Our Tree Planting Partners

EcoMatcher partners with carefully selected and vetted tree planting organisations from around the world.

Indonesia 

Trees4Trees

Trees4Trees is an Indonesian non-profit that empowers local communities through partnership reforestation initiatives. By increasing the area of community planted and owned forests, livelihood assets are created, the negative effects of deforestation are reduced and the environment is renewed.

The Philippines 

FEED

Fostering Education & Environment for Development (FEED) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization registered with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission. FEED supports sustainable education & tree planting, aiming to inclusively grow, preserve and protect Philippine biodiversity.

Uganda 

TAU

Tree Adoption Uganda (TAU) is a youth led social enterprise that seeks to jointly address the challenges of youth unemployment and climate change. TAU has a vision of transforming environmental interventions into a means of creating sustainable socio-economic development, proactively alleviate poverty in communities and nurture growth.

Guatemala

AIR
AIR

The mission of the Alliance for International Reforestation Guatemala (AIR), is to implement educational programs and agroforestry methods in Guatemala in order to protect water sources, prevent mudslides, reduce erosion and provide more nutritious crops while protecting the Earth. AIR also provides brick stoves with chimneys preventing lung diseases.

Thailand 

CNF

Conserve Natural Forests (CNF) is an environmental non-profit foundation focused on forest restoration and wildlife conservation in the Mae Hong Son Province of Northern Thailand. Since 2014, CNF has have dedicated themselves to preserving and enriching ecosystem balance and function, restoring degraded landscapes, and reintroducing endangered species to their natural habitat.

Peru

PYF
Plant Your Future (PYF)

Plant Your Future empowers smallholder farmers in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest to restore their deforested and degraded land with productive agroforestry — planting a mixture of native fruit and timber trees. Improving the income and livelihoods of those at the grassroots increases our chances of fighting climate change effectively, as well as protecting habitats for the incredible biodiversity that calls the Amazon Rainforest its home.

Nepal 

New Growth

New Growth plants fruit, nut, and reforestation trees to aid communities and poor farmers in Simthali Nepal that deserve to have a sustainable future from economic, climate and environmental degradation.

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