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Tree for Me Grants

The Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation and the City of Toronto have launched the Every Tree Counts campaign in support of the City’s target of achieving 40% tree canopy cover.  In order to meet this target, new trees must be planted on both public and private land every year.

Tree For Me grants enable community groups to match Toronto residents by providing native, seed zone-appropriate trees for planting on private land. Grant receiving organizations will work to connect with their community to improve neighbourhoods. Tree For Me grants can be used to deliver trees to residents through an organized event, a tree delivery program or to start or enhance a community project.

The deadline to apply is 60 days before your proposed event or initiative.  Apply online at www.everytreecounts.ca.  For more information, see the newsletter here or contact Margo at margo.mullin@tptf.ca The Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation and the City of Toronto have launched the Every Tree Counts campaign in support of the City’s target of achieving 40% tree canopy cover.  In order to meet this target, new trees must be planted on both public and private land every year.

Tree For Me grants enable community groups to match Toronto residents by providing native, seed zone-appropriate trees for planting on private land. Grant receiving organizations will work to connect with their community to improve neighbourhoods. Tree For Me grants can be used to deliver trees to residents through an organized event, a tree delivery program or to start or enhance a community project.

The deadline to apply is 60 days before your proposed event or initiative.  Apply online at www.everytreecounts.ca.  For more information, see the newsletter here or contact Margo at margo.mullin@tptf.ca

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