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One day a year we shift our mindset, from making money to something entirely different. We strap on the bags and plant for Pemba, giving what we can — a bag up, a half-day, or the whole thing — and we feel good about it.
Community Forests International exists today because of tree planters. Plant 4 Pemba is our largest and most important Fundraiser. It’s a major part of how we fund our work and the lifeblood that’s allowed our projects to thrive. Planter donations have helped keep the resources flowing to communities since day one, enabling us to grow with communities — building trust, resilience, and transformative change alongside over 50,000 people in rural Tanzania.
We are diverse. We are creative. We are hardworking. We use these talents to help people and the planet. We know that the world is messed up, but are not willing to give up on it. We will contribute to fighting climate change, poverty, and environmental destruction — together we are actively growing the positive solutions and approaches that can do this. We are alchemists that transform hard work into something meaningful. We know caring isn’t stupid. It’s our superpower!
Join an existing fundraiser in one of the 14 camps that are participating this year. There is a good chance that if you’re planting this season with our friends at Brinkman Reforestation in Ontario, Alberta or the Interior of BC that you’ll have a chance to participate. If your a project manager or planting company interested in learning more please get in touch.
We all live on a beautiful island – Earth. Climate change is now pushing many communities on this planet to radically transform the way they live and work. The lessons we are learning today from communities like Kokota, Pemba and others, are invaluable as we all strive to adapt – not just to climate change, but to life on Earth.