The unique gift baskets, experiences, and sports memorabilia available in Youth First’s 18th Annual Passport to Adventure Virtual Auction will no doubt attract home, sports, and travel enthusiasts to bid and support Youth First’s mission to strengthen youth and families. The benefit auction also features artwork, jewelry, designer bags, home décor, and gift certificates for restaurants and services.
The annual fundraiser, presented by Edward Jones, will be live-streamed Thursday, June 18, at 7:00 pm CST from Youth First’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. It will feature a virtual auction with mobile bidding, a meaningful program, and an awards ceremony for youth who have benefited from Youth First’s programs and services. To begin bidding now or access the live stream on Thursday evening, go to youthfirstinc.org.
Fans of unique experiences, sports, music, and more will enjoy:
- Just Rennie’s Private Dinner Party with guests Don & Lori Mattingly
- An Azzip Pizza Lifetime Discount
- Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field Rooftop Experience
- Vacations – Fort Myers Beach condo, Las Vegas, Orlando and more
- Yankees Spring Training Inside Experience in Tampa in 2021
- West Baden Springs Resort & Golf Package
- Jayson Munoz Food Truck Party
- China Bistro Private Dinner Party
- Gift baskets and restaurant gift certificates
- Kate Spade, Coach, Tory Burch, and Michael Kors designer handbags, sunglasses, jewelry and much more for her!
- Family day trips and experiences
- Artwork and home decor
- Sports tickets and signed memorabilia
The 2020 Passport to Adventure Virtual Auction supports Youth First’s efforts to transform lives and strengthen young people and their families, resulting in more positive, productive citizens and a stronger, healthier community. The organization is best known for embedding Youth First Social Workers in 85 schools across 11 Indiana counties, along with family programs, community prevention coalitions, and strategies to prevent underage substance abuse.
During COVID-19, Youth First has deepened its commitment to cared-for kids. The organization has pivoted to deliver programs and services on virtual platforms and provide social and emotional resources to help families take care of their mental health. Even when school buildings closed in March, Youth First Social Workers continued to act as caring mentors and a lifeline of support to Indiana children.
For more information or to access Thursday’s live-streamed program, RSVP or place an online bid, please visitwww.youthfirstinc.org.