Trees For Tomorrow seeks donors and sponsors for 75th anniversary gala fundraiser

EAGLE RIVER, Wis.— Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) will host its 75th Anniversary Gala Fundraiser on Saturday, March 2. Proceeds will support environmental science programs and provide access to these programs for all K-12 students through scholarship funds.
     The event will be held from 5-8:30 p.m. at the Rothschild Pavilion in Rothschild, Wis. Tickets include hors d’oeuvres, a plated dinner, live and silent auctions, raffles and a beer and wine cash bar. A beer tasting, hosted by representatives from Bull Falls Brewery, will take place from 5-6 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in their favorite lumberjack attire at this forester’s ball, or wear business-casual clothes.
    “We invite you to be part of our continuing legacy of environmental education through a donation, sponsorship or ticket purchase of our 75th Anniversary Gala Fundraiser,” said TFT Executive Director Robin Ginner. “Your generosity and attendance are a meaningful and important part of our event and will help increase dollars raised to support Trees For Tomorrow’s educational programming.”
Over the course of 75 years, Trees For Tomorrow has provided life-changing educational experiences to hundreds of thousands of students. For some, it determined their path to a rewarding career. For others, it uncovered a passion for conservation and wise use of our natural resources. For all who attend, it’s an eye-opening experience in the northwoods that connects them to forests, waters and wildlife, and gives them a perspective they otherwise would never have gained.
Tickets are $75 per person or sponsor a full table for eight for $1,750. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.
For more information on sponsoring, donating or registering for the event, contact Chantel Kuczmarski at 715-479-6456 or email events@treesfortomorrow.com. Additional information about Trees For Tomorrow’s 75th Anniversary Fundraiser Gala and full list of sponsorship benefits can be found at www.TreesForTomorrow.com.