Roof For A Child 2021 Thanksgiving Events!


Thank you for participating in an exciting auction where 100% of the proceeds go to support the continuing construction of the girls hostel at Nandurbar, MH( Check construction updates for details)

This auction runs till Dec 4th 11 am EST, when we will have a live Zoom session to celebrate the completion of the auction, and more importantly, showcase the updates from the various children's homes that we have been blessed to participate with.





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How does the auction work?

You can make a bid online, and this bid is carried on to our live session where we finalize the bids received. On winning the bid, we will reach out to you to collect the payment via these options, and also for further delivery instructions.

What can I find at the auction?

The auction consists of

  1. Clothes, jewelry and other NEW carefully handpicked items provided by our supporters

  2. Services by experts of our community ( such as photoshoots, home exterior power washes, corporate mentoring sessions and more
  3. Yummy home-cooked foods and baked treats - the very best holiday treats 


How can I donate items for the auction?

Thanks so much for contributing to the community. You can submit your items with images through this google form:  Donate Items for RFAC Auction 2021

Please reach out to Franklin ( 845 214 3918 ) or to Prem ( 732 261 3113 ) for further details.

How can I get my items to the auction site?

The auction will be held at East Brunswick, NJ. Drop off locations will be shared as we near closer to the auction date. You can choose either of those locations or choose to drop it directly at the auction venue.

How will the auctioned items be delivered to the buyers?

Volunteers will deliver the items to the buyers. In case if you can pick up the items at the auction site or from any other location,  do let us know.


About Roof for A Child (RFAC)

Roof for a Child' is a project to raise awareness and support for the education and lodging infrastructure of children from the very lowest strata of society.These homes are built near good government schools and provides an opportunity for children to get a good standard of education, and get exposure to career opportunities.