Child Development Resources (CDR) held a successful and fun auction at Jamestown High School on Sunday, March 20, 2016, raising more than $161,000 for the agency. The 38th Annual Bid 'n Buy Auction brought more than 500 people together to raise funds for and support the babies and toddlers of the Williamsburg community. Volunteers, supporters, sponsors, and donors enjoyed a silent and live auction, family entertainment, activities, music, a food court, and more.
"We are really pleased with the community support we received at this year's auction," said Paul Scott, CDR's Executive Director. "The enthusiasm of our guests and supporters was overwhelming, and the support they showed for babies and toddlers with special needs, developmental delays, or other challenges made it clear that our community values its children, and wants to give them the best possible start in life."
CDR serves babies and toddlers to help ensure that all children, no matter what their developmental challenges, reach their full potential. To learn more about CDR, the agency's 50th anniversary, or to donate, visit 50th.cdr.org.
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