Participating in our auction is a great way to support our efforts while winning a vacation, experience, unique work of art and more. This year's auction will go live on November 11 for an entire week, with bids closing on November 18 at 8:59 PM PST. We recommend the you check the website periodically to see the status of your bids.
The auction is open to the general public, so no event credentials are necessary to access it. You will have the opportunity to bid on more than 25+ exclusive items and packages, ranging in value from $300 to $23,000.
The Digital Doodle book is a coloring book that features artwork created by some of the big imaginations and talented artists in the Cayton family.
Funds will allow ShareWell to offer remote and outdoor arts program-ming for the entire community—free-of-charge—while museum doors are closed, while expanding the program into those neighborhoods where the societal disruption has only widened the achievement and poverty gap. Funds will also go to COVID-related museum upgrades that are critical to reopening the doors of the Cayton Children’s Museum. Help ShareWell be a source of gathering, healing and connection when this crisis is be-hind us.Donate Today
Susan & Robert Rovner
Susan and Robert Rovner are a Hollywood power couple with careers in television spanning over two decades.
Susan is currently Chairman, Entertainment Content for NBCUniversal’s Television and Streaming division where she is in charge of creative strategy across all of NBCU’s broadcast, cable and streaming platforms as well as first run syndication. She began her storied career as an agent at ICM, then segued into development, first in TV movies then moving to drama series development at Warner Brothers, where she ultimately rose to the role of President of Warner Bros. Television (WBTV).
During her 20-year career with WBTV, Rovner was instrumental in spearheading the company’s creative expansion while maintaining its position as an industry leader in production for the broadcast marketplace. During her tenure at the Studio, Rovner worked closely with highly influential producers such as Greg Berlanti, J.J. Abrams, Ava DuVernay, John Wells, Elizabeth Banks, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Mindy Kaling among others, while helping to develop dozens of hit shows including “Gossip Girl,” “Supernatural,” “The Mentalist,” and “The Vampire Diaries.” In total, Susan developed or oversaw 18 series that reached the 100-episode milestone.
Among Susan’s many accomplishments, she was honored in 2010 and 2017 by Girls Inc., where she has worked as a mentor and a fundraiser. She was also awarded the 2017 “Dream Keeper Award” from “I Have a Dream” Foundation and the 2019 Spirit of Humanity Award from Jewish Family Services. She is a graduate of Barnard University.
Robert is Executive Producer and Co-Showrunner of the CW’s “Supergirl,” which recently hit its 100-episode milestone and is the longest running female lead Superhero show in TV history. Rovner began his professional career in the mailroom at Hearst Entertainment, then segued into TV movie development. With his former writing and producing partner, Rovner spearheaded UK mega-producer ITV/Granada Media’s TV movie division in the US, writing two movies for them and setting up over 50 hours of network and cable programming.
In 2000, Rovner abandoned television movies to pursue series writing, landing a staff writer job on Joel Silver’s “Freedom.” From there, he produced the pilot “Eastwick,” based on John Updike’s “The Witches of Eastwick” for FOX, and the pilot “Speed,” based on the feature film. Since then, Rovner has worked exclusively in TV series, writing on such series as “Dallas,” “American Dreams,” and “Crossing Jordan,” where he served as executive producer and showrunner in its final season. He was also executive producer and showrunner on the Shonda Rhimes hit, “Private Practice.” Rovner is a graduate of Boston University and later matriculated for his law degree at UCLA School of Law.
Susan and Robert have been married since 1996 and have three wonderful children.
Chelsea & Kevin Washington
Kevin is an active member on the Board of Directors for his family-owned businesses, the Washington Companies, and an investor across the technology, consumer and real estate sectors. Kevin started his career with the asset management firm Batchelder & Partners in San Diego and subsequently worked at family-owned Montana Rail Link Inc., the largest privately-owned railroad in America. He is a founding partner of Aviation Partners in Seattle, which produces blended winglet technology for Boeing and several private aircraft manufacturers.
Chelsea is a proud member of the “Women’s Philanthropy Circle” at the Cayton Children’s Museum. For the last several years, Chelsea has been dedicated to enriching the lives of children through her work with Baby2Baby, her children’s schools and her involvement in significant charity efforts. Prior to her current community leadership roles, she was a professional model for 15 years.
