Frontline: Estes Chamber announces Giving Tree Project

The purpose of the Estes Chamber may be to connect business to the community, but we also pride ourselves on supporting our community and helping people thrive in any way we can. This year, that mission comes giftwrapped! We’ve added a special edition to our annual gala – a giving tree. We’re partnering with Bright Christmas to collect gifts for families in need in the Estes Valley.

We encourage all business owners, residents, and self-proclaimed holiday elves to stop by the Estes Chamber office (533 Big Thompson Ave Suite 103) between now and December 5th to select a tag from our Giving Tree. Gift wishes include everything from $10 Dominoes gift cards, LEGO, and Barbies, to $50 grocery gift cards, and much more. You may drop off your new, unwrapped gift at the gala event on December 8th. If, for some grinch-like reason you were to miss the gala, gifts can be left with the capable Chamber Elves to deliver to Bright Christmas.

“We want to make this a unique and festive community event,” said Chamber Executive Director Colleen DePasquale. “We’re excited to also give-back to the community with a Giving Tree for gala goers to leave a new, unwrapped gift for a child in need, or to place a cash donation for the Chamber Elves to purchase something special for a local child for the holidays. It’s one more way to make the season special for our residents.”

For all the details about the Chamber’s Casino Royal themed Gala – which will include casino tables, a silent auction, dinner, and much more, thanks to our wonderful sponsors, including Bank of Colorado – search “gala” on the event calendar or log-on to

Tickets are $75 for members and $100 for non-members.

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