At the Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale Auction there is something for everyone to bid on! The auction is famous for its beautiful handmade quilts, but you’ll also find comforters, wall hangings, art, furniture, unique woodwork, collectibles, and more!
All items are donated, allowing the proceeds of each sale to benefit the Relief Sale (MCC). Payments accepted include cash, check, and credit card.
Online & In Person
In 2022 the auction will be a simulcast auction with bidding taking place in-person and online at the same time. Early online bidding has already opened! On the auction days, people may watch online and place bids while others are bidding in person.
Items will be on display at the fairgrounds during the Relief Sale. The high bidder will need to come to the fairgrounds or send somebody to pick up the item. Shipping may be possible for some items, at buyer’s expense. Payment may be made over the phone with credit card, or in person.
The auction relies on donated items!
All donation forms and pictures received prior to September 3rd will be included in our printed booklet and early online bidding. Items received after September 3rd will be posted online when possible and will be placed at the end of the auction. Items to be auctioned will need to be photographed to be displayed on the auction website.
Items for the live and silent auctions should be brought to the Rockingham County Fairgrounds the morning of Thursday, Sept. 29.
** The Auction Board reserves the right to determine where and when the items will be sold at the Virginia Mennonite Relief Sale.
The silent auction will be available for in-person bidding only. The auction will start at 4 pm on Friday, and bidding will close on half of the items at 11:30 am Saturday, with the rest closing at 12:30 pm. You must be registered for an in-person bid number to bid on the silent auction items.
Friday, September 30 – 7:00 pm until finished (around 9:00 pm)
Saturday, October 1 – 9:30 am until finished (around 2:00 pm)
Treat yourself to a VIP view of the auction by reserving a comfortable padded seat near the stage.
Online sales have closed, but you may reserve seats in person at the information booth for $15 each.