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2020 Annual (Silent) Auction

Mountain Meadows Monument Foundation, Inc.
September 2020
03:00 PM CDT
September 2020
09:04 PM CDT

2020 Annual (Silent) Auction

***WATCH NOW: A Special Message from MMMF President Phil Bolinger: https://youtu.be/LXr2uYz_1V0

Thank you for joining us for our favorite event of the year: the
Mountain Meadows Monument Foundation's Annual Auction. While this year's event won't be live, we think you'll still have a great time!

Our annual auction is a critically important fundraising opportunity for our foundation. MMMF’s accomplishments would not be possible without the dedication of our members and your continued financial contributions to our cause. Thank you for joining us and for your continued support. Enjoy the auction!


Shipping Rules & Making Payment

This year, we’re asking our auction item donors to take care of shipping items to winners. Bidding closes on Sunday, Sept 20 at 9pm Central. We will contact donors and winners once the auction has closed to facilitate shipping items. If you are unable to support shipping items, please email mmmfboard@gmail.com or call Phil Bolinger at 479-738-7060.

Making Payments for Winning Bids:
Due to our virtual circumstances, we’re offering multiple options to make your payments:

-Option 1: Pay for your winning items by credit card directly on the auction website page. Once you win, you will receive an invoice with payment instructions.

-Option 2: Mail a check or money order with the winning amount to:
7790 Chilson Road, Omaha, AR, 72662. (Note: Please do not mail cash.)


We welcome your generous donations! Even if you don't get the winning bid, you can still donate to our cause. Click on the green DONATE button in the upper right corner of this site. You can also go directly to our website's donation page to make a donation: https://mmmf.org.

About Mountain Meadows Monument Foundation, Inc.

The Mountain Meadows Monument Foundation is a non-profit corporation formed to preserve the historical integrity of the Mountain Meadows Massacre site in southwestern Utah—designated a National Historic Landmark in 2011. We represent both lineal and collateral descendants of the victims of the Massacre. We are committed to honoring the memory of the victims by working to protect the site from encroachment, abandonment, or neglect. We are similarly committed to ensuring unrestricted public access to the site and promoting a greater public awareness of its historical significance.

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