It’s Big Top week and this could be one of the best events yet! We are embracing the new format and are excited by the opportunity to show how community support is truly making a difference. Friday night you will get to meet the people that YOUR gifts directly support.
Read below for information to help you fully participate in the event:
- The live stream event will be Friday, February 19. It will start with a pre-show at 7:45 pm and the live event will be 8 – 8:30 pm. You can watch the live event via YouTube or FaceBook on Friday.
- The silent auction opens on Wednesday, February 17. No purchase is necessary to bid on the auction. You can pre-register for the auction by texting bigtop2021 to 243-725 or click here and sign up for a Free Virtual Event Ticket.
- You don’t have to watch the event to bid on the auction. Please invite your contacts to check out the auction, too!
- There are still Watch Party Host and Friends of Glenwood tickets available. Click here to purchase.
Proceeds from this event will support children with autism and other behavioral health concerns, along with their families. There are many ways you can help!
- Purchase a ticket as a Watch Party Host or Friends of Glenwood starting at $75.
- Invite your friends to watch and bid.
- Share on social media using #bigtop2021
- Make a donation at glenwood.org/donate or www.onebidpal.net/bigtop2021
- Text to donate by texting bigtop2021 to 44321
- Bid on the silent auction. Click here to register for a free ticket and view the auction when it goes live on February 17. You do not have to buy a ticket to bid on the silent auctions.
- Support one of our Fund-a-Needs listed as the first items in the silent auction
- Purchase a $10 opportunity to win a 2-for-1 package from Avani Rupa Fine Jewelers in Mountain Brook. $10 tickets can be purchased in the silent auction program. Package includes a pendant necklace featuring a princess cut black diamond surrounded by a halo of round white brilliant diamonds on 14KT white gold AND a gift certificate for a private party at their Mountain Brook location for up to 50 guests.