Join us at the Festival of Giving!

The Magic Valley Festival of Giving is a multi-day event where businesses and the community come together to raise funds for 30+ LOCAL nonprofits. Title Sponsors of this grass-roots fundraising event are Farmers Bank and Fleur de Lis Ranch.

The Festival of Giving was formed due to the overwhelming need to assist local nonprofits in the Magic Valley. It is a fundraiser for multiple Nonprofits rather than a single charity and helps neglected children, abused animals, injured veterans, those in crisis, and many more. 

The 8th annual Festival of Giving kicks off at Fleur-de-lis Ranch with the Gala of Giving, Friday, November 22, and the general exhibition running Saturday, November 23, through Monday, November 25. Together, individual donors and local non-profits decorate trees and wreaths that are auctioned off at the Gala of Giving.

The goal of this event is to give back to the Magic Valley as a whole. With the combined participation of the public and many charities, not one, but many, benefit from the Festival making it a win-win for everyone by touching the lives of many.

Festival of Giving Mission: To Raise Money for Local Nonprofits during their greatest season of need.

The Magic Valley Festival of Giving will take place at Fleur de Lis Ranch, 3477 N. 2900 E. in Twin Falls.

General exhibition hours are Saturday, November 23 from 9 am – 5 pm; Sunday, November 24 from Noon – 5 pm; and Monday, November 25 from 10 am – 4 pm

Schedules

  • Occurs Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Venue

Fleur de Lis Ranch

3477 N. 2900 E.
Twin Falls, ID 83301

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