Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) reminds alumni, friends and supporters that Monday, Feb. 18, is the last day to register for its 75th anniversary Forester’s Ball Gala Fundraiser slated for Saturday, March 2. 

The event will be held from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the Rothschild Pavilion in Rothschild and will 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 to 6 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in lumberjack attire at this forester’s ball or wear business-casual clothes.

“We want to do something extra special in celebration of our diamond anniversary, and we invite friends and supporters to be a part of our continuing legacy of environmental education,” said Robin Ginner, TFT executive director.

“Eat, drink and be giving at this fun, lumberjack-themed event. Funds raised at the gala make it more affordable for schools to bring students to our campus and experience the unique environment of northern Wisconsin. This experience is very important because it gives students a perspective they otherwise would never have gained and prepares them to be responsible stewards of our Earth,” added Ginner.

Proceeds will support environmental science programs and provide access to these programs for all kindergarten through 12th-grade students through scholarship funds.

Tickets for the 75th anniversary Gala Fundraiser cost $75 per person. Anyone unable to attend this event can still donate to TFT via website, in person or by telephone.

For more information on sponsoring, donating or registering for the event, call Chantel Kuczmarski at (715) 479-6456 or email events@treesfortomorrow.com.

For more information about TFT’s 75th anniversary Gala Fundraiser and full list of sponsorship benefits, visit treesfortomorrow.com.

Over the course of 75 years, TFT has provided life-changing educational experiences to hundreds of thousands of students. 

TFT’s vision includes increasing the number of students served to 10,000 per year, providing scholarships to schools in need and making sure all students in the upper Great Lakes have the ability and opportunity to come to its Eagle River campus.