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Donate Toward MillionTreesNYC!

Support MillionTreesNYC by sharing a gift with your family and our great city. You'll find clothing, water bottles, bags, and more featuring unique I'M slogans at our online store. Each purchase goes to support our campaign to plant and care for one million new trees across the City's five boroughs over the next decade.

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There are several ways in which you can contribute to MillionTreesNYC. Donations can be made toward tree planting in city parks, on the public right-of-way, and on private properties throughout the five boroughs or toward efforts to care for newly planted trees. Find out how YOU can be ONE IN A MILLION!

Questions about donating toward MillionTreesNYC or how to make a donation non-electronically via check?
We can help you decide the best way to help us fund our planting, education, and stewardship efforts. Please contact us at [email protected] with any specific donation inquiries!

Donate through the Natural Areas Conservancy

You can donate through the Natural Areas Conservancy if you would like your contribution to assist City street and park trees. The Conservancy exists to restore and conserve the green and blue spaces of New York City in order to enhance the lives of all New Yorkers. Your contribution will help preserve the legacy of the campaign and support the long-term health of our urban forest. To make a donation please visit the Natural Areas Conservancy website or email [email protected].

If you are interested in street tree care services for your home or business such as providing a donation toward street or park tree planting, installing a tree guard, or expanding a tree bed, please contact the New York Tree Trust, at [email protected] or (718) 760-4009.

Donate through NYRP

You can donate through NYRP if you would like your contribution to assist tree planting on private property such as hospitals, schools, and housing projects. In partnership with national and community-based organizations, researchers, educators, policy-makers, government agencies, corporations, and individuals, New York Restoration Project and its 12,000 members work everyday to revitalize, support, and advocate for NYC's public parks, community gardens, green spaces, and urban forest.

Alternatively, if you are interested in volunteering your time, please visit our community calendar for a listing of events.

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