Auction Donations Sought

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The last two years of the pandemic have been a challenge to all fundraisers with limited 'real life' events. But Haddenham Community Junior School's PTA is back with in-person events, starting from 1st April and are looking for items which could be auctioned.

The first event is a quiz with over 120 parents from the school (the quiz is already sold out!), so the auction could provide great exposure for local businesses or organisations, with the business name & logo being shown on the auction list.

All proceeds from the auction will go to the PTA, which will allocate funding to school projects.

If you would like to donate an item to be auctioned, please contact the PTA on haddenhampta@gmail.com.

The PTA will be very grateful for any donations received.

Thank you!

Hannah Sheppard
on behalf of HCJS PTA

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