As we prepare for residents to move in this week, we’re thrilled to be hosting this online auction to support Compass Point Village, which provides housing for 87 chronically homeless individuals. This exciting auction is an opportunity for you to help raise funds for Compass Point Village and contribute to the ongoing mission of ending homelessness in our community.
You can start bidding today through midnight on Sunday, September 24th. By participating, you not only have the chance to acquire handcrafted home decor, unique furniture, exciting experiences, and locally made art, but you can also make a lasting impact on the lives of those experiencing homelessness in your community.
About Our Auction
Elevate your space and make a meaningful impact by participating in Homeward Bound’s Online Auction. The online auction features distinctive home goods generously donated by local partners, offering you a chance to transform your home with one-of-a-kind pieces. By participating in Homeward Bound’s auction, you’re not only refining your environment, but also contributing to a vital cause. You’re playing a pivotal role in the completion of Compass Point Village, a permanent supportive residence that will house 87 individuals transitioning out of chronic homelessness. Join us and bid generously. Let your home be a canvas for both style and change.
About Homeward Bound WNC
Homeward Bound is committed to preventing and ending homelessness in our community through permanent housing and support. Since 2006, Homeward Bound has moved nearly 2,500 people into housing and 92% have not returned homelessness. Compass Point Village is our new permanent supportive housing residence that will provide homes for 87 of our city’s most vulnerable neighbors. The residence will include on-site case management, 24/7 support staff, behavioral and health services, social and educational opportunities, a medical clinic, and job training. Proceeds from this auction will go toward the remainder of our fundraising goal to support Compass Point Village.