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Questions & Answers

  • 1. What is the value of planting Trees?

    Trees contribute positively towards climate change, namely global warming, by providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate amelioration, conserving water, preserving soil, and supporting wildlife. During the process of photosynthesis, trees take in carbon dioxide and produce the oxygen we breath.

  • 2. How much carbon do trees offset?

    A typical tree can absorb around 21 kilograms of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, however this figure in only achieved when the tree is fully grown – saplings will absorb significantly less than this. Over a lifetime of 100 years, one tree could absorb around a tonne of CO2.

  • 3. Where will the trees be planted?

    Tree planting will take place globally. The initial project is on the African Continent namely Angola and then South Africa, with strong aspirations for Canada and Australia.

  • 4. What will be planted?

    Indigenous trees based on Geographical location.

  • 5. How much of my donation goes directly to tree planting?

    80% will go directly to tree planting

  • 6. Can I donate in Honour of somebody else?

    Yes, you can

  • 7. I have a general enquiry, who should I contact?

    Write to

  • 8. How do I know if my trees are being planted?

    You will be added to our list of contributors, regular newsletters will be send out, updates to our website with pictures, videos, success stories with geographic location and other important information. As well as personalised emails and updates across all our social media platforms.

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