This year, all Auction items are available for bidding online! You can access the Silent Auction using your computer or mobile device. If you purchased individual tickets through our auction website, you have already received a text message with a link to your personal bidding account.
Please do not register for a new account to begin bidding; rather, you should click through that personal bidding link to access your account without the need for any login or password. As your bidding link is connected to your credit card on file, please only share it with individuals who are authorized to bid on your behalf (such as your spouse).
How to Register
If you are not attending the Gala and/or did not purchase tickets through our auction website, you can register by clicking here to visit our auction website and then choose “Sign In” in the top right corner of the page. (Choose “Sign in with email” and follow the instructions on screen.)
You will be asked to place a credit card on file to complete your registration, but nothing will be charged unless you are a winning bidder or make a donation. Once you have completed your registration, you will receive a text message with a link to your personal bidding account. Use that link throughout the auction to access your account without a login or password!
How to Bid
Once you have accessed your account, browse by category or item name to begin bidding. On each item, you will see various options”
- Bid: Hitting “Bid” will allow you to automatically enter the next pre-established bidding increment.
- Set Maximum Bid: Before confirming your bid on an item, the system will allow you to manually enter any amount greater than the next bid or set a maximum bid. As others bid on this item, the system will automatically increase your bid, up to your maximum bid limit.
- Watch: Clicking “Watch” will put this item in your “Activity” section, accessible by clicking the person icon in the top right corner of the page, for easy access.
As you enter a winning bid or are outbid, you will receive a text message alerting you of your status. You will be notified at the end of the Silent Auction if you are a winning bidder!
All Silent Auction items will be available for bidding until the silent auction closes the evening of Tuesday, March 10. Please contact Makenzie Delmotte at email@example.com with any questions.
With the complex intersections of age, mental health, economics, and deep societal inequities, even deeply affordable housing is out of reach for many Village clients.
That is why N Street Village provides Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), which combines affordable housing with supportive services that provide clients with the tools to cope with mental health, addiction, trauma, physical health problems and other issues they might be experiencing.
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, PSH reduces the usage of publicly funded crisis services (like jails, hospitalizations, and emergency departments), and increases stability and well-being.
N Street Village is currently the largest provider of PSH for women in D.C., offering over 140 units combined at the Flagship location, Erna’s House, Miriam’s House and Phyllis Wheatley YWCA.
*Source: 2015 National Alliance to End Homelessness Report on Permanent Supportive Housing
You did it! We are excited to share this record-setting three year partnership total thanks to Washington Post readers, staff, and Village friends. Thank you to all who have followed along on this journey and shared in the stories of hope and healing!
Columnist John Kelly wrote nearly 30 stories featuring clients and alumna like Cheryl (pictured), who showcased the Village’s programs, impact, and history.
2017 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- The holiday giving season starts with The Washington Post Helping Hand
- From life on the streets of Washington to a home with N Street Village
- N Street Village specializes in making connections — and changing lives
- Every afternoon in Chinatown, women line up outside Patricia Handy Place
- ‘I was helpless, homeless and hopeless,’ says an N Street Village success story
- Christmas can be rough on the poor and the homeless. These groups help.
- Three women from N Street Village’s homeless shelter share their stories
- Being homeless is bad enough. Imagine being sick, too. N Street Village helps.
- A strong finish for The Washington Post Helping Hand: We smashed past our goal
2018 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- At N Street Village’s Green House, women in recovery are poised for growth
- ‘Being homeless is like being in quicksand.’ N Street Village is a lifeline.
- N Street Village offers a warm coat for a cold winter — and so much more
- When an artist lost her home — and entire portfolio — N Street Village helped
- ‘Being homeless is like a shock to the system.’ N Street Village soothes the pain.
- Food for the body and food for the soul at N Street Village’s day center
- The Washington Post Helping Hand raises record $816k for beneficiaries Bright Beginnings, N Street Village and So Others Might Eat
2019 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- Watch them blossom: At N Street Village, homeless women create floral art.
- Women living with HIV find a welcome home at Miriam’s House.
- In the intimidating quest for Social Security benefits, N Street Village is there.
- At N Street’s Dog Time, the women are homeless. The dogs don’t know that.
- Before getting to the ‘how’ of recovery, addicts must get to the ‘why’ of addiction
- A woman named Jewel shines again: ‘N Street Village really helped save my life’
- You did it! Readers donate a record-setting amount to Post Helping Hand charities
Sangita Joshi is a cornerstone of our Village family – in the 11 years she has been here, she has served the Village clients with heart and passion.
How long have you been at N Street Village? I have been a part of the N Street Village family for a little over 11 years! I am currently the Director of Case Management, which includes managing the Holistic Housing Program.
