Your donation will assist in the recovery process by helping us to coordinate tree restoration efforts in communities affected by natural disasters.
By donating to our general Tree Recovery Fund, your support brings life back to the disaster-stricken communities where the need remains highest. Trees bring beauty, healing, and hope. With your help, the tree-lined streets, shaded parks, and beautiful yards will return to communities in need. Learn more about Community Tree Recovery.
You can help replant desperately needed trees in Colorado. Your tree donation will help these flood-affected communities give hope back to their residents, revitalize their tree canopy and bring back the natural beauty of their beloved landscape. Learn more about Big Thompson Canyon Tree Recovery.
You can help replant desperately needed trees in Colorado. Your tree donation will help these fire-affected communities give hope back to their residents, revitalize their tree canopy and bring back the natural beauty of their beloved landscape. Learn more about Black Forest Tree Recovery.
You too can help restore the urban tree canopy in New Jersey. Your tree donation will help New Jersey communities rebuild their urban canopies to their former glory, and will allow this campaign to provide homeowners with support for years to come. These donated trees will help to bring back healing to these shattered communities.
Help us plant hope in New Jersey. Help us replant the tens of thousands of urban trees these homeowners so desperately need. Learn more about New Jersey Tree Recovery.
With your support, we can plant trees and help these Kentucky communities as they heal and rebuild. Your tree donation will help Kentucky homeowners restore the beautiful tree-lined yards they have lost, and allow them to bring hope back to their neighborhoods. Learn more about Kentucky Tree Recovery.
In the aftermath of the storm, many in Mississippi are left trying to rebuild their lives. This campaign is one more step in the right direction. The trees distributed in Tupelo and Louisville will not only replace the lost tree canopy but also serve as hope for the future. By supporting this campaign, you will help entire communities move forward. Learn more about Northeast Mississippi Tree Recovery.
Lives lost. Buildings leveled. The wake of an EF5 tornado is saddening. But now it’s time to help the people of Moore move forward. The trees distributed through this campaign will be a major step toward rebuilding and healing the community. By supporting this campaign, you will help replace the lost tree canopy…and bring hope to those who call Moore home. Learn more about Moore Tree Recovery.
After an EF3 and twin EF4 tornadoes ripped through rural Nebraska, the people of Beaver Crossing and Pilger were left with nothing. The trees distributed through this campaign will begin to replace the decimated tree canopy, but that’s not all. Your support will also help to rejuvenate the bright spirit of these communities. Learn more about Nebraska Tree Recovery.
The largest wildfire in Washington’s history took its toll on Okanogan County. The trees distributed through this campaign will rejuvenate the burned tree canopy, but the impact doesn’t stop there. These trees will also renew spirits and restore hope to those who have lost so much. Your support will help make it happen. Learn more about Washington Tree Recovery.
Massive flooding of the Blanco River forever changed many central Texas communities. Homes were destroyed and lives were lost. The trees that were providing stability to the river banks were uprooted. Your support will help replant along the river banks and rebuild the tree canopy. It will also help to provide hope. Learn more about Blanco River Tree Recovery.
Emerald ash borer has ravaged the ash trees in Rochester, New York. The trees distributed through this campaign will begin to fill in the gaps left in the urban tree canopy by the massive loss. Your support will also help revive the sense of community among the people who call Rochester home. Learn more about the Rochester Tree Recovery campaign.
In the aftermath of a wildfire burning 7,000+ acres, the people of Willow, Alaska, are looking for hope as they rebuild their lives. The trees distributed through this campaign will help replace the burned tree canopy and also renew the spirits of an entire community. Your support will help make it happen. Learn more about the Willow Tree Recovery campaign.