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About Our Auction
The 2018 SFari Silent Auction will be kicking off with an online pre-auction beginning at 10am on Friday, September 28 until 10pm on Wednesday, October 3.** All proceeds from this event will go directly towards EWB-San Francisco Professional Chapter's project teams to support their efforts in Haiti, Honduras, Fiji, Nicaragua, Kenya and ATDT (Appropriate Technology Design Team)!
We hope that some of you who may not be able to attend the SFari 2018 event will get a chance to bid on some of the exciting items up for auction. You can still contribute and support EWB-SFP's efforts even if you can't be here in person!
**PLEASE NOTE: This is a PRE-auction. This means that after the online bidding concludes, even your bid is currently highest this item will still be up for auction at the live event! If you really want something, buy it outright!
If you end up coming out on top...we will ship your winnings to you! We will contact you after the conclusion of SFari 2018 to coordinate.
About EWB San Francisco Professional Chapter
Engineers Without Borders - USA San Francisco Professionals (EWB-SFP) was established in September 2004 as the first professional chapter of EWB-USA. Our mission supports community-driven development programs worldwide through the design and implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while fostering responsible leadership.
We currently work with communities in Fiji, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Kenya, and Tanzania to deliver necessities such as clean water, clean energy, and sustainable agriculture. EWB-SFP also works at the local level, developing simple engineering solutions with the Appropriate Technology Design Team (ATDT) to be implemented in the field.
We have nearly 200 members and an even larger (3000+) Bay Area network. Our EWB-SFP community believes in our mission and work to:
Build capacity in developing communities through appropriate engineering solutions
Fundraise to provide equipment and supplies required for implementing our projects
Mentor Bay Area University chapters through project partnerships