Silent Auction

The annual National Seminar Silent Auction is a regular feature of the event. Proceeds will support your choice of one of our many charitable funds and help us secure the future of Handbell Musicians of America.  See a complete list of fund options here. Anyone may contribute items for the silent auction – whether or not you plan to attend the event.  Consider items in the following categories:

  • Something specific to your hometown or state
  • Specialty items like handmade jewelry or knitted or crocheted scarves
  • Handbell-related crafts and collectibles
  • Commissioned handbell music
  • Handbell music scores signed by the composer/arranger
  • Multiple copies of a handbell piece – enough for a choir
  • Your services as a clinician/conductor for a workshop or festival
  • Handbell CD’s or DVD’s
  • Travel items such as hotel stays or airline miles

A sample of  items that have been donated in past year is below.

  • Multiple copies of choral and handbell compositions
  • First edition copy of The Handbell Choir by Doris Watson
  • A hand-crocheted afghan
  • Clinician/Conducting services for up to 2-day festival or workshop
  • A commissioned handbell composition or arrangement
  • Chocolate and homemade wine
  • Hand-cross stitched handbell celtic design
  • Honey from the Wissinger Bees

Make your contribution today by completing this short form.

National Seminar Silent Auction Item Donation





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