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#PlantYourLegacy with FTFA this Arbor Month

Arbor Week is around the corner and we are gearing up for some nationwide greening activity. Applications have flooded in from schools, centres, urban farms, clinics and under resourced neighbourhoods for tree planting on their premises. You can help us match these applications with tree donations!

Get in touch to help. Your donations big or small will have a lasting legacy.

 How to get involved:

  • Donate trees,
  • Sponsor a tree planting volunteer day
  • Sponsor a Trees for Homes project
  • Sponsor a Food Forest Pilot at a School in Gauteng

Together we can #PlantYourLegacy for the benefit of South Africans for years to come.

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