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Dec 18, 2018

2018 Annual Report

Thank you to everyone who donated to Trees for Tribes this year! We are so thankful for your support of the hundreds of trees that were planted, and more importantly the hundreds of Native families and students who helped plant these trees for not only themselves but for future generations to come.

Attached in our 2018 Annual Report, which highlights our program outputs for the year, as well as the fact that for the eighth year in a row 90 cents of every dollar was spent on our life-sustaining tree-planting programs. Please take a look, and consider contributing towards Trees for Tribes before the year ends!

Have a very fruitful holiday season and a happy New Year!


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Nov 30, 2018

2018 Annual Report

Thank you to everyone who helped us start fundraising for our Brazil 2019 project! We are off to a great start and hope that you all know how much your support means to not only us at the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, but to our partners Olho D’Água, and to the hundreds of families and school children who will be benefiting from these fruit trees.

2019 will be our 10-year anniversary working in the community of Mococa, and to celebrate we are focusing our fundraising efforts this holiday season here. Every donation makes a big difference and shows us that you belive in the power of fruit trees to bring hope, health, and happiness to Brazillian families

Attached in our 2018 Annual Report, which highlights our program totals as well as the fact that for the eighth year in a row, 90 cents of every dollar was spent on our life-sustaining tree-planting programs! Please take a look, and consider contributing again towards Reforesting Brazil with Fruit Trees!


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Sep 10, 2018

Let the planting begin! Big Island Projects 2018

Ulu (Breadfruit)
Ulu (Breadfruit)

Aloha friends,

The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is excited to announce our 2018 Island of Hawai'i orchard donations happening throughout the month of September!

We have an amazing lineup of recipeients including several schools, a farmers market, the Univerity of Hawaii at Hilo, a food sovreignty group, and a Native Hawaiian cultural center. FTPF staff have been busy visiting our partners here on the island, travelling from Kona to the Kohala coast and down into lower Puna to plan the orchards and select trees that will create bounitiful food forests. We will be planting a beautiful variety of trees specifically adapted for Hawai'i Island's unique climates, including ulu (breadfruit), avocado, mango, lychee, mountain apple, cacao, rambutan, carambola (starfruit), many types of citrus, jaboticaba, cinnamon, clove, and many, many more!

If you are on the islands and would like to join us at one of the planting events, please email our Programs Manager at lizzy@ftpf.org for dates/times. We'd love to have our generous supporters help plant the fruit trees they helped bring to fruition!

Mahalo nui loa (thank you very much)

 
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