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Annual CDR Auction–March 18, 2012 Williamsburg VA

imageThe first Bid ‘n Buy Auction was held in 1978 and raised just over $2,000. Last year, the auction netted over $80,000, with all proceeds going to provide services for children with disabilities or those who are at risk for developmental delays in our community.

With your support of this year’s auction on March 18, CDR can continue to offer these services to all families who are in need.

Register online now to avoid waiting in line for your bid number.  Fill out the quick online form and your bid number will be waiting for you when you arrive. Just look for the "Pre-registered" sign at the registration desk.

Thank you for helping us help the children!

The live and silent auctions feature a variety of vacation packages, Trips/Getaways
Artwork, Children’s toys and games, Dining gift cards, Entertainment passes and tickets, Garden items, Jewelry, Sports items and tickets, Baskets galore, Pampering and Health, Household items, Automotive items and more.  there’s something for everyone!

View the auction catalog here

The event includes a food court featuring Croney Island Hot Dogs, and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, Kids Corner presented by Busch Gardens; and a raffle with exciting prizes

Date/ Time

March 18, 2012
Lafayette High School
4460 Longhill Road
Doors open 11:30 a.m

Free & Open to the Public

What is CDR
CDR is a nonprofit organization that provides services to young children and their families in Williamsburg, James City County, York County and Poquoson, and training for the professionals who serve them. Each year, CDR’s Infant and Toddler Connection touches the lives of over 1,000 children and families. Your support of the Annual Bid ’n Buy Auction helps CDR bring services to infants and toddlers who have disabilities or delays in their development or who are at-risk because of poverty or other circumstances.


CDR’s services help children make the most of their abilities and provide parents with the encouragement and support they need.

Funds raised through the Annual Bid ’n Buy Auction help CDR to provide home visits, special therapies, developmental play groups, parent groups, and quality, affordable child care in our community.

Directions to the Auction

Address:  4464 Longhill Road, Williamsburg, VA  23188

Click here for directions.

Doors open at 11:30 sharp! Bring the whole family as this is an event that is appropriate for all ages.


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