Together, Kevin and Chelsea’s philanthropic leadership and commitment to giving back is transforming and strengthening nonprofits serving children, youth, young families and veterans. They, along with their three children, are the naming underwriters of the Art Studio at the Cayton Children’s Museum and have established The Kevin & Chelsea Washington Arts Access Fund to increase access to the arts. Kevin and Chelsea also hold advisory and leadership positions at the Boys and Girls Club of Montana, Team Rubicon and Baby2Baby. They both give passionately and are passing down the lessons of social responsibility and civic engagement to their young children.
Justin is the star and creator of the hit Netflix original series Magic for Humans. He's a regular guest on The Tonight Show, Ellen, and Conan. His online videos have logged over a 100 million views. And one time he performed at the White House for the Obama family.
The L.A. Times calls him, "A new breed of comic who's making magic cool again for grown-ups. " Playboy dubbed him, "The freshest and funniest magician working today." Time Out says his live show, "Has to be seen to be disbelieved."
Justin was born in St. Louis, lives in Los Angeles, and does not own a rabbit.
Thank you to
TEACH A MAN TO FISH FOUNDATION
VINCENT SMITH & VICTORIA FLAHERTY
CLANCY COLLINS WHITE & DEAN WHITE
MACERICH / SANTA MONICA PLACE
ANDREA & BARRY CAYTON
JENNIFER & CURTIS COHEN
JEAN E. HIDE-COHEN
ABAR FOUNDATION • ABC ENTERTAINMENT, FREEFORM, DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS, FX, & DISNEY CHANNELS • ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA • GREG BERLANTI & ROBBIE ROGERS • THE BRAUN FAMILY • ART & KATE COPPOLA • DELOITTE • THE DESSER GROUP AT J.P. MORGAN • EISNER, LLP • CARL & JENNIFER FREED • MARTIN GERO & MELISSA STETTEN • JON & PENNY GOLDWATER • IEQ CAPITAL • DEBBY KLEIN, MORT MARCUS & DEBMAR-MERCURY • DANA & RICHARD PACHULSKI • BILL PRADY & JESSICA QUELLER • THE RASMUSSEN FAMILY • THE ROVNER FAMILY • LARRY & REBEKAH SHUMAN
THE STANLEY & JOYCE BLACK FAMILY FOUNDATION • HEATHER & BEN BRAUN • CALPRIVATE BANK • COHEN FINANCIAL GROUP • MARK & JESSICA DIPAOLA • CRAIG ERWICH • VANESSA & DARRYL FRANK • GIBSON, DUNN & CRUTCHER • THE HAMMOND FAMILY- HALLE, OLIVER & HOLDEN • THE SYDNEY D. HOLLAND FOUNDATION • HUDSON PACIFIC PROPERTIES • ANDY KAPLAN & ALLISON WRIGHT • TOM & SANDY LALLAS • LIONSGATE • JAMIE MANDELBAUM & STEVE BYRNES • THE MEYERS FAMILY • PARAMOUNT PICTURES • RAFE PERY • JULIE PLEC • SUZANNE & DAVID ROBINSON • JANNELLE & BENYAMIN ROSS • ANDREA & GLENN SONNENBERG • GLORIA SHULMAN & CURTIS COHEN, CENTEK CAPITAL GROUP • THE SUDACKS • TED WAITT • RAYNI & BRANDEN WILLIAMS
