Celebrate the Children – October 27, 2018


Juliette’s House just marked our 20th year of providing child abuse intervention and prevention services at no cost to abused and at-risk children and their families.   It also marks the 24th year of our annual auction fundraiser.  What began as a way to create Juliette’s House has become one of the ways in which we sustain Juliette’s House and give the community an opportunity to be part of the fight against child abuse and neglect. Last year’s auction raised $100,000!

Funds raised at our annual auction help us fulfill our core mission — medical and forensic assessments of children for suspected child abuse – and offer services and support to help children and families start the process of healing.  They help families access counseling and community resources to help with recovery, allow us to offer support groups and a play therapy clinic, and make it possible for us to continue to work towards preventing child abuse through our “Prevention Arc” of in-school classroom workshops for pre-school through middle school and adult  prevention programs.


We have several sponsorship levels, including a new “Presenting Sponsor” opportunity.  Click on “2018 Sponsor Agreement” below to learn what sponsors receive for their gifts, and select the level of participation that works best for you.   You can complete the Sponsor Agreement and mail it to us with your check, or donate online through this website.  In addition to sponsoring, you might consider donating an item or service for our Live or Silent Auction, or wine for our popular Wall of Wine.  Whatever you can give and however you wish to participate is appreciated.  Perhaps you and some friends would even like to attend the auction and enjoy a fun evening with great food and wine, music and more.  It is one of the best parties in town!

Thank You For Helping Us Make Hope Happen

2018 Sponsor Agreement

Purchase Tickets to Celebrate 2018

For more information on how you can contribute to Celebrate the Children, please contact:

Francine Fiore
Development Director