Last call for silent online auction items to benefit Godwit Days – Redheaded Blackbelt
This is a press release from Godwit Days:
The Godwit Days 2021 virtual festival ended on April 18. The 13 free sessions offered were experienced and appreciated by many. Over 400 people signed up, with registrants from 13 states!
The non-profit organization Godwit Days thanks those registrants who donated cash before, during and after the festival. The event will take place from May 28 to June 6. The festival must continue to fundraise so it can return in 2022 with a full-fledged in-person event to celebrate its silver anniversary.
Thus, Godwit Days solicits donations of new or “slightly used” goods, as well as personal services. Articles on the subject of birds or nature are particularly sought after. May 1 is the target date for donations. Items may include artwork and photographs, books (coffee table type), clothing and accessories, food and beverages, gift certificates, home decor, jewelry, household items. exterior, pottery and glass, as well as toys and games. Or donors can create an “experience”, such as teaching a class, leading a trip, cooking dinner, providing getaway / camping space, or any other special talent or opportunity they may offer!
The names of donors will be attached to their items on the auction website, unless donors prefer to remain anonymous. Donors will be listed as festival supporters at www.godwitdays.org. Donations are tax deductible.
Godwit Days will take care of picking up donations in the Humboldt Bay area that are worth at least $ 20 or that can be grouped into sets for an auction valued at at least $ 20. Contact Alex Stillman at [email protected] or (707) 845-3900 to donate to Godwit Days. If you would prefer to donate to the Redwood Region Audubon Society, contact Gary Friedrichsen at [email protected] or (707) 496-6581. Potential donors who have general questions should contact Sue Leskiw at [email protected].