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Henry Ford Hospital West Bloomfield Presents ORT Michigan’s annual WINGO (Women’s only BINGO) fundraiser to be held virtually on Thursday, November 5th. This high energy “girls-night in” attracts 400 ladies of all generations from Walled Lake to Bloomfield Hills, from Birmingham to Huntington Woods.
Women play 10 rounds of BINGO, with prizes valued at $100 or more, including cash and gift cards. Also, women enjoy a fabulous silent auction with a diverse selection of items, and 30 raffles with highly desired prizes.
PREVIEW will BEGIN on Wednesday, October 28th at 4:00 p.m.
BIDDING will BEGIN on Sunday, October 18th at 10:00 a.m.
BIDDING will END on Wednesday, October 21st at 10:00 p.m.
You must register to preview and bid, but registration is FREE. If you have not yet registered, click here.
CURBSIDE & VIDEO APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE TO VIEW AUCTION ITEMS:
If you would like to see any art piece up close, you can schedule a CURBSIDE VIEWING APPOINTMENT at the ORT office parking lot in Bloomfield Hills, MI or arrange for a VIDEO CALL by contacting the ORT office at 248-723-8860.
AUCTION ITEM PICK-UP INFORMATION:
All BINGO, raffle prizes, and any silent auction items that you win will be available for curbside pick-up at the ORT office parking lot in Bloomfield Hills the week of Monday, November 9th through Friday, November 13th from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Please contact the ORT office in advance to let them know when you will be there so that staff can have your prize(s) and/or auction items ready to be distributed.
Co-Chairs: Emily Korotkin; Lisa Rothberger; Kara Schuchman
Planning Committee: Meredith Gannes Alves; Andrea Bellen; Carole Benezra; Lori Brand; Fawn Chayet; Jill Dones; Traci Feldman; Lindsey Fox-Wagner; Jenny Glass; Marla Golnick; Claudia Halpern; Julie Hirsch; Ilene Kahan; Carol Kellman; Hannah Kessler; Lisa Labelle; Joy Levran; Debbie Lippitt; Paula Lynn; Dana Marcus; Julie Marx; Leigh Moss; Liz Rosen; Emily Rosenberg; Sarah Rosenzweig; Stephanie Saal; Carly Sanfield; Miry Serlin; Robbie Sherman; Sylvia Sherman; Jennifer Teper; Lauren Topor
MORE ABOUT ORT:
ORT is one of the largest non-governmental education organizations in the world, whose network of schools and training programs provides students living in under-resourced communities with a high quality education and marketable job skills so they can enter in-demand professions and lead self-sufficient productive lives. Founded in 1880, it has always been ORT’s mission to help level the playing for students.
Proceeds from this year’s ORT and the City Art Auction will support ORT’s Return to Learn Campaign to ensure that students have all the resources, technology, and support they need to continue with their studies via a distance learning platform while school buildings are closed due to the current pandemic.
To learn more about ORT, click here.