Everything But the House Andersonville Fundrasier for the Water Tower
04/01/2017 - 04/06/2017
Everything But the House teams up with Andersonville to “Raise” the Water Tower
Through Thursday, April 5
Drop-off at Andersonville Chamber of Commerce | 5153 N. Clark #204 between 10am-5pm
Everything But the House is kicking off their Keys to the City initiative by helping Andersonville raise our iconic water tower back to its rightful place above the Swedish American Museum! While the funds have been raised to create the replica, this is the final step in re-installing the icon. This can only be achieved by the support of not only our businesses, but by the community as a whole.
This Saturday, April 1, 2017 we will set up a storage pod in Trumbull School’s parking lot to collect items donated to sell on EBTH.com in our very own Andersonville estate sale.
How You Can Get Involved!
– Both businesses and residents can donate one or two items of value (equating to a combined value of $150 or more) to go towards fundraising for the Water Tower goal. The donation will serve as a buy-in to post additional items into a community-wide estate sale. Please no large furniture! Try to gather smaller items of value.
– After committing to the initial donation item(s), businesses/residents can then contribute items of $45 or greater as part of a community-wide estate sale, with proceeds going back to the business owner/resident. This is a great way to clear our your basement or storage!
– Each participating business or resident will sign two individual contracts with EBTH; one contract for the donation item(s) for the Water Tower, and one contract for any additional items contributed to the sale. To cover their costs, EBTH will ask for a percentage of total sale on each contract.
– The auction will take place the last week in April online at EBTH.com. The Andersonville Flower Show will kick off bidding on April 22. The auction will then stay live for 7 days.
Please sign up below if you are interested in participating in this event to bring back an important icon of Andersonville. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free contact David Oakes at email@example.com for more information.