2014 Featured Trees

December 25th

Alpha Xi Delta

This tree is decorated by sisters of the sorority to bring more awareness about autism and the national philanthropy, Autism Speaks.

December 24th

Asher College

Decorations on this tree represent the courses we study, the career paths we pursue, and the inspiration that helps us reach our goals as employer-ready graduates.

December 23rd

Santa Clara Christian School - Brown Bear Class Pre-K

The students in the Brown Bear class at Santa Clara Christian School made beautiful angels as ornaments for their tree.

December 22nd


This tree was decorated with circuit board project kits that were hand soldered by dc408 members and their families.

December 21st

Brownie Troop 61994

Paper dolls dressed in Girl Scout and Girl Guide uniforms from different countries celebrate Girl Scouts and Girl Guides around the world.

December 20th

Abbott, Stringham & Lynch

Pictures of friends, family, and clients of the staff who are affected by cancer adorn this tree.

December 19th

Team-M Taekwondo

This Gold Medal tree commemorates the team's latest achievements where 17 of the 18 team members earned a medal at the 2014 World Taekwondo Championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

December 18th

Salas O'Brien

Decorations on this tree are made from e-waste items from their office, including coffee brewing cups.

December 17th

Downtown Streets Team

Hand-painted plastic cups decorate this tree, representing the debris and trash homeless men and women in the program remove from city streets across the Bay Area.

December 16th

Girl Scouts of Northern California Got Choices Program

Girls from the Got Choices program handmade their ornaments, showing off their dedication to the program.

December 15th

College of Adaptive Arts

Ornaments on this tree represent the schools of study and departments at the College of Adaptive Arts, and the school mascot, the Cardinal.

December 14th

HOPE Services

Senior citizens from HOPE Services expressed their creativity through painted CDs, bottlecap snowmen, and bead garlands decorations for their tree.

December 13th

Natoma Nation

Recycled and handmade picture ornaments on this tree honor our military, troops, and veterans.

December 12th

Santa Clara Parents Nursery School

Children's hand prints decorate these snowmen and reindeer tree decorations, topped with a picture of their nursery school.

December 11th

Yew Chung International School

Animals around the world is the theme for this bilingual K-2 Mountain View school's tree, making connections between Social Studies, Science, and the Earth.

December 10th

Humanist Community - Silicon Valley

Pictures of Humanists on this tree have contributed towards building a better world of freedom of thought, progress for helping humanity achieving better lives and the importance of the individual.