What is the Service Auction?
Every year, the Woodrow Wilson Action Committee (WWAC) hosts a Service Auction to raise funds for a local non-profit. The proceeds from this year’s auction will benefit the Isles Youth Institute, a non-profit in Trenton, New Jersey that supports at-risk youth to finish their education and become self-reliant.
What to expect on Service Auction Night?
The night includes both silent and live auctions, as well as an evening of food, drinks, celebration, and good company – friends, family, and significant others are all welcome! Past auction items have included: Ashanti mask from Ghana, Ole Smoky Mountain Moonshine, rock climbing lessons, and a "wicked awesome New England brunch experience."
Why is the Service Auction important?
The Service Auction is just one way for the students and faculty at the Woo, along with other Princeton graduate students, to come together in support of the nearby community and give back.
Admission is free, with suggested donation of $5 (includes 2 free raffle tickets)