Certificate of Planting: Festive Season

Christmas trees create beautiful focal points in our homes, enhancing our enjoyment of the Festive Season but for every real tree that’s cut down in its prime, we need to plant countless others, ideally in the tropics where they grow quickly. Thank you for buying Certificates of Planting for your friends and loved ones this year. It’ll help us get lots of life-giving trees in the ground in Kenya in their names – it also gives the planet an amazing gift too!

When you plant a tree in the tropics with us, you’re planting a legacy.  In a tiny handful of years, on average they’ll have removed around ¼ tonne of CO2 and other pollutants, per tree. Many of them have the additional bonus of producing food, helping combat hunger and poverty too.

Our trees do so much more than mitigate climate chaos, reduce sea level rise and global heating. They also create cool, safe habitats for wildlife and humans that help biodiversity flourish. Additionally, we use part of your donation to build classrooms, empower women and facilitate education.

£2.50

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We all know that trees are one of the best ways to reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere – if we planted billions of trees all over the planet then we could really reduce the impact of climate chaos. Not only that, but they help restore bio-diversity and can provide an income for some of the World’s poorest people.

Planting trees with us reaps those benefits, but also we look after the people doing the planting. From building schools to women’s empowerment and education, encouragement of permaculture and agroforestry, projects to reduce human / animal conflict and more, these are not simply trees.