Trees for Cities

We plant urban trees and create green community spaces to improve lives.

General

  • Charity number:

    1032154
  • Registered charity name:

    trees for cities
  • Last updated:

    11 July 2019
  • Registration location:

    SE11 4AS Map
  • Size (annual income):

    £2.12m
  • Category:

    • education/training
    • the advancement of health or saving of lives
    • environment/conservation/heritage
    • economic/community development/employment
  • Causes:

    • Mental health
    • Social inclusion
    • Local environment
    • Forests
    • Conservation
    • Gardens, parks, nature centres
    • Environmental research & innovation
  • Volunteers:

    4,713
  • Employees:

    28
  • Membership 
organisation:

    No
  • Charity shops:

    0
  • Trustees:

    7
  • Umbrella organisation:

    No
  • Offers group volunteering:

    No
  • Registered as charity:

    1994
  • Mission

    We are the only charity working across the UK and internationally to create greener cities. Since 1993, we’ve engaged 80,000 people to plant 770,000 urban trees in parks, streets, schools and housing estates. We strengthen communities through volunteering. Help us plant 1 million trees by 2020!
  • Brief history

    Trees for Cities started life in 1993, when a group of 4 young Londoners recognised the need for more trees in the city. They raised money, and planted our first trees in Westminster and Islington. Since then we’ve started delivering projects across the UK and internationally.

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