With another year filled with headlines about wildfires, extreme heat, and drought killing our trees, it’s difficult to have hope for the future--but YOU can help.
Give today to help plant and protect trees in local communities, nearby mountains, and national forests. Your donation also helps to maintain our beloved Coldwater Canyon Park - which became a Certified Wildlife Habitat designated by the National Wildlife Federation this year.
More than ever and with the ongoing threat of wildfires, we need you to invest in our ambitious mountain forest restoration projects. Your gift directly funds these efforts as well as our work to plant trees and revitalize urban areas, such as Watts and San Fernando Valley, which are susceptible to extreme heat and flooding.
For more than 45 years, people like you have planted millions of trees in neighborhoods, schools, and mountain forests with TreePeople. Together, we’ve also been honored to protect and maintain the natural gem that is Coldwater Canyon Park.
You love trees and people, please support TreePeople’s mission-- DONATE TODAY!
A green future is possible, but only with your help.
Give a monthly donation-- be part of everlasting change.
* This donation is not a payment for any on-site tours.
Your Donation at Work
$25 keeps a street tree alive
$50 pays for a field trip for 10 children
$100 trains volunteers to water and protect urban trees
$250 plants 5 park trees
$500 supports Coldwater Canyon Park urban forest
$1,000 makes a mountain restoration day possible
If you prefer to give via mail
Please send a check made out to TreePeople at the following address:
P.O. Box 512205
Los Angeles, CA 90051-0205
You can also make a contribution over the phone at (818) 753-4631.
TreePeople has a Charity Navigator Overall Score & Rating of 3 stars. TreePeople has earned Charity Navigator's highest rating of four stars for Accountability and Transparency. Receiving four out of four stars indicates that TreePeople excels, as compared to other charities in the U.S., at explaining its actions to its stakeholders and our willingness to publish and make available critical data about our organization.