Online Auction Opens Ahead of Capital Community College’s Changing Live Celebration, Friday, Oct. 22

The countdown is on for the 16th Changing Lives Celebration originating virtually from Capital Community College’s downtown campus from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, October 22nd.

The Changing Lives Silent Auction, traditionally held as part of the in-person campus event , is now mobile and open for browsing and bidding through Friday’s celebration The catalog includes a growing list of gift baskets from College faculty and staff, vacations, staycations, art and other goods and services from our auction partners.

In order to participate in the Online Auction you must create an place a bid on any of the items in the catalog. Once registered you’ll receive updates and notifications on the items of interest to you.  Follow the link to sign on and create an account:

Silent Auction Sign On

The Changing Lives auction has goods and services valued at more than $40,000

The Changing Lives Celebration for supporters, friends and alumni will focus on the College’s School of Workforce and Continuing Education’s new school-to-work programs that lead to “a first job, a better job and a career” as students gain specialized knowledge and credentials for immediate jobs and opportunities to pursue higher education. Alumni Wall of Fame honorees will share their stories in a program that will feature The Island Reflections Dance Company and Hartford singer Nidayah Bolling. Net proceeds will benefit the College’s school-to-work programs and scholarships.

To join Friday’s celebration register at the link below. Donations are invited at the Supporter ($100), Friend ($50) and Alumni ($25) levels. Registrants will be sent a link to join Friday’s Celebration. Supporters and friends will receive a Changing Lives Gift Box for their contribution.


For more information contact the Advancement Office, 860-906-5102

or the CCC Foundation at


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A weblog for alumni and friends of the Capital Community College Foundation, Hartford, Connecticut active from 2009 to 2022, Comments and information pertaining to the College and College Foundation are welcome. John McNamara (Editor) Director of Institutional Advancement and Foundation Liaison Retired.
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