What is the Holistic Housing Program? When naming this program, we intentionally chose to call it holistic because that is what it truly is – recognizing the whole of a woman’s experiences and helping her to uncover and realize what she needs to be her best self. The program is located on the fifth floor of the Flagship building and can support up to 21 women as they make strides in their recovery – whether that is mental health, physical health, trauma, substance use disorder and/or financial insecurity. Last month, we were proud to have five women graduate and move on to the next step in their journey.
Can you describe N Street Village in three words? Hope. Courage. Patience. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? I am an ice cream connoisseur! If I wasn’t working at N Street Village, my dream job would be working as an official taste tester for Ben and Jerry’s. As far as my current favorite, it depends…but we can start with Phish Food. My dad always says that no matter how full you are, there is always room for ice cream!
On behalf of the Village Board, staff and clients, I am pleased to present your 2019 Annual Report.
You have continued to be there for the thousands of women who rely on N Street Village. Your support is not merely “giving to charity” but “doing justice.”
We are grateful for your commitment as we strive for a future that is just and inclusive for every D.C. resident. Thank you for standing with us at N Street Village’s front door as we greet the women who will arrive tomorrow.
Chief Executive Officer
N Street Village
P.S. As the temperatures begin to drop, please remember to save and share the D.C. Hypothermia Hotline: 202.399.7093. Your call could save a life!
This month, get to know N Street Village Volunteer DeJuan Price. DeJuan exemplifies what it means to be a Village SHERO. She serves meals, supports with our fundraisers, and even donated her birthday! She always greets each woman who walks through our doors with a smile. We are truly blessed to have DeJuan as part of our community. Let’s get to know DeJuan…
I’m an accomplished business professional, marketing expert, and creative entrepreneur. I’m a native Washingtonian and an alumna of George Mason University, Georgetown University, and Virginia Tech as well as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and The Junior League of Washington (JLW). I’m also on the Board of The Story of Our Schools and a volunteer with A Wider Circle.
I got involved with N Street Village through volunteer service with The Junior League of Washington. For two years, I worked with a committee to serve dinner to residents. I have continued service at the Village serving breakfast, conducting toiletry drives, and fundraisers. My hobbies and interests include self-development, astrology, spinning, running, crystals, concerts, French Bulldogs, music (from Hip-Hop to 80s NYC House), bath bombs, and spirituality.
Where are you from originally and how long have you lived in the DC area? I’m a Native Washingtonian, D.C. and have lived here off and on for my entire life.
What is your favorite D.C. restaurant? Cubano’s in Silver Spring, Maryland.
On a Saturday evening, you will find me… Dancing to my favorite local DJs sets at various locales.
What is the last movie you watched (and enjoyed)? Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
What is your favorite D.C. landmark? Ben’s Chili Bowl.
Describe N Street Village in 3 words or less: Love, Growth, Community.
What do you enjoy most about volunteering at N Street Village? Volunteering at the Village represents what a mission of service looks like in action — real impact, centered in love, and making a difference in this world. I’ve learned so much about my own life’s journey through this, and it has truly been a gift.
What makes N Street Village unique to you? A focus on whole-person recovery and wellness in mind, body, and spirit — along with a team of leadership, staff, and volunteers who are truly committed and connected through a shared love of humanity.
A Self-Guided Restaurant Tour to Benefit N Street Village
WASHINGTON – TRR Sotheby’s International Realty today announced the Annual Celebrate Logan on Sept. 14 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. ET to benefit N Street Village, Washington, D.C.’s largest nonprofit serving the district’s homeless and low income women. The “Taste of 14th Street” will send attendees on a self-guided neighborhood food and beverage tour at some of the city’s top restaurants, where they will sample gourmet dishes while supporting their neighbors at N Street Village.
- Who: N Street Village and TRR Sotheby’s International Realty
- What: “Celebrate Logan,” a self-guided restaurant tour
- When: Sept. 14 from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET
- Where: Logan Circle and the 14th Street Corridor of northwest Washington, D.C.
This year’s participating restaurants include B Too, Barcelona, Compass Rose, Ghibellina, Logan Tavern, Pearl Dive, and Pappe, with VIP tastings from Chicken & Whiskey and Supra. More restaurants will be added up until the event date.
All proceeds from Celebrate Logan will be go directly to support the nearly 2,000 homeless and low-income women N Street Village welcomes each year. Every general admission ticket will provide 30 nutritious meals in the N Street Village Day Center. With comprehensive services addressing both emergency and long-term needs, N Street Village helps women achieve personal stability and make gains in their housing, income, employment, mental health, physical health, and addiction recovery. Learn more at www.nstreetvillage.org.
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