Lilith’s First-Ever Silent Auction

To help fund the redesign of its website, Lilith threw the non-profit organization’s first-ever silent auction. The event, March 26 at Drisha in Manhattan, was a huge success, thanks to the generosity of donors far and wide. Many Lilith supporters not only attended the event, but — from across the country and the globe — provided an eclectic and truly Lilith-like selection of items, from sex toys to a Talmud class. (In covering the event, the bloggers at Young Manhattanite listed a few of the items — from a matrushka doll of Russian dictators to Hazon cyclist gear to a women-at-study tambourine — and commented that “when they say, ‘You’d never find a grouping of these items anyplace else’, they mean it.”)

Watch for details of Lilith’s next auction, and enjoy highlights from this event care of another Lilith first — check out our new channel on YouTube to see clips from the event, including some little-known facts about knishes. Want to learn more about the Lilith silent auction, or how to be involved in the future? (Our next auction is already scheduled for November 12. See page 43.) Email us at