E-Invitations, Group Gifts, Charitable Giving.
How it works
Select custom invitations, rsvps, & thank you notes
Your guests contribute to both Group Gifts and Tree Canada
After the party, we send you the money & the rest to Tree Canada
HOW YOUR CONTRIBUTION HELPS:
Our impact starts with you – join us in growing better places to live.
Trees provide a multitude of benefits spanning environmental, social, economic, and wellbeing impacts. The vitality of trees in our lives can be as apparent as the air we breathe to their pleasing aesthetic, but their other roles in nature cannot be overstated. Consider the following:
Trees Fight Climate Change by sequestering carbon dioxide from the air. They also play an important role in mitigating the effects of climate change by regulating the water cycle and preventing soil erosion caused by flood events.
Trees contribute to human wellbeing by producing oxygen and reducing unhealthy particulate matter in the air. Exposure to nature reduces stress, speeds healing, and improves mental health — just a walk in a forest reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression, boosting one’s mood.
Trees serve as a nourishing food source.
Trees lessen both noise and light pollution in our urban centres.
Trees have a role in crime reduction. Studies show that a 10% increase in tree canopy can reduce instances of crime by 12%.
Trees benefit the economy. Not only are they the focus of several industries, but they can also increase property values by up to 19%
Learn more about our core programs by visiting https://www.treecanada.ca
Community Tree Grants
Our Community Tree Grants provide support to community greening, innovation and stewardship initiatives.
Each year we support schools, community groups, Indigenous communities and municipalities across Canada that are looking to increase their green infrastructure through planting projects.
Restoring & Growing Our Forests
The National Greening Program targets areas in need of reforestation or afforestation with mass seedling plantings.
Last year we planted over 1.4 million trees in five regions: British Columbia & Territories/North, the Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic.
Our diverse network of partners and donors makes this possible, helping us to plant the right trees in the right places.