About Our Auction
Funds raised from shopping at our Waldorf Wonder Auction go to support public Waldorf education at Sebastopol Charter School through the school's fundraising entity, The Charter Foundation.
Maui Raffle Tickets!!
$25/ticket - purchase as many as you like for a chance to win a 5 night stay in an ocean view, 2 bedroom condo on MAUI!
Please contact us at email@example.com to make a purchase.
You can also reach out by phone at 707-824-8430
Purchase raffle tickets in person during office hours & at the Gala or call the CF office at (707) 824-8430 to ask questions or make an appointment to purchase tickets.
This item can not be purchased online due to CA raffle regulations.
Raffle ticket sales will close at 3:30pm on Friday, Dec. 8th. The winning ticket will be pulled on Monday, Dec. 11th.
If you'd like to give towards the Charter Foundation's GENERAL auction income that are used to annually grant Sebastopol Charter School funds for what it needs most to educate current and future students, use the green "Donate" button on the top of this page!
About The Charter Foundation
The Charter Foundation is the fundraising organization for Sebastopol Charter School, a Public Waldorf charter school in Sebastopol, California. Established by the school’s founders in 1996, the Foundation is charged with the mission of establishing and supporting a permanent, Public Waldorf charter school. Since that time the Charter Foundation has provided facilities for the School, bolstered teacher salaries and student programming, while also saving for and completing the acquisition and construction of our unified school site.
SHOP TODAY to contribute towards our continued work supporting Public Waldorf Education in Sonoma County, and/or make a straight financial donation towards our current need for a structure to protect students from the sun or rain while waiting to be picked up !
The Charter Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public nonprofit corporation. Federal Tax ID 94-3314538. We use the funds we raise to cover the gap in expenses between what the state provides and what it costs to maintain our school's facilities, hire high quality faculty, and implement the meaningful Waldorf programming that makes up our curriculum.
For 28 years, hands-on learning in the arts, music, and movement have helped our students to flourish, and our recent move to a 20 acre campus promises a bright future for our school. All of these efforts were made possible by the dedication of our past and present families and extended business community.