LEXINGTON, Ky. — The CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations “Evening of Hope” Virtual Silent Auction will go live Thursday, June 9 at 6 p.m. with 180 individual items worth over $65,000 and will end Saturday, June 18 at 9:30 p.m. The auction is part of “Evening of Hope”, a fundraising event to benefit cancer patients and their families.
During the June 18 Evening of Hope, Kentuckians across the state will fundraise for dinner, mission time and inspiring stories of hope. The virtual silent auction plays an important role in the event to raise funds for local cancer patients and their families. In 2021, the event raised over $360,000; the goal this year is $400,000.
“Hosts and those who participate in our silent auction help us make a meaningful difference in the lives of our cancer patients and their families,” said Leslie Smart, President, CHI Saint Joseph Health Foundations. “Support for Evening of Hope will directly benefit patients being treated for cancer at all CHI Saint Joseph healthcare facilities.”
Evening of Hope auction items include week-long vacations to the South of France, Cabo San Lucas and St. Pete Beach in Florida, season tickets for the 2022-23 season for men’s basketball from Kentucky, a one-year membership at Lexington Tennis Club, a tour of Lux Row Distillery, the Ultimate Maker’s Mark Experience courtesy of Maker’s Mark, six-person suites at the 2022 Keeneland Fall Meet, and a tour of Runnymeade Farm courtesy of Brutus Clay and Runnymeade Farm, baskets of wine, baskets of specialty bourbon and a warfront halter belonging to the legendary Danzig stallion, a set of bracelets in sterling silver and 14k yellow gold crafted handmade by VAHAN Jewelry, and a 50-inch LG TV, among others. To bid on silent auction items, scan the QR code or click this link to register.
To bid on the silent auction, visit EOH2022.ggo.bid.
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