CHF AUCTIONS2018-03-11T00:59:16+00:00

The Collie Health Foundation’s largest fundraiser each year is its annual auctions. Held in a different city each year during the Collie Club of America’s National Specialty, the CHF holds daily silent auctions and a live Night Auction and Dinner. The silent auctions are typically held Wednesday though Saturday mornings and the Night Auction and Dinner on Thursday night during the national specialty week.

The CHF relies on the generous donations of items given each year to auction off. The silent day auctions usually feature books and magazines, glassware, figurines, posters and pictures, clothing and a vast array of knickknacks. Items sell for anywhere between $1 and $50.

The Annual Night Auction and Dinner is a fun evening of good food and lively bidding. The Night Auction features higher priced items between $50 and $2,000. At the Night Auction, jewelry, artwork, rare books, antiques and unique hand-crafted items can be found.

Please keep the CHF in mind if you have some “Collie Stuff” that you no longer want. We can turn your unwanted items into research dollars. For more information, please contact the CHF Evening Auction Manager Laura LaBounty at

Collie Health Foundation, Inc.
Speaker/Cocktails/Dinner/Live Auction!
Thursday March 29, 2018

Don’t miss one of the most spectacular events of the year!  If you have never been to one of our dinners and live auctions, you should make this year the first.  Those who have joined us before know how much fun we have and what great items you can take home from the auction.  This year is no exception.

Framed “Dogs Commemorative Stamps Poster” signed by the CCA Stamp Committee and the Artist donated by Kathy Peters
1950 Framed Painting “Tokalon Sir Lochreach” by artist Elizabeth Browning from Abbehurst Estate donated by Kathy Peters
American Collie Champion Books – Volume 1 & 11
Parader Book
Century of Collies by Gayle Kaye
Best Buddies by John Buddie
Framed Kristyna Cockroft Print  donated by Susan Hurley
Custom Collie Quilt donated by Helen Cornio & Jaye Athy
Custom Mailbox painted by Kris Pumiglia
Painted Water Pitcher donated by artist Gwen Medlin
Collie Ring, Bracelet & Pin donated by Roz Durham
Hand Made Collie Theme Quilt made by Verna Allen’s Daughter, Sandy Allen Siever, and donated by Terry & Chris Ward Donahue
2 Speed Purple Metro Vac  Commander Air Force Pet Dryer 4HP – Donated by Laura DeLaurentis
Framed Original Collie Health Foundation Membership #2 from the Rickenbaugh Estate – donated by Kelly Neeley
Hand Painted Red Baggallini Purse donated by artist Michele Brane

After March 1st donations may be shipped to:
Liz Bianchi
2012 Inland Cove
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
757 285-4868

Watch this page and our Facebook page for updates!

DoubleTree by Hilton (Host Hotel)
1900 Pavilion Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Presentation by : Dr. Leigh Anne Clark – Interpreting the Dermatomyositis Risk Assessment Test and Discussing the Lack of Genetic Diversity in the American Collie

Presentation: Diane E. Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP -AKC/Canine Health Foundation CEO

*** WE CANNOT GUARANTEE  SEMINAR ATTENDANCE IF DINNER TICKET HAS NOT BEEN PURCHASED.  The seminar is open to anyone IF there is room available and the 175 Dinner limit has not been reached***
The space is limited this year.

7 PM | BUFFET | $45 Limited to 175 |

Fresh Field Greens Salad with Seasonal Toppings
Roasted Atlantic Salmon with Lemon-Dill Brown Butter Sauce 
Sliced Top Round of Beef with Au Jus 
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes 
Brown-Buttered Jumbo Asparagus
Warm Rolls and Butter
Chef’s Perfect Pairing of Desserts

Coffee and Iced Tea  

RESERVATIONS | March 14, 2017:
Mail Checks Payable to CHF to:
Collie Health Foundation, Inc,
Krista Hansen
1525 Minkel Road
North Java, NY 14113

To Pay by PayPal:

A VERY limited amount of tickets will be available March 15 – 28 for $48 if maximum of 175 is not reached.

Laura LaBounty
 | 603-313-9597 |

Collie Health Foundation

The Collie Health Foundation’s mission is to fund research medical projects that will benefit the future health of the Collie, and to educate the public and Collie breeders about health issues.

Collie Health Foundation Name

On December 17, 2002 the organization changed it’s name from the Collie Club of America Foundation to the Collie Health Foundation in order to give the Foundation a unique identity separate from the Collie Club of America and more clearly represent our mission.

Collie Health Foundation Logo

Our new logo was generously donated by Diana Hiesilieu. There is a story behind this new logo, a story about a Collie we bred and had the extreme privilege of knowing – A Collie by the name of Noah…Read More!