Contribute to the Silent Auction at MiOTA's Annual Conference
The Friends of Occupational Therapy in Michigan PAC (FOOTIM-PAC) will return to having a Silent Auction as part of the onsite portion of the MiOTA Fall Conference in Grand Rapids, October 6-8, 2022. This event supports the activity of the Advocacy committee in legislative and regulatory issues impacting occupational therapy throughout the state. You can help to make this exciting part of Conference a success by donating items to be auctioned.
You may bring the items to conference or mail them with delivery prior to September 29, 2022, to:
Denise Justice, 32449 Washington St, Livonia, MI 48150.
Please include the FOOTIM-PAC In-Kind Silent Auction Donation Form.
Items will be displayed starting Thursday, October 6th in the afternoon with the final bidding to be completed during the Alumni Event on Friday, October 7th from 4:30-6 pm. Be sure to complete the In-Kind Donation form and bring it with your item to the conference.
Don‘t have anything to donate? You may bid on items at the event, and pay by check or with a credit card. You can also provide a direct donation using the FOOTIM-PAC Donation Form while onsite.
Need some ideas? How about
- Tickets to concerts, sporting, or other entertainment events
- Gift certificates for stores, restaurants or for a spa session
- Artwork or handcrafted items
- Favorite therapy equipment items
- Authors and educators can donate copies of books
- And local specialties from your area of the state
You do not have to do this aloneyou can join with co-workers or the students in your SOTA to put together a themed basket like Michigan Wine and Cheese, Painting Party, School Spirit and Foodie Finds.
Only members of MiOTA can donate or bid on items in the Friends of OT in Michigan PAC Silent Auction. Bring your donation with you to conference and it will be auctioned to support the important work of the MiOTA Advocacy committee. If you wish to make a monetary donation instead, please use the PAC Donation Form.
Thank you for your support.
Claudette Stork Reid, Chair
Friends of OT in Michigan