Whether you wish to gift just one native tree for a friend or you’re a business wanting to purchase thousands of trees we’ve got you covered. All funding that we receive goes into our Tree Pool, and we match it with a planter who gets your trees into the ground.
And as a registered charitable trust, all donations of trees are tax deductible*
Are you an individual or family that cares for our environment? Every tree counts, so whether you fund 1 tree or 100 trees it all makes a difference.
We match your donation with a planter and you can be sure it will result in real native trees in the ground, in community-based initiatives across the country. Lead the way to a greener New Zealand with Trees That Count.
Find the best tree product for your business - restoration or protection trees, or offset your carbon emissions through indigenous plantings.
All funders receive a personalised Tree Profile where your contribution is celebrated. We’ll map your planted trees and you can feature and compete on the Tree Leaderboard. And we offer discounts for bigger funders of trees.
For little more than the price of a card (and way more sustainable!), you can gift native trees to friends and family, no matter where they live.
Choose your occasion and your message, and we’ll send the electronic gift certificate to your lucky recipient ether straight away, or you can schedule a date for it to be sent. Too easy.
The gift that makes a difference for New Zealand. Not only does the gift of a tree last a lifetime, but you receive an opportunity to connect with your customers at the time of gifting, and then again when the tree is planted
We can assist with co-branded gift certificates, and can send them on your behalf.
Trees That Count is managed by the Project Crimson Trust. For over 25 years, Project Crimson has been championing native tree planting through our large-scale restoration and environmental education projects. We know what it takes to get good conservation outcomes, so you can be sure your trees will be planted by a great group.
* all trees funded through Trees That Count are tax deductible, with the exception of carbon offset programmes