TreeTop Adventures is Greater Boston’s #1 Zip-Lining & Climbing destination! We provide Massachusetts & Rhode Island families with fun, outdoor, screen-free entertainment close to home! We are a fantastic activity for summer vacation, weekend staycations and long holiday weekends!
If your school would like to participate in our fundraiser, we will provide you with a promotional flyer and a promo code that is specific to your school (sample). For PTOs who choose to partner with other schools in their town, we can provide a generic town-wide promo code and divide the proceeds among all participating PTO programs.
The promo code will be valid for our entire 2020 season (April-November). When applied to a reservation, the promo code will take $5 off/Ticket and will give $5/ticket back to your PTO. We will then issue your organization a check at the end of our 2020 season.
Last year we donated over $1,000 to local area PTO Programs.
Not close to Canton, MA? No problem! Our season runs April-November so we are a perfect summer activity destination! We have had many families climb with us from all over Massachusetts & Rhode Island- so even if your school is an hour away, you can still raise money for your PTO!
This fundraiser is only applicable to General Admission Tickets. This fundraiser cannot be applied to birthday parties, Last Call/Twilight Shorter Climb Tickets, group rates, or field trips. This fundraiser cannot be combined with any other promotion.
PTO PROGRAMS MUST SIGN UP BY MAY 15, 2020
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BEGIN YOUR FUNDRAISER FOR APRIL VACATION, WE ASK THAT YOU SIGN UP BY MARCH 29TH TO ALLOW US ENOUGH TIME TO MAKE YOU A FLYER FOR SCHOOL FOLDERS.
FUNDRAISER PARTNERSHIPS ARE LIMITED AND SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.
When you sign up to participate in our PTO FUN-draiser we will provide you with:
Some groups have even contacted their local town paper/advocate to promote the fundraiser!
TreeTop Adventures is a fantastic destination for school field trips! Since we opened in 2016, we have hosted over 40 Recreation Department Programs, 60 area public and private schools, and dozens of other youth programs. Climbing as a group enhances cooperation, communication, and group cohesion.