Annual Auction

Overview

Auction

Country Day's Annual Auction is a significant source of revenue as well as an entertaining evening for the ever-increasing number of attendees. The net proceeds raised at the Auction are used for general operating expenses.

The Auction is run entirely by parent, faculty, staff, and student volunteers with administrative guidance from the Advancement Office. Items for bid are donated by businesses, parents, students, alumni, alumni parents, and faculty, and bids range from $5 to $5,000 and more. The big dollar items are often creative dinners and/or trips, and are bid on jointly by three, four, or even five couples.

Stay tuned for more information about our next auction on May 2, 2020.

Auction 2019 

Country Day's 42nd Annual Auction, A Night in the Caribbean, was held on campus on May 18, 2019, and hosted close to 300 guests eager to bid on gift items, getaways, and certificates during this festive evening.

Thank you to 2019 Auction co-chairs Lainie Josephson and Michelle Kessel-Harbart and our generous sponsors.

 

Country Day’s Annual Auction is a significant source of revenue as well as an entertaining evening for the ever-increasing number of attendees. The net proceeds raised at the Auction are used for general operating expenses.

The Auction is run entirely by parent, faculty, staff, and student volunteers with administrative guidance from the Advancement Office. Items for bid are donated by businesses, parents, students, alumni, alumni parents, and faculty, and bids range from $5 to $5,000 and more. The big dollar items are often creative dinners and/or trips, and are bid on jointly by three, four, or even five couples.

Stay tuned for more information about our next auction on May 2, 2020.

Auction 2019 

Country Day’s 42nd Annual Auction, A Night in the Caribbean, was held on campus on May 18, 2019, and hosted close to 300 guests eager to bid on gift items, getaways, and certificates during this festive evening.

Thank you to 2019 Auction co-chairs Lainie Josephson and Michelle Kessel-Harbart and our generous sponsors.