ABOUT THE FESTIVAL OF TREES:
For twenty-three years the annual Good Will-Hinckley Festival of Trees has been a key event and holiday tradition for families in Central Maine. Year after year our community comes through to ensure the ongoing success of this magical event.
Though the event takes place in December, our planning happens all year long and there are lots of ways you can get involved. We invite you to become a part of this event and tradition by viewing the opportunities below.
Please click here for a printable list of events for the week!!
We are currently looking for volunteers to help us solicit items for our raffle and auction, find sponsors and decorations, plan new events during the week, and to volunteer the week of. If you are interested please call Barbara at 207-238-4281 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
DECORATE A TREE:
Beautifully decorated, trees with unique designs are the hallmark of this week long event. Come be a part of the magic by decorating your own. If you have any questions about decorating please call Barbara at 207-238-4281 or by email at email@example.com. View our 2015 Decorators here...
We invite you to support this community tradition with one of our exciting sponsorship packages. With your sponsorship you not only support this well respected family event, but you also help students in Maine find the futures they hoped for. To learn more about how your business can be seen by thousands of people contact Michelle at 207-238-4280 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thousands of community members, businesses, schools and group homes visited us in December, 2014 to take part in our annual Festival of Trees event. To see everyone come together and support our students was nothing short of amazing. From sponsors, to decorators, to greeters, to donating items, everyone's help was a testament of their support for our students current and future success. From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!
Read about the 2014 Festival of Trees in the local paper by clicking here...