TreeSisters is a UK-registered social change and reforestation charity that places tropical forest restoration into everyone's hands. Through individuals and businesses that give back every month, TreeSisters has so far funded the ethical planting of over 27 million trees across 12 locations in Brazil, Borneo, Cameroon, India, Kenya, Mozambique, Madagascar, Nepal and West Papua.
We also advocate for nature and work to tackle the root cause of climate change by educating and inspiring everyone on the importance of reconnecting and living in alignment with our natural environment. We embed women's empowerment, local and indigenous communities, biodiversity, and nature into everything we do and encourage a global shift from consumer to restorer culture by providing resources, experiences, and communities that inspire personal and collective action on behalf of the trees.
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Make a difference! Your gift will fund the planting of tropical trees, sequestering carbon and directly help replenish the world's forests
We take direct climate action by ethically funding the reforestation of the tropics and encourage everyone to reconnect with nature.
Tropical forests are more than 'the lungs' of our world - they are rain creators, climate stabilisers, ecological healers and critical biodiversity reserves.
Why (re)connecting and rebalancing with nature is crucial for tackling climate change. Tools and courses to inspire, increase and educate.
Take your community on a forest walk, hold a screening of Call of the Forest, organise a birthday fundraiser, or host a music or art event with donations in support of TreeSisters!
Partnership programs for organisations ready to embed trees into their businesses and restore the planet through sector leadership.
Join our inclusive space to share, learn and support one another in our journey toward restoration.
"Having analyzed the activities, intention and approaches of hundreds of tree campaigns, NGO and projects, TreeSisters stands out as one of the most ethical and compassionate tree growing organization we found."
- Kevin Bayuk, Worker-owner LIFT Economy