Festival Date: Sunday, August 16, 2015

Middlefield Road, Redwood City, between 1st and 5th Avenue




Support Us

The North Fair Oaks Community Festival proceeds benefit the many youth programs of the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office and provide scholarships through the Queen of the Festival scholarship program. Youth programs keep our youth safe and occupied during the critical, after-school hours and during the most vulnerable years of their school careers. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

You can support us in a number of ways:

  • Become a Sponsor of the festival (Sponsor benefits below)
  • Become a sponsor of the Preview Party »
  • Underwrite a program or activity with in-kind sponsorship to the festival or the Queen of the Festival Scholarship Program
  • Volunteer your time or services by:
  • Joining our Host Committee
  • Joining our Preview Party planning committee
  • Becoming an advisor to one of our Queen of the Festival finalists

Photographers and videographers wanted!

Interested in volunteering? Contact us at info@northfairoaksfestival.org or phone us at 650.368.2497


  • “I enjoy sponsoring the festival because it is a great way of connecting with our residents, business owners, and government agencies…our customers look forward to it to show their pride in their community and traditions.”
    – Beto Chavez, Chavez Supermarket
  • “The North Fair Oaks Community Festival is probably the most important event that we participate in because we are able to reach out to educate and inform young readers -- which is one of our primary goals.”
    – Michelle Howard, El Mensajero Newspaper
  • “Univision and friends had a great event, had fun and were able to connect with our viewers.  The organization and security was impeccable and it is a pleasure to collaborate.”
    – Carolina Echeverria, Univision TV
  • “Stanford Children’s Hospital has been a longtime supporter of the festival. We believe in the festival’s mission to support youth and programs in San Mateo County that help to keep our community’s youth safe and healthy.”
    – Melissa Burke, Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford