Festival of Trees
Celebrate the holiday season with your local nonprofits!
New for 2022, Promise Place is hosting a Festival of Trees in New Bern to celebrate the holiday season and recognize the great work of all our local nonprofits! We’re partnering with the DoubleTree by Hilton to bring you a holiday celebration the likes of which you’ve never seen before!
Through the entire month of December (12/3-12/22), trees of all shapes, sizes, and styles will be displayed in the lobby of the New Bern DoubleTree located at 100 Middle Street in downtown New Bern. Stroll through the shops in downtown New Bern, attend Breakfast with Santa watch the Holiday Flotilla parade on the riverfront, and visit the DoubleTree hotel to view our trees, sponsored by the local non-profit organizations that call Eastern North Carolina home. All trees will be available for auction and will be available for pick up between Dec 22-26th.
Please see blow for additional information to support your local nonprofits! Have questions? Drop us a line at email@example.com
Click here for to download the Festival of Trees flyer!
Join in on the holiday fun!
Community members and organization supporters are invited to vote on the trees and the votes will be $1 per vote ($5=5 votes, $20=20 votes, $100=100 votes etc.). There is no limit on the number of votes you can use! All funds raised for the trees will be donated back to the correlating organization.
Place your votes here!
Decorate your home with a Winter Wreath this holiday season! We have wreaths available for presale now through Dec. 22.
We have 14” wreaths priced at $25 and 24” wreaths priced at $40. Additionally, we have bows priced at $10. Orders will be available for pick up at our main office starting Monday, Dec. 5th.
Browse our holiday wreaths and bows here!
Participating non-profit organizations!
Where hope and healing begins...
To build safer communities free of sexual violence and its impact through support, education and advocacy in Craven, Jones, and Pamlico counties.
Promise Place promotes change and healing through community outreach, trauma-informed advocacy, and trauma-focused mental health.
RCS is committed to addressing the basic needs of our community by providing food, clothing and shelter to those who need it most. We do this by:
· BUILDING a supportive community,
· ENGAGING people holistically, and
· EMPOWERING permanent life-change
Changing Lives and Loving Life
In life is to educate, help and provide services and products local, statewide, and global to families and individuals in need of assistant by offering shelter to stay, education, job training, and employment services.
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