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Blue Ribbon Foundation Auction Donation Form

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Promote your business or region

Donate an auction item to the Blue Ribbon Foundation by December 15

Contact Information

First Name
Last Name
Email Address
Used to send a copy of your receipt.
Address 2
Zip Code
Phone Number

Donation Information

Item Donated
Fair Market Value of Item
Suggested Starting Bid
Who's Donating the Item?
Name of person/business to be published in program
Description of Item
If possible, email photo to chris@fairsnet.org
Item Suggested For:


Mail or Delivery

Mail donated item with a copy of this form to:
The Blue Ribbon Foundation Auction
1776 Tribute Rd., Suite 210
Sacramento, CA 95815

Item must be received by December 15 or delivered to the Convention registration desk in Anaheim.

The Blue Ribbon Foundation underwrites two $2,500 Scholarships each year. One for the child or grandchild of a WFA member fair related business (Service Member) and one for the child or grandchild of WFA member Fair staff.

Applications open mid-November and close early March each year.

Follow the WFA Facebook page to be informed of this year's details.

If you wish to download a hard copy of this form instead of completing it online,
you can download the auction form here.

We will do our best to match items with donors and provide recognition to donors. For best results, print out your receipt and attach it to the item you are mailing/dropping off. Incomplete forms and items without completed forms attached may not be properly recognized/displayed.

Donations to the Blue Ribbon Foundation Auction may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution to the Blue Ribbon Foundation. DONORS: Fair Market Value of item. BUYERS: Contributions made in excess of the Fair Market Value of the item purchased.

The Blue Ribbon Foundation Auction Committee reserves the right to determine which items will be featured in the Live or Silent auctions at their sole discretion.

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