SCVTS Educational Foundation Hosts Online Silent Auction and Fundraiser for Annual Scholarships

By: Follow South Jersey Staff

Credit to: Salem County Vo-Tech Schools.

WOODSTOWN, N.J. — The SCVTS Educational Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign to raise money for scholarships in lieu of its annual dinner and silent auction.

SCVTS Principal Jason Helder appears in a video (embedded below) explaining the Educational Foundation’s mission to provide scholarships for students in need.

The SCVTS Educational Foundation raises money annually for student scholarships and to support its “Needy Student Fund.” Because of the pandemic, the foundation was unable to hold its Silent Auction and Fundraising Dinner this year. However, the needs of the foundation’s students still exist, especially during this turbulent time. It is asking for members of the community to support the scholarship fundraising efforts for the Class of 2021 by donating directly or by participating in its online silent auction.

The school has put together a promotional video to explain to stakeholders how things are going at the school, and show off some of the students who may benefit from the scholarship funds being raised this week.

The foundation hopes to have a successful fundraiser so it can continue to fund scholarships for local students. Even if you are not able to donate, you could help out by simply sharing the links to the silent auction and donation pages (see below). More information can be found on the foundation’s website and Facebook page.

To make a donation toward the SCVTS Educational Foundation’s fundraising efforts, click here.

To participate in the online silent auction, which will run until Sunday, May 23 at 10:00 p.m., click here.


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