You are invited to become an Underwriter!
What is an Underwriter? Also known as a sponsor, Underwriters are generous community members who financially support Hiawatha Homes through the Festival of Trees.
Who can be an Underwriter? If you are interested, the answer is you! View the benefit grid below to learn more about the levels available.
Can I design my tree? Yes! We ask that you follow all Tree Designer Guidelines found here.
What else do I need to know? Please know that we appreciate the time you’re taking to inquire. We invite you to become an Underwriter to help us continue the important work of providing opportunities for individuals with disabilities to live safe, enriching, productive and fulfilling lives.
I want to learn more! Where should I look? Please find the links below to Frequently Asked Questions. As we count down to the event, we will be posting details in every way possible. Learn more, follow along and engage with us via this page, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Questions? Contact a member of the HH Foundation team at (507) 289-8683.
Bigelow & Lennon Construction, LLC
Lynn Roberts Foundation
Social Indoor of SE MN
Crossroads License Bureau
Accounting & Tax Associates, Inc.
Atlas Insurance Brokers, LLC
Tom & Julie Bittinger
Peter & Carol Carryer
Charlie’s Eatery & Pub
Brian Falbo & Lauren Kreimer
Reliable Medical Supply
First Alliance Credit Union
Merle Groteboer – RE/MAX Results of Rochester
Janet & Larry Johnson
Daniel & Sheila McNallan
Rodney D. Anderson Law Offices, LLC
The Boldt Company
Clark Stump Grinding
Kathy Davis & Family
Ellingson Insurance Group, LLC
Hilton Rochester Mayo Clinic Area
Ginger & David Holmes
Hunt Silver Lake Drug and Gift
Main Street Dental Clinics
Luther Park Place Motor Cars
Premier Bank Rochester
Ranfranz & Vine Funeral Home
Restovich and Braun & Associates
Ted W. Smith Insurance Services, Inc.
COVID-19: A Note from Hiawatha Homes Foundation
The Festival of Trees, a 35 year tradition in our local community, will look a little different this year. After weeks of discussion and scenario planning, the decision has been made to move forward with an off-site/virtual event. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will not be held at the Mayo Civic Center in 2020, but rather disbursed throughout the community and presented online.
Our team is hard at work, and you must know – the energy and innovation is contagious! We will be sure to update this page as our planning unfolds. One thing is certain, we will uphold our tradition to kick off the holiday season with our community, and together we will raise funds in support of individuals with disabilities!
We are a community and we are in this together!
Please contact us with ideas, feedback, questions and suggestions. After all, this is your event!