This Sunday marks the second anniversary of one of the worst days in Connecticut’s history. Out of that darkness, Sandy Hook Promise was created.
A nonprofit corporation led by parents and spouses who lost loved ones at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012 and parents of the community who want to honor and advocate for the children, teachers and administrators killed and those who survived that horrific day. And as they did last year, they’re having an online auction with some awesome and unique experiences.
Last year, Nick Offerman donated lunch with him on the set of “Parks and Recreation.” I don’t know who ended up with the winning bid, but that experience of eating with him, while he’s costumed as Ron Swanson must have been exhilarating. This year, he’s donated a canoe paddle that he carved, and engraved, himself.
But there’s more – like the first five pages of your life story, written by “Anchorman” and “Step Brothers” writer/director Adam McKay; two tickets and cocktails at a taping of Watch What Happens Live; Sarah Silverman recording your outgoing voicemail message – and a lot more.
You’ve got less than nine days to get your bids in – it all comes to an end December 18.