Intermountain Foundation holds fundraising events that support Intermountain Healthcare hospitals, research, programs, and medical equipment.

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Holiday Quilt Show and Auction | November 2024

From its humble beginnings in 1983 as several women who valued the rich cultural heritage of quilt making organized the first Quilt Show, to today, the Holiday Quilt Show and Auction is one of the last remaining all-hand-quilted quilt shows in the United States. Everything we raise from the 2024 Holiday Quilt Show and Auction will support the Grant Scott Bonham Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital.
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Jubilee of Trees | November 18, 2023 – November 21, 2023

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. Everything we raise will benefit Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital and the advancement of surgical services in southern Utah.
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Festival of Trees | November 28 – December 2, 2023

A magical holiday tradition celebrating children’s health in our Utah community, the 2023 Festival of Trees will take place at the Mountain America Exposition Center. Incredible community volunteers create and donate the most beautiful holiday decorations including extravagant trees, stunning wreaths, hand-crafted gingerbread houses, and much more to be bid on in a silent auction. Everything we raise during the Festival supports the children at Primary Children’s Hospital.
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KSL Give-A-Thon | Fall 2023

The KSL Give-A-Thon will be broadcast live from the KSL Broadcasting station on KSL TV and Radio throughout the entire day to raise money for Primary Children’s Hospital.