Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity. Forests provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines. Ever taken an Aspirin? It comes from the bark of a tree! We began our adventure in October 2019 and have since planted trees in Brazil, Germany, USA, Russia and Australia. With your help we intend to color this map with the Treehuggers colors.
🌲 63,377 Trees Planted Since October 2019 🌲
*Updated February 10th, 2019
Treehuggers Bracelets launched in 2019, and from day 1 it has been our commitment to give back to the Earth by planting trees and enhancing the discussion about climate change. It's up to each and every one of us to make a difference.
🌲Let's plant a million trees! 🌲
Helpful Links For Organizations In Need Of Direct Contributions
World Wildlife Fund
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organization. Its mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together.
Reforest Now grows trees in its own nursery and plants in the subtropical and tropical areas of NSW and QLD of Australia to protect and support rainforests and subtropical forests ecosystems.
Helpful Non Tree Related Links For Organizations In Need Of Direct Contributions In The Wake Of The Australian Bushfires 🐨
Port Macquarie Koala Hospital
The Koala Hospital established in 1973 is an activity of the Koala Conservation Australia Incorporated - a Not-for-Profit Organization which is recognized world-wide as a peak body which participates in forums for debate on significant policy issues and plays a significant leadership role in research, providing advice and information to Universities and Governments regulating change.
WIRES mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and inspire others to do the same.
Port Stephens Koalas
Port Stephens Koalas aims to provide the world best practice standards of care to sick, injured and orphaned koalas to give them the best opportunity to be returned to the wild, while supporting research and collaboration to preserve their habitat to ensure that future generations may continue to enjoy seeing wildlife in their natural setting.
Our mission is to help and protect wildlife through our rescue, education, and advocacy activities. We respond to community reports of distressed wildlife and facilitate the care needed. We promote community knowledge and care of wildlife and advocate for the protection and welfare of wildlife.
Kangaroo Island is well known for its thriving koala population however over 150,000 hectares has been lost due to recent events, this will effect the park's koala population dramatically. We need to pull together to save this Australian icon among a vast variety of species inhabiting the park.