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About Our Auction
When Hope for the First Nations hosted our first fundraising dinner last year in Chicago, we planned to make it an annual event.
Like everybody else, we’re getting creative this year to continue our work partnering with the people of the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. Our summer Hope Camp went online. Now our fundraiser is, too.
So mark your calendars for 9 a.m. Central Sunday, Nov. 29, to 9 p.m. Central Sunday, Dec. 6, for our first online silent auction, and get ready to bid on some unique items. Some of those items include a magnificent custom Christmas wreath, beautiful jewelry and other items made by Ojibwe artists and several resources we are constantly recommending to people who are interested in learning more about Native American culture, history and spirituality.
Along with the auction, you can bring your own dinner and join us for a #GivingTuesday virtual event at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, on our Facebook page, facebook.com/hftfn. Board members Ricky Smith, Amanda Docter and Emily Miller will talk about the significance of a number of items in the auction — and share some teachings and laughs along the way.
Not only can you cross off some of those gifts on your Christmas list, but also you can support our work partnering with the White Earth Nation.
About Hope For the First Nations
Partnering with the people of the White Earth Reservation, Hope for the First Nations is building unity through relationships with individuals in the community and sharing the love of Christ in culturally relevant ways.
Bedtime Story Basket
"Bowwow Powwow" book, sherpa blanket, stuffed puppy
Coffee Time 1
White Earth coffee mug and coffee
Coffee with Dragons
Autographed copy of "Dawn Before the Dark" and coffee
Fannie May Christmas Basket
Foodie Collection 2
Wild rice, tripleberry jam, coffee
Foodie Collection 3
Wild rice, apple butter, coffee
HFtFN Recommended Resource Basket
"One Church, Many Tribes" book, "Neither Wolf Nor Dog" book, SheNative leather keychain