Start your auction experience by clicking on the Sign In button in the green bar above. Enter your "Last Name" and "Password". If you don't have an existing record or password, you'll have an opportunity to create one. This will allow you to visit secure areas of the website where you can make donations or purchase your tickets online.
Adams Elementary School PTA Auction and Gala 
Welcome to the Adams Online Auction!

Bidding on the Live and Silent auction items

  Opens June 6 at 8:00 PM  
Closes June 13 at 8:00 PM 
  • Pro Tip: enter a Maximum Bid.  The system will automatically store the maximum bid for you (which is at least two bid steps above the current bid) and only increase your actual bid as needed to win the item.  
  • Preview the items now, including the Classroom art projects, by clicking the links on the left.
  • Take a chance on the Wine Grab.  3 bottles for $60
 Email if you have any questions.
Gift Certificates will be mailed, and the items  will be  delivered, the week after the auction is over.
Adams Elementary School has 30 Classrooms, 80 Staff, and 540 Students. Fundraising is critical to sustain the enhanced opportunities offered--opportunities that help our students become confident, creative, and community-minded.  

Adams Elementary

6110 28th Ave. NW., Seattle, WA 98107 
 For more information, please contact

Support Adams Elementary fundraising with a cash donation!
Donation for Concord International Elementary School

We're thrilled to be partnering with the Equity Committee again this year to raise funds for another SPS school, Concord International Elementary School ! With 72% of students considered “low-income”, (compared to 12% at Adams), Concord has some basic needs that we can help meet, including funding to send students on field trips and fifth grade camp, money for teachers to stock their classrooms with needed supplies, and a budget for community events. With a donation to Concord Elementary, you can increase equity across our city and help close the opportunity gap for Seattle’s students.