How it works
Order a Tree Gift
Certificate and/or card are shipped to you or recipient
Trees Are Planted
National Forest locations are chosen based on greatest need
We put tree photos, maps and driving directions online
Instructions for looking up forest info are included with gift
Forest is Restored
A burned forest finds life once again, recipients can visit anytime
Give a tree gift that will grow for years to come...
U.S. National Forests cover 8.5 percent of the United States, providing roughly 190 million acres of woodlands that serve as the home to many species of animals. These lands belong to all of us and are meant to help preserve the environment for future generations.
Sometimes, areas of U.S. National Forests need our help. When wildfires rip through them, wildlife becomes displaced, and the forests are badly scorched. Replanting trees can help to regrow these areas in order to ensure that they can one day become homes for wildlife again and places where families can explore and discover the beauty of nature.
We've planted 200,018 trees since 2007
Every single tree makes a difference, and we're honored to do this work with your help.
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Tree Gifts for All Occasions
Memorial Trees & Sympathy Gifts
Business Memorial & Sympathy Gifts
Pet Sympathy Gifts & Memorials
Custom Grove of Trees
Sustainable Business Gifts
Printable Gift Cards & Certificates
Personalized Wedding & Anniversary Gift
Unique Baby Gifts
Tree Wedding Favors
Vet & Pet Business Memorial Gifts
Holiday Special Edition Tree Gift Cards
Pop-up Tree Gift Cards
Why Our Trees do
the Most Good
The U.S. Forest Service has identified MILLIONS of acres of National Forest land that are in "desperate need of restoration," areas where fire has destroyed the forest beyond its natural ability to regrow itself. Our trees are always planted in these special areas- the areas that need the most help right now . Forests that used to be thriving and green would be dead and desolate for decades to come without our help. Planting trees with us offers these forests new hope.
Why You Should Trust Us
We are the ONLY tree gift company that does all this:
- We work with the Forest Service to plant the trees and we know exactly where they are
- We take photos of our baby trees and post them on the website, then post updated photos of growth through the years
- We offer a name registry, tree location info and even the option to visit the trees
- We operate with integrity, transparency and love
What Our Customers Are Saying
I am so glad to have discovered Trees for a change.This was absolutly the best gift I have ever given.
A different type of gift; enduring, sensible and a true joy for the giver also. Well done "Trees for a Change", well done.
Trees for a Change allows us to honor our clients who have passed in such a beautifully meaningful way...it has touched people so deeply and will continue to benefit all who remain for generations to come. Thank you for your work.
This gift has been soooo well received. I could not be happpier with your company. Thank you very much.
I have been using this service for years now, and I am very pleased with it. It's a very thoughtful gift to send, and my clients who receive it are always thankful. Thank you Trees for a Change for your amazing, wonderful work.
Beautiful idea to honor a loved one. The family was so happy to recieve such a memorable gift.
We absolutely love Trees for a Change's mission. We have been using this service for a few years now and have recommended them to many of our friends.
Not only a support to a great cause but what a great way to make any recipient and their family feel connected with Mother Nature. This organization is extremely easy to work with. 10 stars if I could!
Latest Blog Posts
Do you see them? DEER! These photos were taken in Shasta-Trinity National Forest in 2022, on a trip to take updated photos of trees that were plan...Read More
How our Baby Trees are BornOctober 2023 Ever wondered about our tree planting process? Well, here you go! Step one: After a wildfire in a National Forest, Forest Service ...Read More
2021 & 2022 Angeles National Forest UpdateOctober 2023 The Angeles National Forest baby trees planted in 2021 and 2022 were seriously impacted by the drought of 2022, and many of the trees ...Read More