JOAN BORINSTEIN & GARY GARTSMAN, MELANIE BORINSTEIN & JAKE VAN LEER • CCS FUNDRAISING • THE COMRIE FAMILY • DANIELLE & ADAM DEL DEO • FAKE EMPIRE • GREENBEAN VENTURES • KENDRA, TIERRA & PLEAS FERGUSON • SERA GAMBLE • TRACEY GLUCK • LARRY & STACEY KOHL • SALLY HIGHTOWER LIPPIN & DICK LIPPIN • MICHAEL & LORI MILKEN FAMILY FOUNDATION • MGM • MATT & CARINA MILLER • COURTNEY MIZEL • ESTHER NETTER & SETH SCHULWEIS • THE NEWMAN-WRIGHT FAMILY • OFFICEUNTITLED • DENISE & DANIEL PERLSTEIN & KIDS (DYLAN & SAMANTHA) • CHIP & CARRIE ROBERTSON • JANINE SHERMAN BARROIS & LYNDON BARROIS • SANDRA STERN • FERNANDO & NADINA SZEW • JANA WINOGRADE SANDLER & TODD SANDLER • RYAN & BRITA WALD
SUSAN & AARON AMSTER • SARAH AUBREY • ROY & BRINAH BANK • ANN BLANCHARD • NELSON CHAN • ERIC DOELLE • JODIE & STEVEN J. FISHMAN • HARRY & JUDY FREIDMAN • JEFFREY & LINDA GLASER • ARYEH & JUDY GOLDBERG • NICHOLAS GRAD & CAROYLN BERNSTEIN • LINDA GERSTEL & ED, KAYLA, SARAH & ADIN JOYCE • MICHAEL GRASSI • ICM PARTNERS • PATRICK HERNING • THE KOMBERG FAMILY • ROB WORD & LAURA LIZER • NIGEL LYTHGOE • HEIDI & JON MONKARSH & FAMILY • JULIE MONKARSH GADINSKY, LARRY FROCH, JONAH & ISAAC GADINSKY • PAULETTE & RON NESSIM PAULETTE & RON NESSIM • SHERRI NOURSE, AMBITION MEDIA • JAMES PARRIOTT & DIANE CARY • DIANE SHADER SMITH • ANNETTE & LEONARD SHAPIRO • THE SIEGA FAMILY • IRIS & MICHAEL SMITH • ROB THOMAS • SHERYL & JEFF WACHTEL
Alaska Airlines • Alexandra Nechita • Amy's Culinary Adventures • ARTHA Wellness • Aubrey Frantz • Beauty Heals Spa • Box Union • Carl Freed • Carolyn McGuire • Castaway Restaurant • Chris Schmitt Photography • Christopher Martin • Cuarantine Cooking Class & Cheez MD • Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows • Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea • Jaime and Andrew Schwartzberg • Jaimie Geller Jewlery • Jennifer Cohen • John Cornfield • Juan Bastos • Kate Coppola • Mark & Jessica Dipaola• Matt Hanover • Miles Regis • Neiman Marcus• Nelson J. Salon • Next Health • Nicolai Bergmann Flowers & Design • Pet Express • PRP Wine • Rialto Jean Project • Santa Monica Place • School of Rock Burbank • Sharewell • SHIFT by Dana Perri • Simple Feast • Stein Eriksen Residences • The Architect Next Door • The Lindsey Family • The Urban + The Mystic • Valerie Beverly Hills • Wally's
JEFF ASTROF • JANINE SHERMAN BARROIS • MAYIM BIALIK • ANN BLANCHARD • ANDREA & BARRY CAYTON • JENNIFER & CURTIS COHEN • BROOKE GRANT & MIKE COMRIE • ART & KATE COPPOLA • MARK & JESS DIPAOLA • ADAM & DANIELLE DEL DEO • JJ & ADELA DUDUM • KAREY BURKE & MICHAEL DUGGAN • CHANNING DUNGEY • SANDRA DEWEY • MICHAEL EISNER • CRAIG ERWICH • NANCY & TONY ETZ • VANESSA & DARRYL FRANK • CARL & JENNIFER FREED • KENDRA BRACKEN-FERGUSON & PLEAS FERGUSON • JEFF & LINDA GLASER • JON & PENNY GOLDWATER • TONY & TOBIE GONZALEZ • CAROLYN BERNSTEIN & NICK GRAD • LISA GREGORIAN • HALLE & OLIVER HAMMOND • BOB & MALIN HOFF • SYDNEY HOLLAND • RACHEL & BRIAN KAPLAN • ALEX VON FURSTENBERG & ALI KAY • MARK SUDACK & LAURA KATZENBERG • JARED POBRE & STACY KEIBLER • HOWARD KLEIN • KEVIN BEGGS & DIANNA LAU • GRACE BURR & CODY LEIBEL • LIZ & ZAC LEVINE • SALLY & DICK LIPPIN • DEBORAH KLEIN & MORT MARCUS • CADE & CHRISTINA