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This page is for individuals. Companies and communities can learn how to plant with us here:
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You can help us grow better places to live all across Canada and in your community.

Here are some of the ways you can make a difference.  Your support goes a long way.

Tree Planting Challenge

Tree Canada is on a mission to crowdfund the greening of 5 urban spaces with more than 4,000 trees on National Tree Day (September 26, 2018). Be part of the solution as our communities comes together to make our cities greener and more beautiful!

Students Plant

Leave a legacy

Trees offer a lasting legacy that will continue to benefit future generations. You can choose to contribute to Tree Canada through a bequest, a donation of securities, or a donation of land.

Let us plant a tree for you

Support the planting of trees from the comfort of your own home. We don’t plant invasive or destructive species and we source all our trees from high-quality tree nurseries near the planting site.

Give a tribute tree certificate

Tribute tree certificates are the perfect gift to help celebrate different occasions including wedding anniversaries, birthdays, retirement parties or teacher recognition. Trees are planted through our National Greening Program and can be allocated to the region of your choice.

Volunteer with Tree Canada

Give the gift of your time.  We’re often looking for guest bloggers, help in our Ottawa office and for people interested in participating in tree-planting events in communities across the country.

Support one of our featured campaigns

tuques for trees

Keep warm this season while showing your support of Tree Canada! In addition to receiving a charitable tax receipt in the full amount of your contribution, one tree will be planted for every tuque ordered.

#OperationReLeaf Fort McMurray

#OperationReLeaf Fort McMurray is a multi-year effort to help reclaim the loss of trees and urban canopy after the devastating wildfires that struck the region in 2016.