Sponsor a tree


The national street tree sponsorship scheme

Sponsor a street tree

Get involved, whoever you are

For residents

Want to plant a tree in your street or your neighbourhood? We can help you find a scheme local to you.
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For councils

Find out how easy it is to host a street tree sponsorship scheme on our platform. Sponsorship can help you plant many more trees.
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For funders

Want to get involved in a scheme that aims to deliver a step change in street tree planting? We can target your funds at high priority locations.
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let's fill our streets with trees

Case studies

Hannah's story

“It’s given us a sense of ownership of the street we live on. By planting a tree, we were saying we want to be here for a long time, and we want to positively impact the street.”
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It’s our mission to fill our streets with trees. We aim to support the planting of ¼ million trees over the next ten years.

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who's behind this?

This is a not-for-profit enterprise, set up by the charity, Trees for Cities, and the civic innovator, Start with Local. It’s supported by the Mayor of London and funded by the City Bridge Trust.

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Every £1 spent on trees saves the UK £7 in healthcare, energy and environmental costs.

Tree stories

Discover the power of urban street trees to transform communities.
The Power of Sponsoring a Street Tree
How improving your local environment creates a net good for your whole city.
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8 Amazing Benefits from Street Trees
A whistle-stop tour of the myriad benefits of the humble street tree.
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Street Tree Resources
Our resources page contains a curated list of links to relevant organisations, reports, research, articles, and books.
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Read more of our Tree Stories

Our partners

We’re grateful for the vital support of these organisations.

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