MCNOWN • MATT MILLER • COURTNEY MIZEL • HEIDI & JON MONKARSH • JACQUELINE NELSON • ROB WRIGHT & KRISTIN NEWMAN • TINA PERRY & RIC WHITNEY • BILL PRADY & JESSICA QUELLER • JEFF RAKE • BRUCE & LESLIE RASMUSSEN • GREG BERLANTI & ROBBIE ROGERS • JANA WINOGRADE SANDLER & TODD SANDLER • ROBERTO AGUIRRE SACASA • LARRY & REBEKAH SHUMAN • VINNY & TORI SMITH • FERNANDO & NADINA SZEW • PAULINE MALCOLM-THORNTON • NOAH BREMEN & POLLYANNA URUENA • SHERYL & JEFF WACHTEL • TED & MICHELLE WAITT • RYAN & BRITA WALD • CORI WELLINS • MEGAN & ABER WHITCOMB • CLANCY COLLINS WHITE & DEAN WHITE • RAYNI & BRANDEN WILLIAMS • NICOLE CLEMENS & VAUN WILMOTT • ANDY KAPLAN & ALLISON WRIGHT
CARL FREED, Event Chair
KEVIN BEGGS • KAREY BURKE • ANDREA CAYTON • JENNIFER E. COHEN • CRAIG ERWICH • VANESSA & DARRYL FRANK • SYDNEY HOLLAND • ANDY KAPLAN • PAULINE MALCOLM-THORNTON • JAMES MANDELBAUM • COURTNEY MIZEL • JACQUELINE NELSON • SHERYL & JEFF WACHTEL • RAYNI ROMITO WILLIAMS
ANDY KAPLAN, BOARD CHAIR
SUSAN AMSTER • NATHANIEL BACH • KEVIN BEGGS • KENDRA BRACKEN-FERGUSON • TAMARA S. BRANDT • HEATHER BRAUN • KAREY BURKE • ANDREA CAYTON • JENNIFER E. COHEN • MARK DIPAOLA • CRAIG ERWICH • CARL FREED • RODNEY FREEMAN • ARYEH GOLDBERG • SUSAN GOLDSMITH • MATT HANOVER • SYDNEY HOLLAND • ANDY KAPLAN • LARRY KOHL • HEATHER LINDSEY • PAULINE MALCOLM-THORNTON • JAMES MANDELBAUM • ANDY MEYERS • COURTNEY MIZEL • DANA PACHULSKI • AASHIKA PATEL • RICHARD A. SMITH • FERNANDO SZEW • SHERYL WACHTEL • ADAM WALTUCH • RAYNI ROMITO WILLIAMS • GRANT WITHERS
2019 NICOLE CLEMENS • ART COPPOLA 2018 ANDREA & BARRY CAYTON • CRAIG ERWICH • SANDRA STERN 2017 CAROLYN BERNSTEIN & NICK GRAD • RAYNI & BRANDEN WILLIAMS 2016 DARRYL & VANESSA FRANK • AARON ROSENBERG • DANNY ROSE 2015 KAREY BURKE • JAMES MANDELBAUM 2014 DICK LIPPIN • ALLISON SHEARMUR 2013 DAVID MADDEN • MARGARET LOESCH • SANFORD MICHELMAN 2012 SHARON SACKS • DEBORAH KLEIN & MORT MARCUS • CARRIE LIEBERMAN 2011 ANDY KAPLAN • COURTNEY MIZEL • RICHARD SMITH • 2010 STEPHEN J. DAVIS • BARBARA PROBER 2009 KEVIN BEGGS • DANA PACHULSKI • JENNIFER WOOSTER 2008 JEFF WACHTEL • DR. CHARLES SOPHY 2007 MISSY HALPERIN • LINDA SIMENSKY 2006 RODNEY FREEMAN • WENDY MOSS KLEIN 2005 JENNA ADLER • DAN ADLER • JENNIFER E. COHEN 2004 MARK ITKIN • GLORIA & JERRY LUSHING 2003 BARBARA FISHER • CYNTHIA SIKES YORKIN 2002 ANDY HEYWARD • ARTHUR HILLER 2001 JEAN FRIEDMAN • GARY E. KNELL
Funds will allow ShareWell to offer remote and outdoor arts program-ming for the entire community—free-of-charge—while museum doors are closed, while expanding the program into those neighborhoods where the societal disruption has only widened the achievement and poverty gap. Funds will also go to COVID-related museum upgrades that are critical to reopening the doors of the Cayton Children’s Museum. Help ShareWell be a source of gathering, healing and connection when this crisis is behind us.Donate Today
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