Students in the Advanced Placement (AP) European History class are hosting an online auction from Thursday, June 10 through Sunday, June 13, 2021.
All proceeds will benefit the Cairo-Durham Backpack Program, which provides some of our elementary students with food during the weekends and school breaks, as well as the End Fund, an organization that provides resources to communities affected by tropical diseases in regions of the world that are typically underserved.
The auction is part of the students’ WE Service Learning project that focuses on poverty and the issues that stem from it.
Online Auction Details
The online auction begins on Thursday, June 10 and ends on Sunday, June 13, 2021. Many items up for auction were kindly donated by local businesses and individuals. People can preview items up until the start of the auction as new items are still being added.
Click here to visit the auction site. View items by using the drop down menu on the left. Examples of available items include a shiatsu massager and gift certificates to local restaurants, golf courses, beauty salons and more.
To place a bid, a free bidder account is required.
Payments can be made through Paypal on the auction site or by cash/check at pick-up (make checks payable to CDTA).
Winners will be contacted regarding the pick-up process after the auction.
About WE Service Learning Program
AP with WE Service combines college-level learning from the Advanced Placement® Program with WE’s service learning model to create an opportunity for AP students to apply their classroom work to the real world.
In the AP with WE Service program, students engage in service learning activities to strengthen their understanding of AP course content and skills, using what they’re learning to tackle real-life social issues.
The AP European History students participating in this project are Edward Kolodziej, Xxaria Makely, Amber Powell and Octavian Seebacher.