2022 Auction

We’re excited to have a great collection of auction items generously donated by businesses and individuals from the Evanston, Skokie and Wilmette area. You can view the auction items below and bid on them today. A few quick notes:

  1. We will not be collecting money through our website. We request that all winning bids be submitted by check or cash.
  2. When you place a bid, please be sure to include your first name, last name and email address. Also, you do not need to include the $; just typing the numerals will work.
  3. You can bid on as many items as you’d like.
  4. Please note that each item’s description includes the starting bid and bidding increment value for that item.
  5. The auction is open from now until Friday, May 6 at 9 p.m.
  6. Don’t forget to share this link with your friends and family. Anyone can bid and win! But please note: Winning items will need to be picked up from Barbereux School. We would prefer not to ship items.
For those of you who do not want to bid but are interested in donating to Barbereux, please feel free to mail a check to:
Barbereux School
3333 Culver St.
Evanston, IL 60201

If you have any questions, please email Cathy at cathyk@barbereux.com.

Thank you for your support!!

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About The Barbereux School

The Barbereux School is an independent not-for-profit Early Childhood school that serves a diverse population of children ages three through first grade. We have always had a strong emphasis on an integrated curriculum that blends the arts and academics. Creativity and critical thinking skills are also important components of our curriculum. For more than 90 years, our school has served families on the north shore including Evanston, Wilmette, Glenview, Skokie, and the north side of Chicago.

Each year we hold a major fundraising event to raise funds for our school. The monies raised are used to improve and upgrade our physical space, as well as to purchase new materials for our classrooms. Funds raised in the past have been used to install air conditioning, paint the building’s exterior and interior, replace worn books, and purchase bulletin boards and classroom furniture.