The Summit Charter School Foundation is excited to introduce the Cashiers Festival of Trees, a new fundraising event to benefit the school and nonprofits across the Cashiers-Highlands plateau.
The Cashiers Festival of Trees is a multi-day, family-friendly event featuring beautifully decorated trees, wreaths, décor items, children’s crafts, holiday performances, and activities.
The holiday event aims to bring together families, nonprofits, businesses, and individuals to celebrate the holiday season with one-of-a-kind shopping and fun programming for all ages.
The two-day Festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 26, and Saturday, Nov. 27 at the Summit Center, 370 Mitten Lane in Cashiers.
Tickets cost $5 for adults, $1 for ages 5-18, and children under 5 years old get in free.
To purchase tickets, click HERE.
While raising money for the school is the primary focus of the event, the SCS Foundation has decided to spread the holiday spirit of giving; when a nonprofit decorates a tree or wreath, 20% of the item’s sale goes back to the participating nonprofit, creating a collaborative initiative to benefit fellow charities and their causes. Supporting the entire community is important to SCS Foundation’s cause and the school’s overall mission.
Other ways to help
Become a benefactor: Benefactor Packages range from $100 to $10,000+ and the levels can be viewed and purchased HERE. Supporters can also mail a check payable to the Summit Charter School Foundation, P.O. Box 2493, Cashiers, NC, 28717.
Purchase individual tickets: Individual tickets are now available and can be purchased online HERE, or at the Cashiers Farmers Market, Cashiers Valley Pharmacy, the Cashiers Chamber of Commerce, Summit School’s front office, and Oakleaf in Highlands. Tickets can be used for entry on both days.
Become a Corporate Sponsor: Marketing exposure for corporate sponsors reaches thousands, spans across the region, and is diverse. View corporate sponsorship packages HERE.
Volunteer: The Cashiers Festival of Trees would not be possible without the support of our dedicated volunteers. With a variety of events and jobs available, this a great way to contribute to the community. To volunteer, click HERE.
Can’t attend, but want to support: Those unable to attend but still want to give back to school children and the community, consider making a 100% tax-deductible donation to The Giving Tree by clicking HERE, or you can bid virtually HERE.
Article and photo courtesy of Summit Charter School