Deep water restrictions. Climbing food prices. Trees dying in droves, trees which we depend on to keep us shaded and climate-resilient.
No one wanted it to come to this and that's why we won't back down— TreePeople is prepared to lead our community toward a water secure future, but we can't do it without you.
To inspire your generosity, our Board of Director's Chairman, Ira Ziering, has risen to the call and agreed to match your contribution dollar for dollar up to $100,000 to fund TreePeople's Drought Defense strategies and water policy programs.
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$25- plants a tree
$50- pays for a field trip for two kids to our park
$100- trains volunteers to water and protect urban trees
$250- plants 5 park trees
$500- trains residents to capture rainwater
$1,000- sponsors a classroom field trip
Your donation helps plant and care for trees in neighborhoods carpeted in concrete, in parks with ailing groves, and in replanting forests and native ecosystems that have been damaged by fire and are now further threatened by dry conditions. We're seeing trees—the "lungs" of our city— struggle. You can make a difference by protecting them against drought now and for future generations.
You can help ensure that trees continue to shade scorching streets and schoolyards by supporting the efforts of thousands of volunteers of all ages. Thanks to your gift, thousands of trees will be saved. Chip in to help save our trees and continue our crucial education and policy work on this issue. Let's show the drought that we're not giving up.
Act today and double your impact on behalf of our trees.