The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science Georgia Chapter Silent Auction
Benefiting the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation
Request for Donations
Donations should be new and unused*, in good condition, and valued at above $5
Donations do not need to be directly related to Medical Laboratory Science
*Used Medical Laboratory Textbooks/Study Guides/Image Atlases are acceptable and encouraged
Examples of items that will be available at the Silent Auction:
Custom Embroidered Kitchen Towels with Laboratory themed designs
Custom Embroidered Kitchen Apron with Laboratory themed design
Lab Week Ready to Play Games
Lab Week Prize Packs
New Bath Gift Set
Used Medical Laboratory Textbooks/Study Guides/Image Atlases
This list is not exhaustive, if you have something you would like to bring please do, this is a great time to declutter and help a wonderful organization at the same time!
Silent Auction: How it works
Every item in the silent auction will include a bid sheet which details the specifics of the item including the name, everything included, the estimated value, who donated it, and the starting bid
Everyone attending the meeting (including vendors and speakers) will be eligible to bid by using their designated bidding number located on their ASCLS Georgia bidding paddle.
The auction will be open during vendor breaks until 12:30 pm at which point the highest bidder will be the winner for each item. Payment will be accepted by cash, check, debit, or credit card at the registration table.
Due to the events immediately following the close of the auction (Student Forum Elections and the ASCLS Georgia award ceremony) winners may pay for their items up until the end of the meeting at 4:30 pm by taking the corresponding bid sheet and the item to the registration table. Payment will be accepted by cash, check, debit, or credit card at the registration table.
About the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation
The mission of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation is to make kids better today and healthier tomorrow through the philanthropic support of individual donors, charitable foundations and corporations.
Every day, lifesaving work happens at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta—from pediatric cancer treatments and organ transplants to fracture care and appendectomies.
The Children’s Foundation relies on volunteers in the hospitals and in the community. Each year, in-hospital volunteers donate more than 127,000 hours of their time and community volunteer groups raise millions for Children’s through fundraising activities and events.
As a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality pediatric care to the kids in our community, we depend on the generous support of donors to help uphold our mission and perform the work we do each day. We are grateful to all of our donors for their support.