Looking to get your team, fans or organization as a whole involved in making a positive environmental impact? Planting trees is an awesome way for your team to give back and connect with nature.
By being flexible and understanding your needs, we'll find the right way for you to make a difference.
Check out how these awesome organizations are making an impact in their communities and around the world.
We can tailor our offerings to fit your team's needs, no matter what they may be.
One Tree Planted engaged fans with an activation at pre-game tailgate party, and made a lasting impact with tree planting at Gillette Stadium.
The Kraft family, Patriots, NE Revolution, and Patriot Place commemorated the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a memorial garden outside of Gillette Stadium.Learn MoreView Tweet
For every goal Juventus scores, the team plants 100 trees in projects across the world.
The action of each goal won’t just end on the pitch, as the club makes a new commitment to the environment, to make the world a better place. An ambitious and precious project, which scored over 45,000 trees in the last two seasons.Learn More
The San Jose Sharks hav taken on sustainability in a fun way! 100 trees were planted for each broken stick by the Sharks in 2021-22 for a total of 15,125 trees.
The San Jose Sharks also held a tree planting event in April 2022 to engage their staff and community by getting their hands in the dirt!Learn MoreView Tweet
Building on the success of Major League Soccer's 2021 campaign that planted 27,000 trees in projects across North America, the league planted an additional 28,000 trees in the US and Canada in 2022 - 1,000 trees for each of Major League Soccer's 28 teams.Learn More
For the second year in a row, Euroleague Basketball is teaming up with its fanbase and partners to plant trees in the Amazon Rainforest in celebration of Earth Month!View Tweet
The Brewers™ participated in a fruit tree planting event at Victory Gardens Urban Farm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Brent Suter, Devin Williams, first-base coach Quintin Berry, and Washington Nationals™ player Nelson Cruz Jr. were among some of the players to join in to plant trees!Learn More
The US Tennis Association planted a tree in post-wildfire restoration projects in California for each athlete who participated in the 2021 and 2022 editions of the US Open.Learn More
For the 122nd US Open held at The Country Club in Brookline, MA in June 2022, the United States Golf Association committed to planting a total of 122 new trees in Brookline, MA.Learn More
Major League Baseball planted 5,000 trees in a California post-wildfire restoration project for the home runs hit in the 2022 MLB Home Run Derby.Learn More
Encourage fans to join their favourite players or teams in their reforestation efforts with a custom branded fundraiser page.
Connect sports staff volunteers and fans to the overall cause by getting their hands in the dirt with their favorite players or teams.
Elevate fans to participate in campaigns lead by their favorite teams or athletes through social media posts with your choice of hashtag.
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