The Festival’s non-profit food booths annually average $2,500 to $55,000 each for their organization. Returning again to ring up high sales will be Job’s Daughters Bethel 212 and Greater Garden Grove Kiwanis Club. Job’s daughters will be offering fresh glazed strawberries with ice cream, shortcake, whipped cream or any combination. The Greater Garden Grove Kiwanis Club will be selling delicate funnel cakes with glazed strawberries, powdered sugar, whipped cream or cinnamon toppings. Garden Grove High School Band Booster Clubs is returning again with their specialty of glazed strawberries over cheesecake or crepes and strawberry smoothies.
Other festival foods bringing in money for charities include corn on the cob, nacho supremes, baked potatoes, hamburgers, hot dogs, quesadillas, and meatball sandwiches. Pizza, chicken wings, pork tacos, carne asada tacos, chicken tacos, sodas, and many more make up additional offerings to support worthy causes.
Garden Grove charities also selling food at the festival include Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove, Kiwanis Club of Garden Grove, Assistance League of Garden Grove, Garden Grove Emblem Club #279, Garden Grove High School Baseball Boosters, Rancho Alamitos Music Boosters, Operation Be Kind and Lions Club of Garden Grove. There are also additional charities raising funds by offering games and festival fun. No commercial food booths are permitted.