A Wonderful Wonderland Auction:

Thank you for coming to the 2017 Wonderland Auction!!

Please join Cascadia Wildlands, our premier sponsor Mountain Rose Herbs, and other community supporters for an evening of fun, friends, and philanthropy that will provide essential underwriting for our critical conservation work during the 2018 year.

Photos from the 2015 Wonderland Auction (photos by Wendy Gregory Photography).


Live Auction Preview

The Wonderland Auction is now SOLD OUT

Volunteer shifts are full!


This not-to-be-missed event includes a sensational gourmet dinner by renowned Lane Community College catering, local libations as well as dessert, and live music.  * NEW FOR 2017 * This year's Wonderland Auction will feature a plated dinner instead of buffet style. If you plan on attending, you must RSVP and purchase tickets in advance to secure your seat and meal. (Tickets to the Wonderland Auction are now sold out!)


*Live and silent auctions will feature unforgettable adventures, thrilling getaways, outdoor gear, gastronomic fineries from throughout the West, and much more! Preview the packages currently lined up for this year's live auction (Preview Live Auction items here.)


The Wonderland Auction is Cascadia Wildlands’ largest fundraiser of the year, with 300+ people in attendance. Thanks to generous support by individuals and businesses, every dollar we raise at the event directly contributes to Cascadia Wildlands’ work to protect and restore the wildlife and wildlands of the Cascadia Bioregion. By supporting this fundraiser, you will help sustain our fight to stand up for Cascadia’s clean water, cherished rainforests, and imperiled species. Together, with your help, we can keep it wild!


In order to make this year’s Wonderland Auction even more memorable, and to ensure that there is ample food and drink to go around, dinner will be plated this year instead of buffet style. In order to have a plated dinner, we must provide an accurate count to the caterers. There are two dinner options, chicken or vegetarian. Space is limited, you are required to purchase your tickets in advance. Tickets will not be sold day-of at the door anymore. $50 per ticket, kids under 12 free. (Tickets to the Wonderland Auction are now sold out!)


This event fills up quickly, don't lose out on prime seating with all your friends— reserve a table for 8 people today! Your reserved table purchase includes 8 tickets to the Auction and 2 bottles of fine Opine Cellars wine at your table ready for you to enjoy. (Tickets to the Wonderland Auction are now sold out!)

* * * Tickets and table sales end at 11:59 pm (Pacific) on Friday, November 17. * * *


Venue Location and Address:

The Center for Meeting and Learning (LCC Main Campus, Bldg 19)

4000 E 30th Avenue Eugene, Oregon 97405  click to view map

Cascadia Wildands Staff at the 2016 Wonderland Auction (Robin is no longer with CW, Sam Krop not pictured))

Cascadia Wildands Staff at the 2016 Wonderland Auction (Robin Meacher, center, is no longer with CW. Sam Krop not pictured).
Are my purchases at the Auction tax-deductible because you are a non-profit?
We are a 501(c)(3) organization, and as such, your general donations are most likely tax-deductible. However, in order for your Auction purchase to count as a donation, your winning purchase price must be greater than the listed value of the item — the difference of which is what is considered the tax-deductible amount. Bids placed during the Paddle Raise portion of the evening are fully tax-deductible because you receive no goods or services in exchange for your donation. You can start the conversation with your tax advisor by providing them with our EIN 93-1293019. Thank you for supporting Cascadia Wildlands!

(Photos of the Wonderland Auction by Wendy Gregory Photography.)

Mountain Rose Herbs

Mountain Rose Herbs Mercantile

Opine Cellars

Coconut Bliss

Off The Waffle

Cameron & Company

Doak Creek Native Plant Nursery

TJ's Organics

Falling Sky Brewing

Ninkasi Brewing Co.


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