Photo: One of the auction items is this humorous signed lithograph print titles “Wonder of Wonders … Miracle of Miracles!” by famous Israeli cartoonist, Martin Holt.
Jewish War Veterans (JWV) Copper State Post 619 online auction “A Hand Up 4 Vets” will run Oct. 27 through Nov. 10. Funds from this auction will be used specifically to benefit homeless veterans in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
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“We are thrilled about the quality and uniqueness of our auction items,” shared ninety-year-old Owen Fabert, Auction Committee Chair and Post 619 Senior Vice Commander. “The participating organizations have really stepped up and given us a range of exciting special experiences and items. We really anticipate a great response from the community.”
There are more than 60 unique choices to bid on. Adventure experiences include a Cabo San Lucas Getaway, a NASCAR Driver for a Day and an AZ Commemorative Air Force flight on a WWII aircraft. A wide selection of sports and entertainment memorabilia will be offered including autographed Jim McMahon (Chicago Bears) and Kyler Murray (AZ Cardinals) helmets, and a Magic Johnson signed Lakers Jersey. Spice up your life with a Group Tequila Tasting Party or a foursome golf outing, including cart, at Legacy Golf Club in Phoenix. Enjoy Phoenix’s cultural scene with tickets to Arizona Theater Company, the Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Garden and a Family Membership to the Phoenix Art Museum. Shipping is included in all purchases.
Proceeds will go to veterans’ organizations that aid the homeless. These include Veterans First Ltd, preventing homelessness and stabilizing the lives of women veterans; MANA House, providing transitional living for homeless veterans; AZ Veterans Stand Down Alliance, providing resources for thousands of homeless and at-risk vets at annual events; and US Vets-Phoenix, providing housing and services for more than 1,200 homeless veterans annually.
Jewish War Veterans Copper State Post 619 is an all-volunteer organization, whose sole mission is to support hospitalized, homeless and at-risk veterans in need. The Post donates 100% of monies raised throughout the year to 501(c)(3) veterans’ organizations.