Gearing up for the new planting season
Time to get your applications in for the 2023/2024 season
In the last planting season we provided more than 45,000 saplings, mainly to schools but also parks, woodlands and other environmental projects. We have plenty more up for grabs this year and as usual they are entirely free! Our first batches usually go out at the end of October, conditions permitting, and we will be despatching until March or April. It's very easy to apply so don't miss out! Apply for free trees.
Making a difference
Tree planting makes for lasting and beneficial changes. Since 2005, more than 600,000 Tree Appeal saplings have been planted in thousands of schools. Read about how one of those schools turned a field into a woodland.
What can Tree Appeal do for your business? Read about the benefits of a corporate partnership.
Would you like some free trees for your school? Apply here.
Tree Appeal - Planting trees to create wildlife habitats, combat climate change and make a greener world.
Tree Appeal plants trees throughout the British Isles, mostly in schools but also in woodland and nature reserves. They are paid for by our corporate sponsors - there is no cost to to the schools that receive them.
Read about the first ten years of Tree Appeal.
Trees are the longest-lived organisms in the world. They provide homes and food for innumerable species of birds, mammals and insects. By planting trees today we are ensuring the survival of species threatened by habitat loss, maintaining the ecosystems on which our lives depend and safeguarding our ecological heritage for future generations. With tree planting your business can play a crucial part - find out how.
Tree Twinning is our initiative for extending the benefits of tree planting to developing countries. Through Tree Twinning you can opt to match every tree planted in the UK with another in Africa. Your first 'twin' tree is planted in one of our UK locations for all the environmental, biodiversity and social benefits that Tree Appeal champions. Your other 'twin' is planted in Africa, giving some of the poorest communities in the world the resources they need to fight poverty and become self reliant. Read more.