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An Online Experience

All you love about the auction, but from the comfort of your home.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors.

Hero Sponsors:

  • Ralph and Elizabeth Mastrangelo

  • Thomas and Mary Alice Roberts

  • Roper St. Francis Healthcare

  • Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy

  • Joseph and Kathy Tronco

Neighbor Sponsors:

  • Bert and Bernadette Hefke

  • Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kerr

  • Diana and David Mezzanotte

Partner Sponsors:

  • Mr. and Mrs. Victor Agusta
    Mr. and Mrs William A. Baker

  • Bleecker Family Law

  • Richard and Ann Marie Boruta

  • Charleston Appraisal Services

  • Dr. and Mrs. Brian G. Cuddy

  • Tony and Gwen Daniel

  • Priscilla Quirk and Greg Garvan

  • Randy and Rita Kramer

  • Mrs. Patricia Mesel

  • Mr. and Mrs. John Termine

  • Mary Ellen and Charlie Way

Friend Sponsors:

  • Mrs. Joan Avioli

  • Amanda and Matt Blue

  • Sally Wise and Will Howle

  • Maryalice Morro

  • Dan and Vicky Sullivan

  • Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zurlo

Laptop and Phone

Silent Auction Bidding - NOW AVAILABLE

Bid on great items from gift certificates, trips, painting, jewelry and more.

Silent auction bidding opens January 17, 2021. Click here to start bidding!


Join us on January 24, at 1:00pm for our live celebration event! Click here to watch!

Take Away Bag


Even though we can't be together, we can still enjoy a sweet treat together. Enjoy a brunch box from Baguette Magic while enjoying the live portion of the event. Brunch kits will be delivered January 24 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.


Preview auction items and set up your account so you're ready to bid when the silent auction opens on January 17, 2021. Click here to see items!

Have questions on how to register and bid, click here.


About Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Founded in 1989, Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach provides educational, health and direct outreach services to more than 5,000 people each year in the Lowcountry. With the support of volunteers and donations, community members receive dental and pre-natal care, emergency food, clothing and financial assistance, lunch five days a week at Neighborhood House, and diverse educational and capacity-building opportunities such as youth programs, money management, GED and ESL classes, workforce development, and more. The two locations include Johns Island on Brownswood Rd, serving the needs of James, Johns and Wadmalaw Island residents and the Neighborhood House in Charleston that serves Eastside-area residents.

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