Non-profit organizations are invited to participate in the Park City Rotary Club’s Giving Tree Festival, back again after a successful holiday season debut last year. The Giving Tree Festival is an annual auction of beautifully designed holiday trees benefiting local non-profit organizations in Summit County. The Festival’s annual Parade of Trees at local host businesses will take place November 18 through December 3, 2016.
Any Summit County non-profit interested in taking part can register online through Friday, October 14. Participating non-profits will each create a tree or other holiday item, as well as find a local business to host the tree during the Parade of Trees. Non-profits may find a sponsor to cover expenses and provide swag to entice higher bids.
Click to Register Your Tree – it’s free!
There is no fee for registration, with each participating non-profit receiving 90% of the online auction winning bid and the non-profit winning the most votes for the People’s Choice award receiving 5% of the total online winning bids.
Park City Rotary Club will host an online auction will begin at noon on November 18, running through Friday, December 2. A community celebration will be held Saturday, December 3.
Proceeds will benefit local non-profits. Each holiday item is unique, crafted with love and care, oftentimes decorated with special bonuses. It’s a fun way for the community to kick-off the holiday season while benefiting important local causes.
For more information on The Giving Tree Festival, checkout details at www.givingtreefestival.org.
The Park City Rotary Club is a community service organization comprised of community and business leaders who engage in activities to give back to Park City and the global community. Founded in 1980, the club has around 100 members and is a part of Rotary International. Among its many activities is the management of Park City’s annual Miner’s Day festival every Labor Day. The club organizes a wide range of annual fundraisers benefiting local causes and international outreach programs, granting over $1 million since its inception. Long known as one of the most innovative and fun clubs in Utah, Park City Rotary Club was named Utah Rotary Club of the Year in 2014.