12th Annual Festival of Trees

Private in-person and virtual celebration to benefit Kids in Focus

The Greater Equality Chamber of Commerce presents the 12th Annual Festival of Trees  At Home for the Holidays A Virtual Affair on Dec. 1-4.

Private, in-person preview nights are available Dec. 1 – 3, and the big virtual celebration will be held on Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m – 7:30 p.m.

The event features one dozen trees donated by local organizations, GPECC members and designers. Trees will be auctioned and raffled throughout the evening and delivered to winners following the event.

This year’s festival will benefit Kids in Focus, a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving at-risk youth the chance to see themselves and the world in a new light. Kids in Focus provides children essential life skills to make the shift from surviving to thriving.

“2020 has been a year of struggle like no other and that is why it is so very important for everyone to come out and support our chamber’s biggest annual fundraiser of the year,” says event chair David Twigger of GPECC.  “All the money raised at this year’s Festival of Trees will go back to helping to a number of local charities, in addition it supports all our GPECC goals in building an infrastructure to better serve the community.”  

For more information, or to purchase tickets for the event or Travel Raffle (winners need not be online at time of raffle), contact David Twigger at david@vermilionevents.com or visit festivaloftreesphoenix.org.

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