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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

International Women's Day: Silent Auction Donation

The Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) with Women In Niagara Council (WIN) will be hosting the International Women`s Day celebration on March 8th, 2024. For the last several years, the annual luncheon has been a celebration of International Women`s Day and the achievements of women in the Niagara region and across the globe.

We are currently collecting prizes for a silent auction that will be taking place at the event. Proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to a bursary fund through Accelerate Civic Leadership — Leadership Niagara to provide leadership training for a woman in Niagara who would not be able to afford it otherwise.

We look forward to confirming your prize which will supporting women in developing their leadership skills. Our staff and volunteers will be happy to arrange the pick-up of the item. We look forward to hearing from you and trust we can count on your support on this International Women’s Day.


Social media information

Please share your social media handles with us, so that we can give you a shoutout online!

Donation information

For example: Gift basket, Gift Certificate, Matching Top and Necklace, etc.
Please describe the item, including details such as contents of gift basket, amount of gift card, colours or sizes of clothing…
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Please indicate when the item will be ready for pickup.
Pickup available now?
Please indicate if the pickup contact is different than the contact above.
e.g. Pickup between 5-8pm. Come to receiving. Item is fragile.

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