Support Trees for Wildlife

Give a Gift, Plant a Tree

Support the Trees for Wildlife™ program and protect wildlife one tree at a time!

Select purchases made from the National Wildlife Federation's catalog support our work to help communities learn about, plant, and care for trees. You can help provide essential habitat for songbirds, tree frogs, and other wildlife species by sending a gift today.

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Adopt Wildlife

Trees are essential wildlife habitat for many species. Trees provide food, water, cover, and places to raise young and a single tree is a micro-ecosystem of the larger environment. Adopting wildlife symbolically is a great way to learn about wildlife and provide habitat by having trees planted in honor of someone.

Corporate Events and Sponsorship

Looking to offset your corporation’s carbon footprint? Interested in beautifying your community? Looking for employee volunteer opportunities? Trees for Wildlife™ is a great way that corporations can support the National Wildlife Federation, their community, and a healthy environment. The National Wildlife Federation’s Trees for Wildlife™ program is a scalable program that can partner with your corporation for tree planting opportunities. We can work with corporations in multiple ways:

  • Corporations can sponsor tree plantings by donating to Trees for Wildlife™ Tree Bank that assures tree plantings and growth in the continental United States.
  • Corporations can create tree planting events in their local communities or on their corporate grounds with the support of National Wildlife Federation volunteers and staff and create opportunities for employee volunteerism.
  • Corporations can create retail activation programs using Trees for Wildlife™ as a way to entice customers to purchase.

Learn more about our corporate volunteering program.

To explore opportunities on how your company can work with Trees for Wildlife™, please contact corprelations@nwf.org for more information.

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Where We Work

More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

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