NRWA Holiday Online Auction
Thursday, November 18th thru Friday, December 3rd
It’s time for the Nashua River Watershed Association’s annual Holiday Online Auction! Our team has been busy gathering and curating a delightful collection of items and services for our catalogue, photos here are just a sneak preview. We have Celtics basketball and UMass Riverhawks ice hockey tickets; holiday decor; artisan pieces from a hand-dyed silk scarf to wood turned bowls produced from a maple tree in Groton; locally roasted coffees and small-batch chocolates and granolas; vintage and fine jewelry; services from car detailing to chainsawing to bicycle tune-ups; antique and vintage china; indoor golfing, a kayak, and an antique canoe paddle; and much more.
The NRWA Holiday Online Auction launches on Thursday, November 18th at 5:00 a.m. at www.BiddingforGood.com/NashuaRiverWatershed. It’s fun, it’s convenient-- you can bid at any time, from anywhere--, and it’s important. The proceeds from our Holiday Online Auction support the vital work of the Association, to protect our water, our land, and our communities.
How can you help? When our auction launches, please take the time to browse our catalogue, find a great gift or something special for yourself, and place a bid. Encourage friends, family, and co-workers to participate too by sharing the link to our auction on launch day. A successful auction is based on great items, moreover, it’s about lively and active bidding. The more the merrier!
Watch for an email announcing the launch on the 18th, and join in the fun to support the work of the NRWA!
Photos top (left to right): Collection of children’s nature books, set of Wedgwood leaf and berry motif dessert plates, hand-dyed silk collage scarf with Sterling silver earrings, Celtics tickets, and chainsawing services.
Photos bottom (left to right): Hand-painted chickadee slate, Smokestack Roasters gift certificate, collection of Goodnow Farms chocolate, hand-embroidered pillow, and Babacool metal crow sculpture.
Please feel free to share this message with others who may be interested. Thank you!
NRWA is a non-profit organization supported by our members.