Inaugural Flutter at the Fountain
l-r: Nicole Perkins, Michelle McGuiness, Bill Pape, Kelly Sampson, Mark Dalton, Dori Wittrig, Clayton Corey, Jenny Willigrod, Brian Schader, Hillary West.
The Fountain Hills Community Foundation is awash in the brilliant colors of cleverly designed, original works of metal butterflies as the inaugural Flutter at the Fountain comes out of its chrysalis stage.
Each butterfly is so unique!
As Fountain Hills' major fundraiser of the year, Flutter is a collaboration between local artists, sponsors, and donors passionate about supporting their community. Participants can view and bid on these one-of-a-kind works of art and other donated items, providing crucial support that benefits local non-profits.
Butterflies are a perfect accessory for your garden.
During the month of October as part of our sponsorship package, the butterflies will migrate to the businesses and homes of our sponsors for display. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please inquire for remaining opportunities.
Each butterfly has a theme and story, this is Tootie Frootie by Lydia Quinones
Changes to the fundraiser have been revised to accommodate social distancing, including an online auction, an opportunity for the public to view all 30 works of art at the Community Garden, and a remote gala, featuring raffle drawings, and surprise guests.
All butterflies have a protective clear-coating thanks to Impact Collision!
Flutter proceeds are disbursed to local non-profit organizations during the Foundation's spring giving season. The FHCF, now in its 25th year, has given more than $1.2 million since its founding in 1995. Continuing in this tradition is our goal, with hopes of raising $100,000 during the Flutter festivities.