BLUE DREAM SUMMER GALA
SILENT AUCTION PAGE

 
 
POST BLUE DREAM FLASH SALE IN PROGRESS UNTIL 5:00 PM AUGUST 30.  
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Thank you for making Blue Dream 2017 a huge success!  We are thrilled that we will be able to offer strong support to the Lonely Whale Foundation and to the National Navy SEAL Museum's Trident House!  And you made that possible!  

We are excited to announce, that you can still support Blue Dream, even now that the event is over...  and you can get some amazing items/experiences through our Post Blue Dream Silent Auction.  Items that did not sale during the event will be available for you to bid on until 5:00 PM, August 30.  There are incredible international travel packages, once in lifetime experiences, and so much more.  We hope you will take look, make a bid, and continue your support of the Lonely Whale Foudnation and the Navey SEAL Museum's Trident house!  Thank you!

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Since Blue Dream's inception in 2011, The Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons has given $750,000+ to charities through the Summer Gala including the Children’s Tumor Foundation, Warrior Fighter Sports, Amani Global Works, Refugees International and the Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children. 

This year, the Blue Dream Summer Gala Honorees are the Navy SEAL Museum’s Trident House for the families of fallen heroes and the Lonely Whale Foundation advocating for clean oceans.

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Founded in December 2015 by Adrian Grenier and Lucy Sumner, the Lonely Whale Foundation strives to inspire empathy towards marine species and develop life long advocates for ocean health. Through the powerful narrative of the 52Hz Whale, Lonely Whale Foundation initiatives focus on delivering an educational curriculum that inspires our youngest learners and our innovative campaigns build community and encourage dialogue on and advocacy for ocean health issues and direct positive impact.



The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial Trident House is a tranquil waterfront residence located directly along the beautiful Indian River, in Sebastian, Florida. The lovely home serves as a critical and complimentary respite for the families of U.S. Navy SEALs who were killed in the Line of Duty (LoD). It is also available to battle worn or injured SEALs and their families, as well as to other military personnel with similar needs. 

The fully equipped, three bedroom three bath retreat has an outdoor swimming pool and dock. Guests can view colorful sunrises, dolphin and pelicans soaring by from the covered back porch. This serene environment is a powerful de-stressor and is highly conducive to the process of reconnecting fragile relationships.