The 21st Annual Auction & Dinner Event To Raise Funds For The Neighborhood Center, Inc.
Sep. 21 2023

The 21st Annual Auction & Dinner Event To Raise Funds For The Neighborhood Center, Inc.

Utica, NY – The Marie A. Russo Neighborhood Center Institute announces the 21st Annual Auction & Dinner in support of programs of The Neighborhood Center, Inc., to be held on Friday, November 17th, 2023, at Harts Hill Inn. The event, which runs from 6-9pm, is action-packed with both silent and live auctions. Over 300 generous people attend this event and it sells out each year.

Tickets, which are available now, are $50.00 each and include dinner and a chance at a $1,000 door prize. There are over 100+ fantastic silent auction items and baskets to bid on that include generous donations from many local businesses. There is also an exciting, action packed live auction featuring a once in a lifetime trip to Europe, sports memorabilia and exclusive golf and spa packages.

Corporate Sponsorships give local businesses the opportunity to support to the work of The Neighborhood Center and details are available on the agency website. Funds raised from this event directly support our child care programs which focus on building a strong foundation of educational skills that will translate to life-long success.

“The event brings together supporters of The Neighborhood Center for a fun night of high-spirited bidding, we are always humbled by those who attend and generously bid on items in support of our mission.” – Sandra Soroka, Executive Director, Neighborhood Center

The mission of The Neighborhood Center, Inc. is to enrich the lives of individuals and families through cooperative opportunities, resources and advocacy that embrace diversity, promote empowerment, and foster responsible citizenship. Through its sustained pattern of activities that benefit children, families, and the community since 1905, The Neighborhood Center, Inc. continues to advance in our enduring mission of truly “human” service.

For more information about The Neighborhood Center, call (315) 272-2600, or visit