neighborhoods and commercial areas. Our organization is committed to advancing equity, reducing disparities, and improving access to district, citywide, and regional planning activities. We’re a MN 501(C)3 non-profit, charitable organization with a voluntary, unpaid board of directors composed of 17 community members elected by neighborhood residents.
The work of the organization has recently been reorganized around four key themes: (a) Building relationships through active and continuous outreach; (b) Nurturing ideas and developing resources; (c) Running effective projects and programs; and (d) Operating the organization in a systematic, efficient, and effective manner.

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