Caption: Just one of dozens of fabulous luxury items up for bid at this year’s Scotiabank Feast of Fortune silent auction. Treat yourself: bid now!
Submitted by St. Paul’s Foundation
Fans of the TV show “Parks and Recreation” know that “Treat Yo’ Self Day” is in October. But you can treat yourself TODAY by bidding on the fantastic treasures in the Scotiabank Feast of Fortune silent auction.
This year’s silent auction has something for everyone. Golf! Luxury staycations! Indulgent getaways to Naramata, Tofino, and Whistler. Compassionate self-care items. And some rare and unique wine and spirits including a 2001 Chateau Mouton Rothschild and a 2002 Chateau Lafite. Want to really treat yourself? Bid on both of these exceptional wines.
There’s a stunning limited edition print by Coast Salish artist Joe Wilson. Dior and Louis Vuitton handbags. Gift certificates. Jewellery. Books. Sports memorabilia. And more! Bidding is open right now and will close at 7:30 PM, February 25.
You could also treat yourself to a large cash jackpot with tickets for our first-ever 50/50 raffle. The more tickets you buy, the more chances you have to win!
The winner will be drawn at the Scotiabank Feast of Fortune virtual event on February 25.
Celebrate from home!
Get your tickets and be part of this fun-filled celebration. General admission is just $38 and a VIP ticket is $238. VIP tickets include a specially-curated goodie box delivered to your door anywhere in the lower mainland.
Every ticket includes a performance by sensational recording artist Fred Cheng, a lion dance, a traditional face changing show, and a demonstration of the fine art of noodle making. The event is virtual, so just purchase your ticket, don your coziest new year’s attire, and join us on February 25.
Remember as you’re bidding, buying 50/50 tickets, or donating, you’re supporting your patients, colleagues, and community as we bring the future of health care to new St. Paul’s at the Jim Pattison Medical Centre.
Treat yourself: bid now!
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