How can I attend the Capital Conservation Awards Dinner in Washington, DC?
Tickets can be purchased for the event here.
Where will the event be held?
The event will be held at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Please use the G Street entrance (the address for your GPS is 440 G Street NW, Washington, DC).
What is the dress code?
Dress is business or "festive" attire. Men are typically in suits; women are typically in suits or a knee-length dress.
Is valet available?
Yes, valet is available at the National Building Museum at a rate of $20 per car. Please use the G Street entrance (the address for your GPS is 440 G Street NW, Washington, DC).
Where is the closest hotel?
To see a list of hotels near the National Building Museum, click here.
Will there be any COVID-19 protocols?
All guests must follow Washington-DC COVID-19 protocols as of May 4. We will update this website with more information as the event draws nearer.
Update 5.2.22: there are not currently any COVID-related requirements to enter the National Building Museum, but just in case of a last minute change, we encourage all guests to have the following on hand: a facemask and a photo of your vaccine card (and/or negative result of a COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours).
Will the event be livestreamed?
No, this year's Capital Conservation Awards Dinner will not be livestreamed.
How do I participate in the online silent auction?
The TRCP's exciting online silent auction will open for bidding on April 13 and will close at 8:30pm ET on May 4. Click here to view the auction. You must be registered to participate. Registration is easy: just click Sign In or Register in the top right-hand corner of this page. From there, click "Register" and follow the prompted directions.
How do I pay for my item once I win?
We require that you put a credit card on file when bidding on items for an easy check out. When the auction closes, you'll get a text message with instructions on how to remit payment. If you prefer to pay by check to avoid credit card processing fees, please reach out to Rees Wilson for information on how to send in your payment.
How do I retrieve or arrange my auction item/experience?
TRCP staff will contact you following the auction with all the pertinent information you need to know for next steps in fulfilling your auction win. Keep an eye on your email inbox! Shipping charges may apply.
How can I share the auction with my friends?
Direct friends and family to www.trcp.org/ccad2022 so they can register and bid online.
Is there a sweepstakes?
Yes! There will be some great items up for grabs in our sweepstakes, including a grand prize of a Michigan turkey hunt with MeatEater's Steve Rinella and Janis Putelis in Spring 2023. The entry period for the sweepstakes will begin on March 21 and end on April 27, and is open to all U.S. residents over the age of 18. Click here for more information.
Is there a live auction?
There will not be a live auction this year.
What do funds raised at this event support?
All proceeds from the Capital Conservation Awards Dinner support the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission of guaranteeing all Americans quality places to hunt and fish. To learn more about TRCP, visit www.trcp.org.
Please direct any other questions to Jenni Henry at firstname.lastname@example.org.