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Einstein Gala - Canceled

Though our Einstein Gala was canceled, our amazing silent auction, filled with the most unique items in Albuquerque, will still take place ONLINE! Starting Monday, March 16, at 12:01 am, and lasting all the way until Saturday, March 21, at 8:10 pm, over 200 incredible auction items will go on sale. What items will you be taking home in support of our museum's STEM educational programs?!

In order to bid, please register HERE!

Once this is complete, register the mobile phone number you will use to receive text messages about the current status of items on which you bid. (Updates will include notices if someone has outbid you, if you have won at the close of the silent auction, and how to pay for your items.) These messages will come from phone number 205-549-8287.

Once you are registered, you can bid directly from the Einstein Gala silent auction website which is the main resource to see the auction items. 

Continue using this platform to place bids by clicking "Bid Now" within the box the item is in, or text the item code+bid amount (ie., JIM120) to 205-549-8287 to place bids. Please note that item statuses will be sent via text message to your mobile phone, so keep track on your phone if someone outbids you on item(s)! 

Please see an example of what you would see online below:

If you have any difficulties, please contact our Development and Membership Associate, Deidre McVay-Schulmeister, at 505-245-2137 ext. 113, or dmcvay@nuclearmuseum.org. You may also contact our Administrative Systems Coordinator, Stephen Whitman, at 505-245-2137 ext. 103, or swhitman@nuclearmuseum.org.
 


The evening will also provide the opportunity to honor a prominent person or organization that has had an impact on nuclear issues with the National Award of Nuclear Science & History. This year, we are honored to award Cynthia C. Kelly, President and Founder of the Atomic Heritage Foundation. Ms. Kelly is President and founder of the Atomic Heritage Foundation (AHF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the Manhattan Project and its legacy. From 2002 on, AHF led efforts to create a Manhattan Project National Historical Park, working with Congress and Federal, State and local partners. To learn more about past award recipients, click here. The award celebrates the wide scope of achievement and commitment to furthering scientific endeavor made by individuals in areas of military leadership, medical technology, public policy and government, energy sciences, education and space exploration. Due to the cancellation of the museum's 2020 Einstein Gala, we look forward to honoring our 2020 honoree of the National Award of Nuclear Science & History, Cynthia Kelly, during a special reception to be held on Saturday, June 13, 2020, at the museum. All guests for the 2020 Einstein Gala will be invited to attend this event, and more information will follow soon.

We truly appreciate your consideration and support at this time. If you are interested in requesting a refund for the Einstein Gala, please contact our Administrative Coordinator at 505-245-2137, extension 103, or at swhitman@nuclearmuseum.org. With this international issue impacting our not-for-profit institution, if a request for a refund is not administered, your generous support will help the museum maintain high-quality service through its STEM programming.

For more information, please contact our Director of Development 505-245-2137, extension 110.

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