The Midcoast Tree Festival showcases the holiday spirit and generosity of the Greater Brunswick area community. The Festival brings together volunteers from across the Midcoast region who band together to create an event unlike any other. Not only does this event provide fun and laughter for all involved, it also allows opportunities for organizations and businesses to collaborate and perhaps most importantly, it also strengthens three of our most necessary community organizations, who in turn serve our area in diverse ways. It is an event that just keeps on giving.
Become a Tree Benefactor
Get involved by getting your
co-workers or organization to create a tree full of toys, presents and gift certificates!
Become a Wreath Benefactor
Holdiay cheer comes in all sizes. Donate $50. and sponsor one of the wreaths which are given away as door prizes at the Tree Festival!
Other Sponsorship Activities
There are many ways to help sponsor our event. We need help of all kinds and welcome your involvement. Please reach out to find out more!
1) COORDINATE A TREE: If you belong to an organization or work for a company which is not sponsoring a tree, try to gather people together and sponsor a tree. Small company? Join together with another business and do it together! Your organization will be listed among the sponsors of the even and you will get to know your co-workers in a different way while spreading some holiday cheer!
2) SPREAD THE WORD: Challenge other businesses or organizations to join you. Have a contest and see who can make the most amazing tree and have a party afterwards! Tell your neighbors about the Tree Festival and invite them. The more participation, the more we help our community.
3) GIVE TICKETS AS GIFTS: Own a business? Buy some tickets and encourage your employees to go down and enter the raffle ….its held outdoors and indoors, so everyone can feel safe participating!
4) BE AN ELF: Like to Volunteer? We need loads of help to set up, help during the event and break things down afterwards when all the lucky winners are carting away their treasures…
The proceeds of the Midcoast tree Festival are split between three organizations: St. John’s Parish, Bath-Brunswick Regional Chamber and Spectrum Generations. All three of these organizations serve the community in diverse ways. With your help and involvement, we can keep our community vibrant and strong!
All Saints Parish expresses faith through serving others with a common interest in providing for the diverse needs of the parish, as well as the varied needs of its greater community. Funds raised will provide resources for the parish grief support group, emergency assistance for fuel and housing and utilities for parish communities. Funds also offset expenses for St. John’s Catholic School including development of curriculum and supplies for its students.
Bath-Brunswick Regional Chamber (BBRC) represents businesses and individual members in 16 communities through marketing, promotions, advocacy, networking and innovative programs. Funds will support program development and creation through the chamber that advance community well-being, including “Chamber Works 2030,” which focusses on education, workforce development and workforce hiring needs. BBRC also supports paid-work study programs for students and business/community workgroups designed to tackle issues such as, affordable housing and the childcare access crisis.
Spectrum Generations is an Area Agency on Aging, with the mission to: promote and advance the well-being and independence of older and disabled adults, with the support of their care partners, to live in their community of choice. The non-profit organization offers a wide range of services including information and referral, options counseling, care partner support and home delivered meals through the Meals on Wheels program. This year alone, Spectrum Generations will prepare, package, deliver and serve nearly 331,000 meals to older and disabled adults.