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A sustainable birthday gift

If you’d like to give someone a birthday present, why not surprise them with the biggest gift in the world?

Give a tree as a birthday present

It’s not only an original present, but also a long-lasting one. Because trees ensure a healthy and liveable world. That’s a real cause for celebration, don’t you think?

We plant half the trees in the Netherlands and the other half in a project abroad. You choose which projects you want to join.

Gift a tree

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How does it work?


1. Choose how many trees you want to give

We plant half of the trees in the Netherlands and the other half abroad.


2. Choose your projects

Choose where we plant the trees on your behalf. You can make your preferred choice from four projects, where we need your support the most right now.


3. Personalise and gift

Fill in a personal message that will appear on the certificate and choose how you want to give it: digitally or by printing it yourself.


Give a personalised present

As proof of your donation, you will receive a certificate with your name on it and the name of the receiver. You can also add a personal message. Print out the certificate at home on recycled paper or – even more eco-friendly – send the certificate by e-mail!

Gift a birthday tree

“We gave a good friend a special present for her 30th birthday: climate improvement! Our friendship is based on shared sustainability values, so a Birthday Tree fitted the bill perfectly.”

– Fabrice

About Trees for All

Trees are the ideal solution to climate change. Trees for All plants trees in the Netherlands and abroad and offsets carbon emissions through sustainable reforestation projects. Our mission is to plant as many new forests as possible and to restore existing forests all over the world. In this way, we contribute to a better climate, more biodiversity and better living conditions for local people in the countries we operate in.

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