San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
"Bidding for Justice"
C4RJ's 4th Annual Auction
The time has come! From June 8-19, C4RJ will be auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to bid on to raise support for our organization. The online bidding starts on June 8th at www.BiddingForGood.com/CommunitiesForRestorativeJustice. (See #3 below to register as an online bidder.) Then, on June 19th from 6-8 pm, we'll host our first live silent auction to round out a few of our more exciting items on the docket. Register here for a spot at that live event.
And here are other ways you can help our effort:
1. Donate items. We're looking for sports tickets, arts and entertainment opportunities, restaurant dining, other group classes or services in the region. If you have an item to donate, contact Anne Rarich, Auction Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Sponsor the event. Want a little cross-promotion with your market base? Place your company's logo and company link on our website, newsletter (circulation 4,000), online auction site, and at our final auction event. Show how committed you are to worthy community efforts like C4RJ! If you're interested, contact Di Clymer at email@example.com.
3. Register to bid...and then bid! Follow all the updates and new items available at www.BiddingForGood.com/C4RJ. Click on "Register to Bid" at the top of the page (you can register well before the auction opens on June 9). Then watch all the excitement unfold and jockey for your position as the lead bid.
4. Come to our Live Auction event. Register at this site. The event is free. We'll have wine, beer, refreshments, good cheer and lots of excitement in store. Tell your friends!
Thanks for your support of our work. We couldn't do it without you! Questions? call 978.318.3447.
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Communities for Restorative Justice
Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is a nonprofit community-police partnership that offers restorative justice to those affected by crime. Our “circle” process recognizes that crime is a violation of people and relationships, not just a violation of law. Those affected by the crime assemble to explore the harm and work on repair where possible. C4RJ took its first case in 2000 and has offered restorative justice in hundreds of cases in the region. Referrals include adults and youth who are facing criminal charges such as breaking and entering, assault and battery, larceny (e.g., shoplifting), vandalism, illegal substances, and trespassing. Victims include merchants, neighbors, peers of the offender, and institutions such as schools, towns, businesses, or places of worship. C4RJ is driven by scores of trained volunteers, is guided by a 13-member board, and employs an executive director and support staff. Learn more about C4RJ’s work and history at www.c4rj.com.