De La Salle Auction
On behalf of the entire De La Salle community, thank you so much for your support of our first-ever, online auction. While we had to shift our approach given these trying times, we are humbled by your generosity and the strength of our incredible community. The Blue Jean Ball was a great success, and we couldn’t have done it without each and every one of you!
So many contributed - those that donated auction items, our bidders, generous donors that supported the Brotherhood Fund, and everyone who converted their event ticket purchases to donations - you all made a huge difference in the lives of our students.
At this time, we would like to express tremendous thanks to our sponsors for their support of The Blue Jean Ball and their help with the transition to an online event:
Scholarship Sponsors: The Casillas Family, Jill Fusari, Realtor-The Agency, The Seeno-Miles Family
Brotherhood Sponsors: Pat and Laura Lencioni, Ron and Robyn Pawlo, Montano & Associates International Investigations
We would also like to thank our auction committee: Caroline Buckley P ’15, ’18, Monica Byers P ’20, Jill Cabeceiras P ’23, Christina Harney P '22, Lynne Kenny P ’21, Liz Mechelke P ’21, ‘24, Liz Reardon P '22, Kerry Seastrand P ’20, ’24 and Renee Semany P ’22. Thank you all so very much for your time and efforts to make this event such a success.
While we are still tallying our final numbers, we’re excited to share that we exceeded our goal and raised more than $105,000 through this online event!
Thank you again for your support and we look forward to seeing many of you in the near future!
In the Spirit of Saint John Baptist de La Salle,
Vice President for Advancement
Messages From Our Spartans
Your participation and support for our online auction benefits all students and their taking part in the wide breadth of co-curricular programs that De La Salle has to offer. Watch a special message (click the auction image above) from Brandon Crawford from the Class of 2021 about how he is taking advantage of the many opportunities at De La Salle, and his thoughts on how the school has responded to distance learning amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic.