2021 Community Service Reverse Auction
Every year the AAGD Community Services Committee gives back by utilizing our member's services to renovate and create a functional environment for organizations across the Greater Dallas Metroplex. Together, we have donated large interior and exterior renovations to women’s shelters, homeless shelters, food pantries, and children’s services.
To simplify the process of finding AAGD members to donate/discount their supplies and services to the project, AAGD is hosting a Reverse Auction.
Our 2021 partners have received grant money for renovations. We want to work to stretch these dollars to their full potential by having our members discount or donate their supplies and services to the project. Below we have divided the needs of these organizations into small projects. Please review the scopes and find a way your company can donate supplies and/or labor. Get together with your industry partners and help us as we lower the cost for the needs at both of these organizations.
We will host a virtual LIVE auction for our members to bid as participants.
Before The Auction
- Review the project scope for each organization.
- Find the project your company would donate or discount the supplies and/or labor.
- Find another member that would work with your company or donate the project - form a coalition!
- Pre-Register for the Auction.
- Sign On To Virtual Auction.
- Wait for the project you planned to donate or submit a discounted bid.
- When bidding opens for your project, get prepared to bid down the cost. The bid will begin at market value.
- Submit reduced-cost bids for the project until a member wins the project.
(ex. Bidding starts at $12,000. First bid is for $11,000, next bid is $10,000, etc.)
THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION
The mission of Jonathan’s Place is to provide a safe place, loving homes, and
The Emergency Shelter provides residential care and specialized services to newborns and children up to 18 years old. We are the only organization in Dallas County that provides residential services to children under the age of 5. While at Jonathan’s Place, each child receives medical and dental exams, developmental, psychological assessments, weekly individual and group therapy and is enrolled in school.
Our Foster Care & Adoption program recruits, trains and supports foster and adoptive parents. Case managers work to place children into a Jonathan’s Place foster home that is qualified to meet the individual needs of that child. Should a child become eligible for adoption, we provide a continuum of care for the child and their adoptive family.
The Girls Residential Treatment Program provides a home for girls between the ages of 10 – 18, who are in need of therapeutic residential care and specialized professional services. These girls have experienced neglect, abandonment, physical, emotional and sexual abuse. The Girls Residential Treatment Program is the only licensed residential placement option of its kind in Dallas County.
The Safe Place program is a national outreach and runaway prevention program designed to educate middle and high school-aged children about abuse and provides immediate help and safety to youth in crisis.
Our Transitional Living Program (TLP) is for young women aging out of foster care between the ages of 17 – 23. It includes provisions for safe housing and service components that provide for mental & physical health, education and improved well-being.
Jonathan’s Place can play a critical role in addressing the unmet, specialized needs of child sex trafficking victims. Jonathan’s Place cares for these youth through our RESET (Restoring and Educating Survivors to Empowerment and Transformation) Emergency Shelter and/or placement into a RESET Long-Term Therapeutic Foster home. Each program includes trauma-informed therapeutic services as well as life skills, medical, legal and educational services.
Buckner International is a ministry dedicated to the
transformation and restoration of the lives we serve.
Buckner is an international ministry that transforms the lives of vulnerable children, enriches the lives of senior adults, and builds strong families through Christ-centered values. Our values are reflected in our Statement of Faith.
Buckner does not unlawfully discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or genetic information when making employment decisions or when providing services to its clients.
Buckner housing programs for vulnerable children, families, campers and seniors comply with all applicable state and federal Fair Housing laws including the Fair Housing Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and the applicable implementing regulations.