During the week of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day (22nd April 2020), treesisters all around the world are gathering to Sing for the Trees!
Do you love to sing? Love bringing people together? And do you love the trees? Then this is for you! In the week of Earth Day, treesisters will be gathering in their local parks, forests and gardens to join hands, drum, dance, laugh and Sing for the Trees.
This year Sing for the Trees is a fundraiser for the global tropical forests. We’re doing this to raise awareness of the importance of the world’s trees to our survival, and to raise funds to plant tropical trees and restore our forests.
This activity honours our connection to Nature, each other and the trees by singing to, for and with the trees. It will be a beautiful, nourishing and connecting activity to participate in.
We have lots of wonderful support and resources to help you coordinate a Sing for the Trees event in your community. That includes the wisdom, guidance and loving help of eco-heroine and singer/songwriter Liz Terry, who will be offering live support calls to help you facilitate the singing side of things, as well as being present in our online community, the Nest, to help you with any questions you might have. We also have a full Coordinator Kit that includes everything you need to run your Sing for the Trees event, from suggested songs, to press releases and more.
In 2019 we hosted Sing For The Trees on International Women's Day and we saw an incredible response from women around the world. Hundreds gathered and entwined their voices, singing their passion for the forests.
In total there were 72 events hosted in 21 countries! You can see some of the footage from these events in our community created video.
This year, we hope to have even more events taking place! We are hosting Sing For The Trees on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day as a way to raise funds to plant trees across our tropical reforestation projects.
Join us on Earth Day 2020
To find out more and join us on the 22nd April 2020, sign up using the form below