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IDPAC Silent Auction
IDPAC Seeks Silent Auction Donations
The Indiana Dental Association is an advocate for the dental profession as well as the oral health of Indiana citizens. We are always looking out for the welfare of the patient and advocating for the doctor-patient model in deciding the needed therapy. This work, coordinated by the Indiana Dental Political Action Committee (IDPAC), takes time and, yes, money.
At the 2016 Annual Session, IDPAC will host its major fundraising event of the year. This event includes a silent auction, which provides you with two fun and easy ways to help IDPAC represent your profession:
You can contribute item(s) to the auction and/or
You can bid on items at the auction.
To contribute an auction item, download the donation form or submit your information below.
New for 2016: Wall of Wine
If you can't think of an item to contribute to the 2016 Silent Auction, we'll make it easy on you: Donate a Bottle of Wine!
New this year, the IDPAC Wall of Wine will provide fun and mystery to Annual Session attendees, and we need your donations of new, unopened bottles of wine to make it happen. Wall of Wine paticipants will purchase a ticket, then pull a secret bottle of wine from the wall. They won't know what they're getting - white, red, rare, vintage. The possibilities are as endless as your donations. So donate something new, something unique, something that's sure to get people talking.
Silent Auction Donation Form
IDPAC also accepts monetary contributions
GiveSmart Silent Auction System Back by Popular Demand
We're excited to bring back the silent auction platform we began using in 2015. With the GiveSmart online auction platform, you'll have three easy options for bidding on auction items:
Send a text message
Use your smart phone
Use the concierge
And if you can't attend the Annual Sesison in May, you'll be able to place your bid remotely and support IDPAC no matter where you are!
Check Out the Items Up for Auction - and place an early bid!
We see evidence of intervention in the doctor-patient relationship on a daily basis from the media, third parties, government entities, foundations, advocates for dental therapists and advanced dental hygiene practitioners, to name just a few. We need your help and we need your support.
Together we keep our patients healthy and our profession strong.