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A green Valentine’s day gift

Are you looking for a sustainable gift for Valentine's Day? Surprise your loved one with a gift that really makes a difference!

A Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one and the planet

Forget cheezy or unnecessary gifts that end up in the trash. Plant a tree for your beloved one this Valentine’s Day! A tree is a lasting gift that literally makes the world a greener place.

With this gift you support sustainable forest projects in the Netherlands and in a foreign project of your choice. You will receive a certificate that bears your names on it to give on Valentine’s Day.

A perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one and the planet. Who would you like to gift a Valentine’s tree?

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 in which two of our sustainable reforestation projects the trees will be planted.


3. Personalise and gift

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

A personalised Valentine’s Day present

The certificate will bear the name of your loved one. And you can add a personal message, so let your inner romantic run wild! Print the certificate on recycled paper or send the certificate (anonymously) by e-mail!

Gift a Valentine’s tree

“There’s no better present than a tree. Not only is it long-lasting, but it’s perfect for my loved one, who’s passionate about trees and forests!”

– Wessel

About Trees for All

Trees are the ideal solution to climate change. For over 20 years, 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.

Our sustainable projects have a broad impact and contribute to a better climate, more biodiversity and healthy living conditions. In countries such as Costa Rica, Madagascar and Vietnam, we restore indigenous forests together with the local population. This local involvement is an important condition to be able to plant and preserve trees in a sustainable way. We train people in sustainable land use and create employment opportunities. More forest also means more habitat for (endangered) plant and animal species. This way, the forest has value for everyone.

Two young little owls (Athene noctua) sitting in pairs on a stick.