These gala catalogs will be adored by you and your auction committee.
About once a year, I find myself with an inventory of extra auction catalogs. I release them to make space in my office.
I call each collection a “Catalog Carnival.”
Each package I send is like mini carnival of auction ideas you can use in your event.
I really enjoyed this package. I was interested in what others were doing, as here in Nebraska you can go to any charity auction and see the same thing.
This was like a Pinterest of auction ideas, in old school-style (flipping pages)! It’s neat to see the different types of booklets and their goals for their auction. We’ll be using some of these ideas.
Christ Lutheran School (Norfolk, NE)
This is a low-cost way to experience well-organized galas by “peeking through the window” of top-producing fundraising auctions — without buying the $250 event ticket and spending travel dollars to fly to the city.
(Forget wearing an evening gown. You’ll “attend” these events in your yoga pants.)
Whether you live in Boise or Baton Rouge, explore auction items, timelines, layouts, raffles, and activities from some of the quality auction catalogs and programs I’ve saved from ballroom tables and floors across the country.
I loooooooved these catalogs!
My husband was laughing at me. He saw how excited I got when I received my package. He said that I looked like I was opening up a surprise birthday present. There was so much great information and I’ve been leafing through them more than once since I got them.
They arrived promptly, your notes were perfect (and were a very nice bonus) and I got a lot of ideas that I’m sharing with my team.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Keep sharing your auction love. It sets you above all others.
Prospect Sierra School (Oakland, CA)
It’s a win-win:
- You get 10 benefit auction catalogs filled with juicy ideas from great galas.
- I regain some shelf space.
The modest fee includes postage. Each package will be delivered via priority mail into your hot hands.
BUT WHEN THEY’RE GONE, THEY’RE GONE.
Gala Chairs use catalogs like these to research fresh ideas.
You’ll see …
- unusual auction items
- well-written item descriptions
- how to handle item values
- new themes and design ideas
- catalog layouts
- unusual raffles and prizes
- benefit auction rules and structure
- creative advertising revenue
- sponsor recognition
- smart revenue programs
(Sorry, I can’t ship to Virginia residents.)
To be upfront, these are used gala catalogs saved from the garbage heap. They might be a little dinged up. You might notice a splash of wine or a torn corner.
But even with these little dents and scratches, the catalogs are 100% useful.
Place your order today before the doors close on this limited time sale.
Keep in mind — I do not “produce” these materials. When I’m sold out, I’m sold out. These are released only when I have excess inventory beyond what is needed for my own purposes.