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Giving Tree Village will light up Davidson’s 12 Days of Christmas

Oct. 15. Because of  ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, specifically those limiting outdoor gatherings, Christmas in Davidson will look a lot different for 2020.

Details are being worked out for this year’s 12 Days of Christmas, which will run December 1-12 during normal business hours.

The Rotary Club of Davidson’s Giving Tree Village will light up the Davidson Town Green,  continuing the Rotary Club of Davidson’s fundraising tradition for non-profits.

The Town of Davidson will still have strolling carolers, Santa driving through town and Davidson businesses will be festive for the 12 Days of Christmas theme. 

 There won’t be any vendor tents or carriage rides, and the street won’t be blocked off. 

 Christmas in Davidson is traditionally held the first Thursday, Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving with attendance estimated at 25,000.

Christmas in Davidson is traditionally held the first Thursday, Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving with attendance estimated at 25,000.

Last year the Rotary Club of Davidson’s Giving Tree Village was viewed by thousands of patrons and the group sold 15,995 tickets for votes that helped raise $30,000 for 60 charities.  

A tree sponsorship is $250. Sponsors select a non-profit of their choice to support. 

Rotary Club of Davidson suggests choosing a local charity/non-profit. 

Details: 

—Business and  non-profit’s name appear on www.givingtreevillage.com during the event with picture of tree.

—Business and non-profit’s name on signage at the tree during Christmas in Davidson for patrons to view from December 10-12.

—QR code on each tree will allow for 100% online giving throughout the 12-day event.

For  information or to secure your sponsorship visit: GivingTreeVillage.com

 

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