Silent Auction/Live Auction

Check out the ever growing list of our Silent Auction items HERE! There will be opportunities to bid on items during the Gala. This is a wonderful opportunity for our congregants and guests to support the Gala’s fundraising goals and special projects.
Preview our Live Auction items below and full descriptions HERE!
  • Dinner for 10 at the Raskins. Bid on the opportunity to share a special shabbat dinner for up to 10 guests hosted at the home of Rabbi Adam and Sari Raskin. Gather your friends and family for an unforgettable evening filled with tradition, warmth, and delicious food! Starting bid: $500
  • Custom Abstract Painting by Rabbi Simmons. Bid on the opportunity to have Rabbi Simmons create a custom piece of abstract art for you. The winner can choose the colors and canvas size (up to 2' X 2'), and she will paint an acrylic on canvas piece of art just for you! Check out her original work hanging in her office and on her Instagram page. Starting bid: $500
  • Steamboat Springs Getaway. Bid on this 7-night stay at a 4 bedroom, 3 bath condo. Beautifully furnished and decorated with a full kitchen, and hot tub/pool on premises. Great for a family or even two! Walking distance to ski slopes, shopping, biking and hiking trails, and more activities at the base of the mountain. Starting bid: $1500
  • Ultimate Golf Experience. Get ready to tee off on the ultimate golf weekend for group of four in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Enjoy a 3-night stay at a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom "DogDen" house, two rounds of golf per person, and access to the Pinehurst Resort & Spa. Starting bid: $1500
After the Gala's fundraising goal is reached, any surplus funds will be dedicated to three wonderful projects at Har Shalom.  
The Playground:  As Har Shalom’s schools and young family engagement continue to expand, our outdoor play spaces need upgrades and repairs. Please help us ensure that our children have a beautiful and safe space to play!
The Religious School's (HSRS) Inclusion Program:  New this year, Har Shalom’s Religious School introduced an Inclusion Program, the first of its kind in our area, to allow families with children of varying developmental needs to find a Jewish home. Thanks to start-up funding from the Holly Amsterdam Fund, this program supports a self-contained class, provides support to our students in the general classrooms, and offers professional development for our teachers to support the varying needs of our students. We are excited to see this program continue to grow to provide Jewish education for all our children.
Check out Washington Jewish Week's December 2023 article about the inclusion program here: A Sense of Inclusion at Har Shalom
Going Green: Ensuring the sustainability and longevity of Har Shalom, as we look forward to our 60th anniversary in 2025, one area of focus will be “going green.” A long-term goal will be installing solar panels on the roof--a move that will be good both for the planet and reducing Har Shalom's energy costs
If you have an item that you’d like to donate to the raffle or live auction, please reach out to Ryan Munitz [email protected] (609) 213-6818 or Mikki Ashin [email protected] (301) 526-9797.
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