A great way to support a great Non-Profit!
Do you, like us, enjoy shopping for bargains while knowing you are benefitting others in our community?
Annually, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. has a Silent Auction as a Captial Campaign to raise funds for our programs that run throughout the year. Your donation helps us continue our mission in supporting homeschooling families and ensuring that our youth have access to adequate positive opportunities, social engagement, and emotional support.
Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. has been serving the Greater Central Florida homeschool community since 2009, providing support, classes, field trips and learning opportunities, for all homeschooled youth grades Pre-K-12th. Our programs of focus are the BHCFL African Cultural Arts Program, BHCFL Outdoor Recreational Program, BHCFL Community Garden and Food Cooperative, The Lending Library, The Graduation/Awards Ceremony, our Fencing and Golf Program, Community Service, and the Guests/Classes/Field Trips Program which includes our Tutoring & College Preparatory Program and our Parent Workshops & Coaching. We are committed to quality education, hands-on experiences, and supporting homeschooling families. Kindness like yours enables us to continue to serve the homeschooling community. We hope that you will continue to support our youth, because they are our future!
This year our Silent Auction takes place on May 3rd, 2023.
Next year's Silent Auction will return to Community EXPO 2024! Community EXPO 2024 will take place on February 24, 2024 at The Sanborn Center 815 S. Alabama Avenue, DeLand, Florida 32724. Here on this site you are able to view all of the Silent Auction items that will be available for 2023 and at the Community EXPO 2024 event. You will find tempting and diverse auction items to keep or gift.
Bidding is open to anyone, but items must be picked up at the May 3rd, or February 24th event unless other arrangements are made. We cannot ship any items. We reserve the right to remove bids from bidders too far way to pick up items unless a local individual is designated for that purpose.