Festival of Trees

Victoria

Helping kids fulfill their biggest dreams

 

The 29th Annual Festival of Trees Victoria

This year’s Festival of Trees will be held in the Bay Centre from November 19, 2020 – January 5, 2021. This is a chance to showcase your brand while letting the community know you stand behind the only children’s hospital in the province.

Your support will help provide the best care imaginable for sick and injured kids from across the province, including the 3,300 kids from Vancouver Island who visit BC Children’s Hospital each year for specialized care they often can’t get anywhere else.

 

About Festival of Trees Victoria

Festival of Trees is a cherished community tradition and has become the unofficial kick-off to the holiday season in Victoria, serving our community for the last 28 consecutive years. Beginning on November 19, the Bay Centre will be transformed into a lush forest of beautifully decorated trees to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, all thanks to sponsors, local businesses, organizations and individuals. Guests can bring their loved ones, marvel in the magic of Victoria’s community spirit and vote for their favourite tree.

Bay Centre Victoria Logo

Interested in participating and decorating a tree? By becoming a Festival of Trees sponsor, not only do you support the only children’s hospital in British Columbia, *NEW* for 2020, you also receive a complimentary Engagement Toolkit designed to help you use Festival of Trees to increase engagement with your customers, employees and your network.

For more information, view the sponsorship package for Festival of Trees Victoria here.

In addition to our signature Festival of Trees in Victoria, local communities around the province are also participating including locations in Vancouver, Nanaimo, Sooke and Kelowna this holiday season.

For information on participating Festival of Trees events, please contact Shaun Cerisano a scerisano@bcchf.ca.

FOT photo 2019 Remy at tree

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