Xavier Black Student Association Offers Charity Art Auction

Provides support to Orphans of Rwanda International | April 2, 2008

Xavier University’s Black Student Association in conjunction with the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Department of Art and Campus Police invite the public to the first BSA Charity Art Auction. Work donated by faculty, students, alumni and collectors will be auctioned off Monday, April 7 in Conference Rooms 1&2 of the Cintas Center. Admission is free. Food and refreshments will be available for sale. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the auction starts promptly at 6:30 pm.

 

Xavier’s Chief of Police Mike Couch will be the presiding auctioneer. He is an auctioneer and owns Chief Mike's Auctioneering Services in Addyston.

 

Proceeds from the auction will support Orphans of Rwanda International (ORI) which is dedicated to helping orphans and other socially-vulnerable young people in Rwanda. They get help pursuing a university education and ultimately become leaders in fostering economic development and social reconciliation. ORI provides holistic support, including tuition, housing, healthcare, counseling and a range of supplemental training programs, to ensure its students are prepared to excel.