From our volunteers and their more than 4,600 volunteer hours assistance with set up and pack up, our more-than-one-million low-voltage LED lights, and how we put the monetary and nonpershiable food donations back into the community, here’s how Enchantment in the Park gives back to Washington County.
Enchantment in the Park was first located at The Washington County Fair Park, from 2009 – 2012.
In 2013, Enchantment moved to its current location at Regner Park in West Bend.
Since 2009, more than $375,000 has been given back to area nonprofits, five Rotary clubs, and food pantries.
In 2020, Enchantment in the Park was able to give $50,000 to Washington County food pantries.
Since 2009, more than 23,250 pounds of food have been donated to local food pantries.
In 2021, Enchantment in the Park gave $40,000 to Family Promise of Washington County.
Local food pantries estimate that 15% of the food donations they receive are not usable and must be discarded!
Healthy Pantry Checklist
Every year 40,000 – 50,000 people visit the park!
More than one million LED lights and growing every year!
We strive to be as energy-conscious as possible by using only low-voltage LED lights.
It takes more than 4,600 volunteer hours to set up, work, and pack up the event.