Donations sought for Upper Cape auction/fundraiser

Donations sought to raise funds for the Paige Victoria Perry Fund

SANDWICH - The Paige Victoria Perry Fund is seeking donations for an auction/fundraiser to be held in Sandwich on December 1, 2006.  Items are needed for both the silent and live auction.  While grateful for all donations, the fund has found that frequent auction-goers bid well on items such as gift certificates, tickets to sporting events, weekend get-aways and artwork.

The Paige Victoria Perry Fund was established by Tiffany and Chris Perry to honor their daughter Paige, who fell victim to SIDS (suddent infant death syndrome).

The fundraiser will take place on Friday, December 1, 2006 at 6pm at the Sandwich Glass Museum.  In addition to the live and silent auction, there will be appetizers and a wine tasting.  The guest speaker for the evening will be Mary McClain of the Massachusetts Center for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  Information on the center and SIDS is available on the Bureau of Family and Community Health website here.

If you have an item or a gift certificate you would like to donation for the auction, please email Jeff Perry at [email protected] or call 508-888-3094.

It is the Perry familyâ??s goal that the blessings of Paige will continue to live on with the education, support, and memorials made possible because of the generosity of our many friends, family, and supporters.

The Paige Victoria Perry Trust Fund is a public charity recognized by the IRS under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Tax Code. As such, your donation is tax deductible within the limits defined by the United States Tax Code.

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