Spectacle of Trees: JFK Museum

Spectacle of Trees


The 2015 Spectacle of Trees event was simply, Spectacular. 

We had the donor drawing on Saturday night, December 12th, outside the JFK Museum. The weather was perfect and we had two winning donors in attendance.

All winning donors were contacted after the drawing and all the Trees were picked up on Sunday afternoon. For security reasons, we do not post the names or contact information of our winning donors.



Altantic White Shark Conservancy

 $ 7,010

Calmer Choice

 $ 17,055

Cape Cod Baseball League

 $ 2,055

Cape Cod Center for Women

 $ 6,900

Cape Cod Charitable FunRaisers

 $ 5,015

Cape Cod Literacy Council

 $ 3,895

Champ Homes

 $ 925

Children's Cove

 $ 13,056

Gosnold on Cape Cod

 $ 1,551

Habitat for Humanity

 $ 11,170

Hyannis Kiwanis

 $ 7,065

Hyannis West PTO

 $ 8,045

Katelynn's Closet

 $ 13,680

Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod

 $ 16,941

Marstons Mills Public Library

 $ 10,810

Mashpee Kiwanis

 $ 6,550

National Marine Life Center

 $ 13,460

Ovarian Cancer 101

 $ 13,240

Safe Harbor

 $ 11,795

JFK Foundation

 $ 1,000


 $ 171,218


Final results are in and the 2015 Spectacle of Trees event broke last years record of $139,000. This years event raised $171,218.00 for our 19 very deserving beneficiaries.

If you were a sponsor, item donor, volunteer or Tree Buck purchaser, we want the gratefully thanbk you for getting involved, Thank You!

We had 19 amazing organizations taking part in the Spectacle of Trees this year.  To learn more about any of the organizations, click on their name or scroll down to purchase Tree Bucks to support them and earn a chance to take home the tree and all that comes with it.  100 percent of the money donated goes to the organization you select. 

Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, Calmer Choice, Cape Cod Baseball League, Cape Cod Center for Women, Cape Cod Charitable FunRaisers, Cape Cod Literacy Council, Champ Homes, Children's Cove, Gosnold on Cape Cod, Habitat for Humanity- Cape Cod, Hyannis Kiwanis, Hyannis West PTO, Katelynn's Closet, Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod, Marstons Mills Public Library, Mashpee Kiwanis, National Marine Life Center, Ovarian Cancer 101, Safe Harbor

Thank you for your support!  


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Maybe you are unable to join us for the event but would still like to support a rider, team or beneficiary? If this is the case, please visit our "Donations" page! From there you will be able to make a secure and confidential contribution in the name of a rider, bowler or beneficiary. As with all of CCCF Inc. events, your donation is 100% tax deductible, and 100% of your donation will be directed to the person or agency of your choice.  If you prefer to support a particpant by check, please make the check out to CCCF and mail to: PO Box 362, Centerville Ma. 02632.

If mailing a check, please remember to add the participant/team or beneficiary in the memo section in order that we properly allocate your donation, thank you!



"To Whom it may concern: I have been participating in Cape Cod Charitable Funraiser events for the last 16 years in a row. Mostly, the Last Gasp bike ride, but I have also attended most of the awards ceremonies and opening events as well. I find CCCF produces the most well organized charity events I have ever had the pleasure to participate in. I have participated in other bike rides, and the issue I have most (with all of them except CCCF) is that we never know how much of the monies raised actually end up going to the charity. With CCCF, we know UP FRONT that all the money goes to the cause. That's phenomenal! Also, the Last Gasp is run like a fine watch; everything has gone smoothly, with all the sponsers, the events themselves; not easy when you coordinate an entire day's events subject to mother nature. This is a three-legged event that is no small challenge to put together. I do not generally give donations to charities unless I can participate in the event. For the Last Gasp, you are "in" from the beginning, from registration, to fund raising, and of course, the ride itself. The ride is an all-day event; 5 hours for the ride. But the boat ride back and the clam bake are what really make it an entire event. In fact, more time is spent thanking everyone for their participation then the ride itself. Well beyond the monies raised by the event, it's the most fun you can have in a day. When the weather is good, the bike ride is pleasant enough, the boat ride back is very scenic (and festive) and the clam back is an authentic Cape Cod way to wind down a glorious day. Everyone participates, all have fun, and for a great cause. It's a wonderful thing; raising money for people in need right here on the Cape. And it all started with three guys on a last minute whim to ride to P-town at the end of the summer. What a tribute. Well run and a lot of fun! Best, -- Mark Burgess Shorefront Consulting Professional Services On Land or At Sea"
- Mark Burgess

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