Dignity Housing's 2016 Pre-Gala Auction

March 2016
12:00 PM EST
April 2016
09:30 PM EDT
GOAL $15,000.00
72.5% To Goal

About Our Auction

On Saturday, April 23, 2016, Dignity Housing is hosting a celebration to honor one of Philadelphia’s most important advocates for those living in poverty and homelessness, former Executive Director Beverly Roberts-Cruse. Beverly will be honored for her work toward alleviating poverty and homelessness through social program planning, public policy analysis, and advocacy. The Gala will formally introduce Dignity Housing’s new executive director, John Ungar, to friends, supporters and donors. It will also act as a fundraiser for Dignity Housing’s programs.

As a significant source of the evening’s proceeds will come from a silent auction, we've launched this Pre-Gala Auction website which allows you to bid on or buy items right now, or simply browse before the Gala. Some of our items include, Eagles tickets in a Premium Box provided by Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny and lunch with three former Mayors. Your contribution will help Dignity to defray some of the costs of hosting this event, allowing us to devote even more contributions to our ongoing work with homeless families and individuals.

About Dignity Housing

Dignity Housing is breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty that confronts low-income families and individuals in Philadelphia by providing affordable housing, promoting self-sufficiency, and creating opportunities beyond expectations. Dignity’s programs are specifically designed to meet the needs of clients, including residents with physical and mental health disabilities, histories of substance abuse, and victims of domestic violence. Dignity’s supportive services include: life skills development, health and wellness supports, education and workforce development, youth programs, and services for housing placement beyond Dignity. Established in 1988, Dignity Housing has demonstrated success in providing both affordable housing and quality social service supports to over 5,000 adults and children throughout Philadelphia.

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