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Ways to contribute through Trees That Count
Ways to contribute through Trees That Count

Explore ways you can contribute, from one-time donations to crowdfunding for a cause.

Updated over a week ago

With Trees That Count, there are several ways to give. Each option means planters get native trees in the ground.


When you donate with Trees That Count, you’re funding to plant native trees across Aotearoa New Zealand. There are two ways you can donate; making a one-off donation and setting up a monthly donation.


When you gift trees, you’re funding to plant native trees on behalf of someone special. That someone special will receive a gift e-card (we don’t send physical cards. Less paper = more trees!). Think of gifting a tree as a way to show appreciation through a thoughtful, long lasting act.

With bulk gifting, there’s no limit to how many people you can send a gift to within one transaction. This makes bulk gifting a great option for businesses wanting to gift to partners, clients and employees.

Crowdfunding with registries

Think of crowdfunding through Trees That Count like a gift registry. Anyone can set one up in lieu of gifts, to honour an occasion or to help raise funds for native trees. You can give to an existing crowdfund or create your own.

With your own campaign, you can use your networks to help raise donations of native trees, or encourage customers to donate. You raise the donations: Trees That Count will connect your native trees with projects to get them planted.

Our store

Our Shopify store is where you can purchase merchandise created by our team. We plant one tree for every purchase made from our online store.

What we can’t accept

We cheer on any action towards a greener planet. Unfortunately, we're only kitted out for the above options! Here are a few things we can't accept:

  • Seeds

  • Land

  • Equipment

  • Seedlings from unapproved nurseries

We're stoked you'd like to help. To get these in the hands of those that need them most, we recommend reaching out to your local council or nursery.

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