SchoolAuction.net

SchoolAuction.net is a service of Northworld LLC, the premier provider of benefit-auction software solutions. Which is to say, we’re a software company who likes to help non-profits with their fundraisers.

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1631 NE Broadway Suite 139
Portland, OR 97232
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(503) 715-1112

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Building Your Dream Team & Choosing the Next Auction Chair

It’s a new calendar year and some of you may already be looking ahead at next school year’s auction. It’s time to start thinking about...

06 Jan 2016 Miranda Hansen

Case Study: Eastern Washington University

The second edition of our blog series Case Study comes from way out east in the great state of Washington. Laurel Hosmer, Assistant Athletic Director...

17 Dec 2015 Miranda Hansen

Auction Theme Inspiration

Throwing a party (i.e. fundraising auction) can be a love-hate kind of commitment. One thing that is likely to be fun for most is choosing...

01 Dec 2015 Miranda Hansen

Giving Thanks to Your Donors

This week, as everyone gives thanks for good food or family or a break from the grind, we wanted to share a couple of thoughts...

25 Nov 2015 Miranda Hansen

Read What Other Customers Have To Say About Us

If you have used our software in the past 7 years (and you aren’t based in our hometown of Portland), you probably found us through...

23 Nov 2015 Roger Devine

Application Update 11/2015: Bulk-Edit Donors and More...

Most weeks, we release a code upgrade. We don’t blog about these regularly (although I probably should), because most of the time (at least during...

18 Nov 2015 Roger Devine

Case Study: Lakeridge Jr. High

Welcome to our newest blog series, Case Study, where we highlight fundraising auctions throughout the country, sharing their experience with our software as well as...

17 Nov 2015 Miranda Hansen

Mobile Bidding 101

No doubt about it, Mobile Bidding has been the topic of the past couple of years around here. We spent a lot of time thinking...

31 Oct 2015 Roger Devine