Nov 3, 2020

Planting a fruitful future for Uganda

Dear friends,

First, we would like to thank you for your ongoing support of FTPF's work in Uganda. It is really encouraging to see donations coming in during these challenging times, motivating our team to continue this important work to bring the life-sustaining benefits of fruit trees to the people and landscape of Uganda.

On that note, we are in the planning stages for our 2021 project. Trees are being grown at our local nursery in Jinja, together with our longtime partners at the African Partnership on Climate Change Coalition, to be distributed to farmers and families next year. In addition to the income and nutrition that these trees provide for their communities, the nursery also employs and trains local people in sustainable, environmentally-friendly tree propagation and care, increasing horticultural knowledge and supporting families with skills and jobs.

If you are able, please consider making a donation today to support this program. Our goal is to plant tens of thousands of fruit trees in Uganda next year in order to create a greener, cleaner, and more bountiful future for all its citizens, and your support is critical in reaching that goal!

The FTPF Team

Nov 3, 2020

Planting a fruitful future for El Salvador

2020 project participant at FTPF's local nursery
2020 project participant at FTPF's local nursery

Hola friends,

First, we would like to thank you for your ongoing support of FTPF's work in El Salvador. It is really encouraging to see donations coming in during these challenging times, motivating our team to continue this important work to bring the life-sustaining benefits of fruit trees to the people and landscape of El Salvador.

On that note, we are in the planning stages for our 2021 project. Trees are being grown at our partner nursery, in collaboration with our longtime friends at CONFRAS and SHARE El Salvador, to be distributed to farmers and families next summer. In addition to the income and nutrition that these trees provide for their communities, the nursery also employs and trains local people in sustainable, environmentally-friendly tree propagation and care, increasing horticultural knowledge and supporting families with skills and jobs.

If you are able, please consider making a donation today to support this program. Our goal is to plant 100,000 fruit trees in El Salvador in order to create a greener, cleaner, and more bountiful future for all its citizens, and your support is critical in reaching that goal!

The FTPF Team

Nov 3, 2020

Planning our next Trees for Tribes orchards

Dear friends,

First, thank you so much for your ongoing support of our Trees for Tribes program! It means a lot to see donations coming in during these challenging times. On that note, we are planning for the next tribal orchard project by connecting with native communities around Turtle Island that would benefit from an orchard grant and tree distribution from FTPF. We have several exciting applications and potential opportunities to expand the program in 2021, but we need your help!

If you are a tribal member or know of an indigenous community that would benefit by planting fruit trees on their lands, please share our information with the leadership or email us at info@ftpf.org.

Additionally, if you are able, please consider making a donation today. Every dollar supports the planting of trees within Native American communities to support food sovereignty and a strong indigenous food system!

To a fruitful future for all native people,

The FTPF Team

 
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