Charity Booth Information
The Festival’s non-profit food booths annually average from $3,000 to $40,000 each for their organization. Returning again to ring up high sales will be Job’s Daughters Bethel 212 offering whipped cream-topped piles of glazed strawberries paired with shortcake or ice cream or both. Their specialty, Strawberry Shortcake Supreme, every year brings long lines of patient and determined patrons. The Garden Grove Boys and Girls Club will again increase their coffers selling churros, chocolate dipped berries, strawberry baby cupcakes, and this year added crepes. Cheesecake and strawberry smoothies are the specialty of Garden Grove High School Band Boosters. Two Kiwanis Clubs in Garden Grove will have booths. Kiwanis Club of Garden Grove will be selling freshly cooked corn on the cob and Greater Garden Grove Kiwanis Club is offering delicate funnel cakes brimming with sweetened strawberries.
Other festival foods bringing in money for charities include hot dogs, cheeseburgers and nachos-to-go. There’s also barbequed beef sandwiches, tacos, cheese quesadillas, hamburgers, chili and cheese sandwiches, stuffed potatoes, muffins and more make up the many offerings supporting worthy causes. Additional Garden Grove charities include the Assistance League, Emblem Club 259, Guardettes, Lions Club, Pacifica and Garden Grove High School Girls Softball Boosters, among many other non-profits selling non-food items. No commercial food booths are permitted.