Donate a Tree

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One lucky winner at home with her tree!

Anyone¬†can enter a tree ūü饬†in the Festival. Many trees are entered to honor loved ones who have died. All trees help to raise funds to battle cancer. Last year there were¬†almost 100 beautifully decorated, artificial Christmas trees. Each had its own unique and often untraditional theme. Trees must be at least 3 feet tall. Trees of a less traditional nature are encouraged. If you, your family, your workplace, or your group would like to participate, then please contact Marni Treitman at 774-289-5365 no later than November 10, 2017 for an application.¬†¬†You can fill out an¬†On-Line Application or print and mail our¬†Tree Participation Form¬†¬†to Marni Treitman at 97 Paradise Lane, Fiskdale, MA 01518.

Guidelines for Participation in The Festival of (Giving) Trees

  • The trees must be artificial and have a tree stand.
  • Lights on the trees are encouraged and a complimentary tree skirt is welcome.
  • Trees and stands must be new.
  • You must be able to place and decorate the tree at LaSalle Hall (Notre Dame) during the scheduled tree set-up time.
  • Set up is Wednesday, November 29th¬†¬†between noon and 7:00 pm.
  • The Committee is looking for a diversity of tree heights. In view of this, a business or organization must have a tree at least 6 feet in height. Taller trees are welcome. Individuals who are decorating a tree must use a tree at least 3 feet high.
  • Please bring original tree boxes and/or bags to leave for the winner to use to remove their tree.
  • Decorations for the trees should reflect a holiday theme and/or a theme which reflects the work or activity that the organization is involved in.
  • All questions regarding decorations should be directed to Marni Treitman at 774-289-5365.
  • All decorated trees donated and exhibited at The Festival will be raffled off on Sunday.
  • During the week, raffle tickets will be sold to raise money for our beneficiaries – Silent Spring Institute, the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and The Cancer Center at Harrington Hospital.