Fundraising Events

The Tree House Child and Family Center is active within the community, both hosting events and fundraisers, as well as participating in other community events.
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2024 BLUE RIBBON DINNER & BINGO

Friday, April 5, 2024
Hawk's View Golf Club, Lake Geneva, WI

Join the Tree House Child and Family Center in April as part of Child Abuse Prevention & Family Strengthening Month at our annual Blue Ribbon Dinner & Bingo! This beloved community tradition will take place on Friday, April 5, 2024. Due to popular demand for this night of food, fun, raffles, and games, we are increasing capacity to a total of 300 guests—our largest attendance yet!

The theme of our 2024 Blue Ribbon Dinner & Bingo is “Famous & Fabulous,” with every guest encouraged to come in costume as their favorite artist, influencer, or celebrity (past or present, real or fictional) who has made headlines and set trends! Best costume wins a prize!

Dinner service is from 5:00-6:30pm, with games from 7:00-9:00pm.

Ticket price: $100/person. Each ticket includes dinner for one. Seats will be reserved. Only 300 tickets will be sold, and this event will sell out!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

AN EVENING AT THE DERBY

Saturday, May 4, 2024
The Outdoor Pavilion at Grand Geneva Resort & Spa, Lake Geneva

Experience the beauty of the Grand Geneva Outdoor Pavilion at An Evening at the Derby!
With proceeds supporting the child abuse prevention, education, and awareness mission of the Tree House Child and Family Center, this fun-filled evening will feature horse-race viewing, an elegant buffet dinner, Kentucky-themed cocktails, live music and dancing, friendly wagers, and auctions.

Prizes will be awarded for the Best Hat and Best Dressed!

This year’s event will celebrate the memory of long-time Tree House supporter Melita F. Grunow. We are also pleased to award the 2024 Tree House Memorial Scholarship in her honor!

TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE IN MARCH! To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please click here or call 262-755-8733!

If you would like to make a child abuse referral, please call

or your local law enforcement agency.