• Child in festive outfit in front of Christmas tree at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

BCCHF Festival of Trees at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

BCCHF Festival of Trees Nov. 23, 2023 – Jan. 1, 2024

A cherished community tradition, join us as the hotel lobby transforms into a holiday wonderland, all to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Join in the festive fun by donating to vote for your favourite tree!

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Festival of Trees
Presented by Scotiabank
When: November 23, 2023 – January 1, 2024
Where: Located in the Lobby, Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

A cherished community tradition for over 30 years, experience the magic of the holidays on display with the more than 30 uniquely adorned trees lining the hotel’s lobby. Each tree has been sponsored and decorated by local businesses, organizations, and individuals to raise funds for the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.  A family-friendly activity for all ages, everyone is encouraged to join in the festive fun to vote for their favourite tree!

To vote for your favourite tree or to make a $5, $10 or $20 donation, you can scan the QR code found on-site at Hotel Vancouver or follow this link .

Click to learn more about the BCCHF Festival of Trees

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