Benefiting Children’s Services at St. George Regional Hospital

Since 1983, the Jubilee of Trees event has historically brought together parts of Utah, Arizona, and Nevada in holiday celebration to raise funds for the advancement of medical services at Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital.

This festive event is open to the public and showcases beautifully adorned Christmas trees and wreaths created by local designers, businesses, and community groups that are available for auction.

The Jubilee of Trees Gala dinner and live auction is one of St George’s premier social and philanthropic events of the year you won’t want to miss!

Cause Area

What if you could ensure young people suffering from depression and other mental health conditions could get the support they need to thrive and lead happy, healthy lives?

The Intermountain West, like much of the nation, is experiencing a pediatric mental health crisis. Utah teens exceed the national average in rates of depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently confirmed that the state’s youth suicide rate had more than doubled, growing four times faster than the national average.

Fast Facts

  • Suicide is the leading cause of death for Utah youth ages 10 to 17.
  • One in six children in this age range have at least one treatable mental health disorder.
  • It’s estimated that 40 percent of children who have depression are not getting care.

Your donation makes a difference.

Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital has added several mental and behavioral health resources for children, with care available in clinics and via TeleHealth. The hospital is also working to create a partial hospitalization program that will include more intensive therapies for kids who need them, without an inpatient hospital stay. Everything we raise from this year’s Jubilee of Trees, from ticket sales to designer trees to sponsorships, will support this program, expected to open next year.

How to Participate

The Jubilee of Trees is a yearlong effort, thanks to the dedication of hundreds of volunteers. Opportunities to get involved in 2023 will be live soon.

About the Event

To benefit Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital and the advancement of Children’s services in southern Utah.

Start your Thanksgiving off right with family and friends, a perfect way to get in the holiday spirit.

This event will showcase:

  • Silent Auction
  • Beautifully adorned 7’-9’ Designer Trees
  • Beautifully adorned 4’-6’ Enchanted Forest Trees
  • Wreaths
  • Mini Trees
  • Bakery & Sweet Shoppe
  • Handcrafters Guild
  • Kid’s Shoppe
  • Visit with Santa
More information will be available July 1, 2023. For additional questions, please contact


Sponsorship Opportunities

More information to come on 2023 sponsorship opportunities.