Holiday in the Tre is a family-oriented, fun-filled event that is free to the public. Join us as we celebrate
this year's event virtually on our social media platforms. It will include entertainment and a virtual
Christmas Tree lighting for the whole family to enjoy! Your investment in the community
through this sponsorship will help ensure the success of this event.
Logo placement on digital sponsor banners and listings
Logo placement on website
Sponsor acknowledgement during virtual event
Click Below For
2020 Virtual Holiday in the Tre Sponsorship Opportunities
SCHEDULE + DETAILS
Tune in on Saturday, December 12, 2020 @ 2:00 pm on our social media platforms, Facebook and YouTube, to join in the festivities! @EPConservancy
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
AS OF 10/15/20
Emancipation Park was founded in 1872 by formerly enslaved African Americans led by Reverend Jack Yates, Richard Allen, Richard Brock, and Reverend Elias Dibble. These men, along with members of the Third and Fourth Ward communities, gathered $800 to purchase the ten acres of land and celebrate their freedom. In 2013, the park underwent a $33.6 million renovation and later reopened in June 2017.Several public private partnerships, and the community worked to revitalize the greenspace to allow for more economic and sustainable opportunities. Emancipation Park Conservancy, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable corporation, was established in 2014 to restore, manage, and enhance Emancipation Park. Its purpose is to create an open space of environmental and community excellence while continuing to preserve the park’s integrity and historical roots. Its goal is to transform the park into one of the nation’s premier landmark destinations through capital initiatives, operational improvements, strategic partnerships, programming and special events.
For more information about Emancipation Park Conservancy, visit www.epconservancy.org.