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Two Navy SEAL fundraisers book auctioneer Andy Saks

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October 28, 2019

New York, NY — Two Navy SEAL groups have booked live auctioneer Andy Saks to facilitate their fundraising at their 2019 fundraisers.

The SEAL Legacy Foundation booked Andy Saks as its live auctioneer

The SEAL Legacy Foundation supports families of wounded and fallen U.S. Navy SEALs with educational assistance for SEALs and their families, and other charitable causes benefiting the SEAL community.

It booked Saks to auction off eight items at its annual Patriot Dinner at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.

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AFINS booked live auctioneer Andy Saks for its fund-the-need appeal

AFINS (American Friends of Israeli Navy SEALs) booked Saks to facilitate its fund-the-need appeal at its Evening of Tribute event at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan.

AFINS establishes and strengthens the connection between US Jewry and the State of Israel through personal interactions with the Israel Navy SEALs in the US and Israel.

Saks has served as live auctioneer for many other organizations in New England, including the YMCA, the Boston Jewish Film Festival, Community Rowing, and the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

 

Andy Saks auctioneer at SEAL Legacy Foundation fundraiser

Live auctioneer Andy Saks performs at a fundraiser in Boston for the SEAL Legacy Foundation

 

Andy Saks live auctioneer SEAL Legacy Foundation fundraiser Boston

Live auctioneer Andy Saks performs at a fundraiser in Boston for the SEAL Legacy Foundation

 

Andy Saks live auctioneer SEAL Legacy Foundation fundraiser Boston

Live auctioneer Andy Saks performs at a fundraiser in Boston for the SEAL Legacy Foundation

 

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