Raise awareness during November, Homeless Youth Awareness Month with a two week long silent online auction and open house dinner with music, food and ofcourse information about the way to spread awareness.
Online Auction: November 3rd to 17th, 2021
Dinner: November 17th, 2021
Raise awareness for the 1,400 local Homeless Children in Yavapai County. Alongside the consequences of youth homelessness from mental health problems, substance use, victimization and criminal activity, unsafe sexual practices, to educational and employment barriers with these issues furthering into adulthood.
Local Musicians Featured!
Resturants fully-catered meals!
Hear from the community we are supporting and others working to run our community resources!
Find out more once you arrive!
Find your ideal auction item and attend the event dinner with music and testimonies of action.
Starting right at 12 AM on November 2nd until 6:30 PM on November 17th.
Join the fun now from Jeep tours, Disney Vacations to Spa Days!
Join the event and raise awareness for the homeless local youth, while spreading the news of your support.
**Let us know below what you are interested in donating and we will have someone reach out***
All in-kind and monetary donations on behalf of companies and individuals are welcomed. Review our Sponsorship packet below.
Improve the community by supporting locally and encouraging other locals to get involved to support a neighborhoood issue.
We also would invite businesses to continue throughout the year with us among their Corporate Volunteer Program!
Save a Child, Saves a Generation.
Every child being able to heal or grow in a loving and stable home mitgates form of mental health problems, substance use,
victimization and criminal activity, unsafe sexual practices, and barriers to education and employment. These problems further burdening society with the cost of finding ways to take care of these youth now and further into adulthood.
The Homeless Youth Awareness Auction will be inviting youth and homeless nonprofits alike to join in, local schools, businesses and community funded programs to continue to bring awareness. The targeted number of attendees for the auction and dinner will be about 200.