We’re planting predominantly in Kenya, as the tropical conditions near the equator make them grow incredibly fast. We’re planting trees in various locations in the UK too.
Our documentary #TreesAreTheKey narrated by Kate Winslet, is a blueprint for global change. Fundraising community screenings are taking place all over the world.
By constructing cool, solid stone classrooms, we’re creating multi-purpose community spaces for young students & adult learners, alike.
We apply an holistic approach to learning by working with indigenous teachers who know the best way to deal with the common issues they face.
Our women’s empowerment group are inspirational trailblazers. They’ve planted thousands of trees & built a network of strength & support.
Our Work in Numbers
positive measured impact matters
Everything we do as human beings has an impact on our planet.
We’re striving to ensure that ours, and yours, is as light green as it could ever be.
Where Your Money Goes
Our constitution states that no more than 20% of our total income will be spent running the charity and no salary will ever be more than twice the living wage. We are powered by a handful of amazing trustees and volunteers
and our CEO is the only full-time member of staff; read about her salary here.
Gift Aid Makes a Huge Difference
If you’re a UK taxpayer, please complete the
Gift Aid form and the government will add 25p to every £1 you donate.
We’re incredibly mindful of keeping our running costs low but ethical. Any Gift Aid we’re able to claim, really helps to minimise the impact of running the charity, on the donations you give us to plant trees.
Our Latest News
see the positive impact of our work
Watch the 1 minute trailer for our documentary #TreesAreTheKey
by Tim Short, narrated by Kate Winslet
Find out why the world needs to plant more trees in the tropics and why we absolutely need to support the people who are taking care of the forests:
“What an amazing vision! I can’t think of any other film so inspiring at the moment – carry on saving the world.” Laurence & Helen
“Brilliant film, very thought provoking, made points that I never thought of before – a worthy project.”
“What an opportunity to educate the whole community in so many ways. Keep on planting!”