The Cabbage Patch 12th Annual Auction to benefit at-risk children and families of Louisville
On Thursday, Sept. 24, The Cabbage Patch Settlement House will host its 12th Annual Auction “Making History,” benefiting at-risk children and families in Louisville. The auction takes place at The Henry Clay (604 S. 3rd St.) and will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail reception and silent auction. At 7 p.m., the live auction will begin and dinner will be served. There will also be a full complimentary bar. A corporate table sponsorship can be purchased for $1,500. Individual event tickets are available for $125 each, or guests can purchase a table of 8 for $1,000. Tickets are available at http://cabbagepatch.org/special-events/purchase-auction-tickets/. The Cabbage Patch is grateful to the 2015 Annual Auction Presenting Sponsor, Brown-Forman.
The Cabbage Patch Annual Auction features mobile online bidding on select auction items. There will also be a Golden Ticket Raffle featuring $100 tickets that can win one lucky person their choice of one eligible live auction item (value approximately $3,000 or more). During the auction, guests will also have the opportunity to donate to the College Scholars Program, which provides college preparation, higher education funding and support to talented, motivated young people.
Just a few of the fantastic items up for bid at the 2015 Cabbage Patch Auction:
- Pappy Van Winkle bourbon package (To be available for online bidding)
- Saddle signed by the 2015 Kentucky Derby Jockeys, along with framed Derby photos (To be available for online bidding)
- Kentucky Bourbon Trail tour and tasting
- Victoria National ultimate golf package
About The Cabbage Patch
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House is a local, non-profit Christian organization whose mission is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth, and their families to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential. Established in 1910, The Cabbage Patch Settlement House serves approximately 1,000-1,200 at-risk children and their families annually through programs in the areas of recreation/youth development, educational programs, and counseling and family services. The Cabbage Patch is located at 1413 S. 6th St. in Old Louisville. The Cabbage Patch does not take government funding and is not a Metro United Way agency. As a privately funded charity, The Cabbage Patch relies entirely on contributions from individuals, organizations, churches, corporations, and foundations to meet the needs of those they serve.
For more information call 502-753-4421 or visit cabbagepatch.org.