TREEFOLKS PROUDLY PRESENTS

The 3rd Annual Root Ball Gala

Join us for an evening beneath the majestic trees of Springdale Farm for cocktails, silent auction, and seated dinner at acclaimed restaurant Eden East. Featuring the sounds of Aunt Ruby’s Sweet Jazz Babies.

We are proud to honor Ann Kitchen, Austin City Council; Scott Roberts, Owner of The Salt Lick; The Jacob and Terese Hershey Foundation; and Mary Ann Neely, TreeFolks Board President of 15 years.

APRIL 19, 2017
Reception 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.

EDEN EAST
755 Springdale Road
Austin, Texas  78702

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SPONSOR LEVELS

$5,000 – $2,500 – $1,500 – $750

Sponsor Benefits Packet

Tickets & Sponsor Packages
Name of Sponsor
Individual Tickets are $100

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS TO BE AVAILABLE IN EARLY APRIL, PENDING AVAILABILITY

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT ERIN GURAK AT ERIN@TREEFOLKS.ORG OR (512) 443-5323.

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Loblolly Sponsor

Mulberry Sponsor

The Rose Family
Mindy Vescovo

Redbud Sponsor

 
John Donisi & Hon. Gina Hinojosa
Larry & Deborah Peel
Perry Lorenz
Mike Cannatti and Ann Phipps

Thank you to additional supporters

Frederick, Parales, Allmon, & Rockwell, PC

In-Kind Sponsor

Sugar Mama’s Bakery
 

Live Auction

Live auction emcee Oliver Steck, 2017 Austin Music Award Winner, will present:
– a guitar signed by Willie Nelson
– getaways to South Padre Island and Ruidoso, New Mexico
– a pair of VIP passes to ACL Music Festival Weekend 1 (October 6-8, 2017)

Bid online now in our silent auction!

Bidding will close at 12 PM on April 19.

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Since 1989, TreeFolks has planted and helped care for trees in Central Texas schools, parks, in medians, right of ways, community gardens, and greenbelts.

These trees preserve the Central Texas environment by cooling the air, cleaning and preserving our precious water, sheltering us from the hot Texas sun, and by providing a shaded sense of place that fosters a healthy, connected community.

In 2017 we proudly celebrated the planting of our 2 millionth loblolly pine sapling in Bastrop County. We are in a five-year project to reforest along a 61-mile stretch of the Blanco River in Hays County that was devastated in the 2015 Memorial Day Floods.

We thank you for investing in your urban forests. You are truly making a difference in the health and sustainability of Central Texas.