The annual charity event raised more than $362,000 for Martha's Vineyard Community Services, including a record-breaking donation total.
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Possible Dreams Auction
Seth Meyers will again host the Possible Dreams auction, scheduled for July 25 online.
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Possible Dreams Auction
The popular TV host returns as host for the 43rd annual auction, streaming live from the Vineyard July 25.
Possible Dreams Auction
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Kate Dario
When Seth Meyers steps up to host the 43rd annual Possible Dreams Auction late Sunday afternoon, he will share duties with professional auctioneer Sherry Truhlar.
Possible Dreams Auction

2015

The 37th annual Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction will be held on Sunday, July 26 at the Winnetu Oceanside Resort in Edgartown. This year’s auction will celebrate Norman Bridwell, the beloved creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog.

This year’s Art Buchwald Possible Dreams auction, which benefits Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, will be dedicated to the late author Norman Bridwell.

2014

As competition for donor dollars increases amid a crowded field of nonprofits on the Vineyard, new ideas have begun to emerge about fundraising. In the past decade, the total amount raised by Island nonprofits has gone up, but so has the number of groups seeking funds.
Places you could only visit in your wildest dreams were made a reality Sunday night at the Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction, which raised $430,000 for Martha's Vineyard Community Services.

Each year more than 6,000 people are served by Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, the largest human service provider on the Island.

“I always think that number is so important,” said Sandy Pimentel, a member of the board of directors. “And they never turn people away.”

2013

When Sandy Pimentel from the Martha’s Vineyard Community Services board of directors called me back in January to ask if I would consider hosting the 2013 Possible Dreams auction, taking up the gavel where legendary humorist Art Buchwald left off, I was completely blown away.

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